App Update for BlackBerry: Facebook, Traffic and IM+

Let’s take a quick look at some of the cooler apps that are being updated for Research In Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry smartphone platform. I know there has to be one in the list that piques your interest. Here we go: Facebook v1.8.0.30 While it has since been pulled by RIM, Facebook v1.8.0.30 made a quick appearance in ...

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The iPhone 4 Might Make Movie Makers Out of All of Us

Remember how the iPhone 4 can shoot 720p HD video and has an optional app that lets you edit that same video right on your phone? This technology might spawn an entire culture and art movement of amateur (and maybe professional one day) filmmakers who see it as another medium to convey their messages. Don’t ...

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Android Facebook update anyone?

Recently in the news, Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg, stated on a tweet that he may move from his beloved iPhone to an Android powered device. Now I know this isn’t the biggest news in the world, but the assumption from there was that if he picks up an Android then maybe finally Android users will ...

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Doctors Choose iPhones over BlackBerrys in Large Numbers

Doctors love smartphones, in fact, they love them so much that depending on which poll you believe, between 72 and 94% of them have adopted one. That information comes from Spyglass Consulting Group and Manhattan Research, respectively. Wonder what else the market research companies have dug up? According to the people over at Spyglass, 44% ...

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Smartphones Are the Real Green Solution to Paper Waste

Now that even British Airways is letting customers bypass the usual hassle of airport check-ins via their BlackBerry smartphones, it is clear that the real green revolution is underway. This is not the same one being pushed by President Obama and his calls to reduce our ever growing consumption of energy (though it will definitely ...

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TrackWary Lets You Tap Blackberry’s Like a Ghost

TrackWary PRO, a new application released by MobileZenith, offers a unique set of features that could potentially turn any unsuspecting user’s BlackBerry into a 21st century version of a wiretap. The company’s press release claims that TrackWary will keep “employees, children and cheating spouses” from “doing as they please.”  Big brother just knocked. He wants you ...

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What Does HTML5 Mean for Apple’s App Store?

Apple’s iTunes-based App Store for its popular iOS powered devices might lose some wind out of its very powerful sails in the next couple of years according the Atlantic. The reason why? HTML5 is on the way and promises to implement many of the same features—on any supporting platform—that have rocketed the iPhone to popularity ...

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Reuters Galleries Available for BlackBerry, IM+ Gets an Update to v8.5

Reuters has just released an interesting application for the BlackBerry Bold 9700, 9000, and Storm/Storm 2 smartphones. Called Reuters Galleries, the app gives you instant access to the news company’s entire vast array of picture galleries on everything form the BP spill to the FIFA World Cup. The app is free and available at r.reuters.com/kun39k. ...

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New BlackBerry App Can Track Your Kids, Friends and Relatives—Sort of

Well Emacberry has rolled out the beta version of the new LittleBrother application and it promises some interesting features. By using the BlackBerry’s cell tower information (poor man’s GPS substitute) it automatically sends out emails or text messages to individuals on a list whenever a phone with the software enters or leaves user defined areas. ...

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