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PCMobilzr controls your PC from your cell phone

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2008

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For those interested in using your cellphone to control your computer from a distance, the new mobile application, PCMobilzr, has just been unveiled by Rove Mobile Inc. It’s an application that lets you control your PC using your BlackBerry or Windows mobile phone only. It will display your desktop and control the keyboard and mouse, also give you remote access to every file and application on the computer.

While away from the office or on the road, if you find yourself wanting to know what’s in a file or document on your computer, you can access it easily. The application can be downloaded from the computer or the mobile. One downside is, that in order to access your computer using the PCMobilzr app, you need to subscribe for a monthly fee of $9.50 and have a username and password.

BlackBerry Curve Available May 31st, $199

Posted in AT&T,BlackBerry,Curve,News,RIM by Reuben Drake on May 30th, 2007

BlackBerry Curve available May 31 from At&THere’s another release that just made it within its announced time constraints, launching on the last of the month. RIM and AT&T have announced the official release of the BlackBerry Curve, available through AT&T starting tomorrow, May 31st for a price of $199 with a two year contract and a mail in rebate, of course.

The BlackBerry Curve is the latest, smallest and lightest BlackBerry smart phone with a full QWERTY keyboard that RIM has produced. In fact, AT&T (through a predecessor company) was the first carrier to introduce a BlackBerry wireless solution back in ’99 and is now the first with the Curve. The features available in this phone combined with the price is almost enough to make a guy want to switch carriers.

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BlackBerry Curve

Posted in BlackBerry,Curve,Smart Devices by Darrin Olson on May 3rd, 2007

Blackberry Curve Smartphone from RIMThe BlackBerry Curve (aka the 8300) is the latest model that’s been added to the BlackBerry lineup of handheld devices from Research In Motion (RIM). The claim to fame for this new model lies in the combinations. The BlackBerry Curve sports a smaller size combined with a full QWERTY keyboard, and also packs in blend of features to serve both work and play.

The BlackBerry Curve is the smallest and lightest BlackBerry yet that has a full QWERTY keyboard. At only .6 inches thick, 2.4 inches wide and 4.2 inches tall, the device is almost the same size as the BlackBerry Pearl aside from being just a little bit wider to accommodate the QWERTY keyboard. The Curve also outweighs the Pearl by .7 ounces with a total weight of 3.9 ounces. The BlackBerry Pearl is the smallest BlackBerry device that …

Blackberry and Palm Invite You To The Opera

Posted in BlackBerry,News,Palm,Smart Devices by Chetz on October 24th, 2006

Opera Mini for Palm BlackberryOpera Mini, which launched in February 2006, has recently released new version of its mobile browser for use on the Palm Treo and BlackBerry mobile devices, with the intention of offering a clean “…no-frills, instant gateway to the World Wide Web on today’s basic line of mobile phones,” according to Rolf Assev who is the Chief Commercial Officer of Opera Software.

Opera Mini is a smaller and more simplified version of the standard Opera browser,and is supposed to offer faster page rendering while using less memory, which in turn means less minutes of air time for the plan subscriber. The mobile version has nothing less than Google as the default page for search. The Opera Mini browser and the Opera 9, which was released in June 206, are available for free download at the Opera site.

Of course you must have an plan …