No kidding any BlackBerry is reliable. Many people complained about Storm recently saying that the phone is not ready yet and they had issues with screen and other parts of it, but to say the truth, I own one, and have had no problems with it so far (using it for 3 month…).
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Well, here I am sitting Vancouver Downtown, it’s 8:15 in the morning and I am preparing to start working. My 3 month old BlackBerry storm is on the table just in front of me and I realize that life without it would be hard. It’s not only about making calls every 20 minutes, it’s also about being able to check email anywhere you might be at the point of time when a new important email hits your inbox…
A month ago I went across one interesting application - iTokk Wireless. The guys have a web-based system where people can make calls using VoIP and their cellphones, but that’s not something that interested me, I was wondering more about how their application for BlackBerry works.
It’s a pretty interesting concept. You download the application, register [...]
I own a BlackBerry Storm, and as most of us know, its OS was kind of “green” when released. As a consequence the phone itself and applications on it are pretty slow and unresponsive. The newer OS version we install, the better the phone performs, but there are some ways to increase it’s performance even more by just changing its settings.
In this article I am going to focus on BlackBerry Browser. As most of the BlackBerry users are not seeking for “cheesy graphics” on the Internet, but mostly read news, weather and other text based content, the following configuration will speed up your browser by 70%.
Ok, so that’s how everything started. I was riding a SkyTrain in Vancouver, Canada looking at pedestrians and cars below. I was bored. Suddenly I realized that if BlackBerry supports text files, there must be a way to create and edit any type of file, say PHP, C#, or C…