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BlueBerry clone surfaces

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2009

BlueBerry clone surfacesThey say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. The Blackberry must be feeling very flattered right now. After all, BlackBerries are everywhere, and even President Elect Obama is addicted to using it.

Meet the latest and I believe first BlackBerry clone, so creatively named the BlueBerry L900i. This quadband GSM handset looks just like a BlackBerry from a distance, featuring a QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth connectivity, a digital camera and leather backing. It’s only $164.99 so don’t expect it to function like the real thing.

BlackBerry Curve from T-Mobile on February 11th

Posted in BlackBerry,Curve by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2009

BlackBerry Curve from T-Mobile on February 11thYou’ll want to mark February 11 on your calendar, because I know you’ve been waiting. That’s when T-Mobile will launch the BlackBerry Curve 8900. It comes one week earlier than what we initially thought. Just what is “High Speed Internet”? Probably code for T-Mobile’s crappy new “Web2Go” WAP service.

Then again, it may be referring to the integrated Wi-Fi connectivity found in the Curve 8900. No HotSpot@Home? Specs include: High Speed Internet (wifi??), Personal and Work E-mail, 3.2 Megapixel Camera with Auto-Focus and Video, Address Book, Alarm Clock, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, Calculator, Calendar, EDGE High-Speed Data, Sync with Microsoft Outlook, GPRS, Games and a whole lot more.

World Of Warcraft theme on BlackBerry

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on January 1st, 2009

World Of Warcraft theme on BlackBerryWorld of Warcraft has a huge fanbase. The kinds of fans that are actually into tech as well. So it makes sense to have a World of Warcraft Today theme for the BlackBerry Curve. WoW fans can now get in-game graphics and icons on their communications devices, and probably helpful reminders about any guild raids they may have planned.

Just when you thought you could get a gamer out of the WoW universe for a few minutes, something like this comes along and pulls them back in. Sure, it’s not like you get to play on your iPhone, but the theme certainly gives BlackBerry that in game feel. Horde and Alliance themes can’t be far behind.

G1 and BlackBerry Bold get the Colorware treatment

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2008

G1 and BlackBerry Bold get the Colorware treatmentIf a gadget has sufficiently proven itself and done well in school, won our hearts and minds, it will eventually be rewarded with the chance to get itself the Colorware treatment. That time has come for the G1 and the Bold, and we are very proud, despite not being their parents.

It will cost you $150 to dress up your current T-Mobile handset in technicolor, or the company will ship you a brand new one $725. The BlackBerry Bold will cost $139 and $674 for the makeover. The price is steep sure, but with rave colors like this, you can’t afford not to have your handset match your pacifier and fancy light-sticks.

BlackBerry Storm from Verizon: $199 on Nov 21

Posted in BlackBerry by Darrin Olson on November 13th, 2008

BlackBerry Storm being released by Verizon on Nov 21 fro $199Verizon has now officially announced that RIM’s BlackBerry Storm 9530 will be available from Verizon wireless starting November 21. This smartphone is sure to be a hit as it’s BlackBerry’s first touchscreen (SurePress), and iPhone-competing device. It’s also the first device from Verizon set for Global 3G use.

The BlackBerry Storm is going for $199.99 with a two year contract and after a $50 mail-in rebate and will come bundled with an external 8GB microSD card to make sure you can save all that media you’ll be downloading from the high speed connection.

T-Mobile Germany launches BlackBerry 8900

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on November 12th, 2008

T-Mobile Germany launches BlackBerry 8900Everybody always gets the goods before we do. T-Mobile Germany released the BlackBerry 8900 today, which offers improved performance over the original BlackBerry Pearl. This new Curve model has some of the following features: 480 x 360 resolution display, Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS navigation, 3.2 megapixel camera and DivX and XviD support. The most prominent feature is the new trackball, which should be tighter and cleaner than those used since the launch of the original BlackBerry Pearl. It will cost you(If you’re German) 4.95 Euros with a two-year contract. Otherwise it will cost you 359.90 Euros.

BlackBerry Storm gets official

Posted in BlackBerry by Shane McGlaun on October 8th, 2008

BlackBerry StormIt’s nearly impossible to keep new products from being leaked today for most manufacturers. BlackBerry is no exception. For a week or more now reports and details of the BlackBerry Storm have been popping up online touting the next potential iPhone challenger.

Today BlackBerry made the Storm official and announced that the exclusive U.S. carrier will be Verizon and the UK carrier will be Vodafone. The handset is designed to run on Verizon’s 3G network in the States. The Storm forgoes the familiar QWERTY keyboard most BlackBerry devices use in favor of an iPhone-like touchscreen.

