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Archive for February, 2010

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PocketGear Developer Area is Lacking

PocketGear Developer Area is Lacking

With all the hype going on these days surrounding the recent acquisition of Handango by PocketGear, I thought I would take a look at possibly putting some of our themes and games there to sell. Now don’t get me wrong, I love the service and support that having a MobiHand store provides, but as they […]

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Verizon giving BlackBerry Storm the boot?

Verizon giving BlackBerry Storm the boot?

According to an article on The Street, rumor has it Verizon will soon be parting ways with arguably the most controversial BlackBerry ever, the Storm.  The article states that orders for the Storm are either being cut or canceled altogether. It’s no secret that here at MobiMadness we aren’t exactly fans of the Storm.  (BlackBerry […]

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Track Your Employees via BlackBerry App

Track Your Employees via BlackBerry App

  Want to keep track of your BlackBerry carrying employees while they are out of the office?  Well now the folks at Brick House Security have the answer with a new application for the BlackBerry named Executrac.  According to their website, Executrac runs discreetly in the background and tracks the phone via its built in […]

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BlackBerry Bold 9700 has Highest Radiation Levels 2010

BlackBerry Bold 9700 has Highest Radiation Levels 2010

Last year we reported (BlackBerry #4 Highest Radiation Level) that the BlackBerry Curve was #4 on the list of phones with the highest radiation levels.   The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has reviewed the new phones out in 2010 and determined that a new BlackBerry, the Bold 9700, is now #1 on the list. (see […]

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New York Times Sudoku for BlackBerry

New York Times Sudoku for BlackBerry

I really like the game of Sudoku and of course having the officially licensed New York Times version is a plus.  As with most games on the BlackBerry this one was fairly easy to install.  There was only one question regarding trusted application status and I picked “no” as I see no reason for a […]

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Love is in the AIR for BlackBerry - Adobe Style

Love is in the AIR for BlackBerry – Adobe Style

Abode announced that they are bringing their AIR technology to mobile devices which will help developers easily build apps on multiple mobile platforms simultaneously. AIR is software that leverages Adobe’s Flash web browser technology and allows developers to use the same base code on multiple mobile phone platforms.  So a game made for BlackBerry will […]

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Government to Track our Cellphones without Warrant

Government to Track our Cellphones without Warrant

If the Justice Department has their way, they will be able to track your movements via your cell phone activity without any warrant or probable cause.  Do you think this is something from a bad movie, well think again, because the showdown is happening now in Philadelphia in a case between electronic-privacy groups and the […]

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BlackBerry Stops Bullet Saves Woman

BlackBerry Stops Bullet Saves Woman

OK so we knew that the BlackBerry was the center of the known universe, but now there’s another reason to carry it everywhere.  A 24 year old had his revolver in his coat pocket while putting down a few brews with friends and as he was putting his jacket back on, the handgun discharged shooting […]

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iPhone Sausage Fingers?

iPhone Sausage Fingers?

Ok folks this one really cracked me up.  Apparently it’s so cold in Korea that they use warmed sausages in place of their fingers, to use their iPhones.   Seriously, you couldn’t make something like this up. Something to be said for having a real keyboard, eh BlackBerry owners? [source: ClusterFlock]

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Verizon Wireless Shows California Some 3G Love

Verizon Wireless Shows California Some 3G Love

Verizon wireless announced today that they spent nearly $485 million on network improvements in California in 2009.  Now get this, that works out to $1.3 million per DAY! The total reported investment for infrastructure in California now totals nearly $5.7 billion. “Our customers are texting, e-mailing, downloading music, visiting Web sites and sharing pictures and […]

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iPhone SD Reader...$58, huh?

iPhone SD Reader…$58, huh?

That’s right BlackBerry owners, that handy SD card slot you have your extra memory in costs iPhone owners $58 and they have had to wait until now to even have the “privilege” of buying one. According to an article at 9to5Mac, a company named ZoomMedia has released a handy accessory (ZoomIT) for the iPhone that […]

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iPhone vs BlackBerry - Tortoise vs Hare?

iPhone vs BlackBerry – Tortoise vs Hare?

Recently there has been a lot of gloating regarding the fact that BlackBerry sales whooped the iPhone again in the 4th quarter of 2009. (CrackBerry)   Don’t get me wrong, I’m right there in line snubbing my nose at the iPhone fan boys.  But before we break our arms patting ourselves on the back, we […]

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Code Released for Making Spyware on BlackBerry

Code Released for Making Spyware on BlackBerry

According to an article over at NetworkWorld, spyware writer Tyler Shields with Veracode Research Lab, has released spyware source code (TXSBBspy) which is essentially a blueprint on how to develop spyware for the BlackBerry.  He calls the source code a blueprint for malware on the BlackBerry, showing how it’s possible to remotely dump all the […]

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Israel Defense Force Considering BlackBerry

Israel Defense Force Considering BlackBerry

According to a story in the Jerusalem Post, the Israel Defense Force (IDF) is considering using the BlackBerry Smartphones for official communications.  Of course the model the IDF chooses would be a super encrypted model similar to what President Obama uses and also would be constructed for military use, which means bulkier.  The IDF already […]

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RIM Embraces Google as Apple Snubs them

RIM Embraces Google as Apple Snubs them

According to leaked documents, the newest version of the BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) 3.0 will supposedly feature better synchronization with Google’s Gmail.  This is in stark contrast with the pissing match that Apple and Google are going through, which has lead to Apple threatening to replace Google with Bing on it’s popular iPhones. The upgrade […]

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