Blackberry Bold delayed in the US

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2008

Blackberry Bold delayed in the USYou’ll have to wait just a little bit longer for the Blackberry Bold. It’s release has been delayed on both Rogers and AT&T. AT&T’s delay is much longer since Roger’s was pushed from July 25 to July 29 (tomorrow). AT&T subscribers on the other hand will have to wait until the middle of next month. The handset will hit retail stores around September 1. Meanwhile, Telstra in Australia announced that the Bold will make its debut there at the end of September.

BlackBerry Thunder: First live pics

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2008

BlackBerry Thunder: First live pics
Tired of all the iPhone news? The good folks over at CrackBerry have gotten their hands on the first live pictures of the Thunder. Yes it looks pretty damn sexy.

The photo above shows off the often discussed “tactile” keyboard. Just hold the phone in landscape mode and you can use a full-qwerty keypad. Portrait mode will let you enter data on a SureType keyboard. You can change the orientation at anytime.

BlackBerry Thunder touchscreen live shot

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2008

BlackBerry Thunder touchscreen live shot
This might make you stop and think if you’re after a 3G iPhone. Here’s a live shot of the upcoming BlackBerry Thunder, sporting a touchscreen. Not a ton of info from the image, but it sure has a ton of buttons, some of which include send, end, back, menu, dual convenience keys, volume, lock, etc. It’s coming to Verizon and they should do quite well. The war to decide who gets your money is on.

RIM gives the Blackberry Bold an official launch

Posted in BlackBerry by Darrin Olson on May 12th, 2008

Blackberry Bold from Research In MotionHere it is. RIM has finally taken the wraps off the Blackberry 9000 we’ve been hearing rumors about and officially launched the Blackberry Bold. Reportedly the latest smartphone from Research In Motion gets the “Bold” name from the exceptionally crisp and bright display that comes with it.

That display comes as a 480×320 pixel, 65,000 color VGA screen that according to Crave is better than anything else they have ever seen. The other most notable feature is the wireless connection options available on this guy. It’s a GSM 850/900/1800/1900 phone and has HSDPA/UMTS (850/1900/2100) support which has never before been available on a Blackberry, and apparently they’ve done it right without sacrificing battery life in the process. Let’s also not forget that the Blackberry Bold is also connected via Wi-Fi (a/b/g), Bluetooth 2.0 and GPS.

Blackberry Curve made it to Verizon

Posted in BlackBerry by Darrin Olson on May 6th, 2008

Blackberry Curve available at Verizon WirelessVerizon told us they would be getting the Blackberry Curve some time in May and they’ve come through on their promise. It’s now only a week into May and Verizon is already showing the Curve available on their site, priced at $219.99 with a two year contract and $100 online discount. This model doesn’t have the Wi-Fi or the pale gold color like we’ve seen at T-Mobile, but also comes a little bit cheaper.

Blackberry Kickstart launching on T-Mobile

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on May 2nd, 2008

Blackberry Kickstart launching on T-Mobile
Boy Genius has some more pics and specs for RIM’s first Blackberry clamshell, the Kickstart. It’s launching on T-Mobile, and now we find out that it’s actually better looking then it originally appeared.

It also will probably come in the full rainbow of colors. There’s another little detail about some sort of glow surrounding the screen. It’s definitely a consumer phone, with pretty average specs, and lacking 3G. It’s does have Wi-Fi, a 2MP cam, internal LCD is 320×240, external is 160×128, and it’s running the 4.6 OS. BGR’s thinking a September release date.

“Kickstart”: First BlackBerry clamshell phone

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2008

“Kickstart”: First BlackBerry clamshell phone
You’re looking at the BlackBerry clamshell, dubbed the Kickstart. The Boy Genius has shared a handful of photos of the device and I know you can’t stop starring. BGR insists this isn’t fake. The phone has a Pearl-type keyboard, trackball navigation, and seems to have both an internal and external LCD screen. Nothing on specs, carrier, release date and all that jazz, but according to BGR it’s due before year’s end. We’ll keep you updated.

Verizon Wireless throws subscribers a Curve

Posted in BlackBerry by Shane McGlaun on March 31st, 2008

Verizon Wireless BlackBerry CurveSmartphones are quickly growing in popularity as people become more accustomed to the idea of doing things on a phone other than simply making phone calls. Phone users today want email, web surfing, GPS navigation and more in their devices.

Verizon announced today that it is getting its very own BlackBerry Curve in May. The Verizon Curve will be in a liquid silver color with chrome accents. The curve will also be compatible with Verizon’s EV-DO service and VZ Navigator.