British Airways announced this week that it would initiate limited cell phone use on an upcoming route between London and New York City. Voice calls will not be permitted, but passengers will be allowed to send and receive text messages and e-mails.
In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie said buggy software is becoming the norm with new Smartphones sold in large quantities.
US President Barack Obama has won the battle to keep his beloved BlackBerry, becoming the first US president to have access to e-mail in the White House. President Obama was famously quoted as saying officials would have to “pry it out of my hands” when faced with having to give up the device he was [...]
Several months ago with the launch of the Nokia E71, Nokia announced it will no longer support BlackBerry Connect. This was due to an obvious conflict of interest as Nokia were launching their own Corporate Push Mail system with Microsoft and IBM, and for it to stand a chance BlackBerry had to go.
Some may remember a potential PDF vulnerability that had implications for BlackBerry Enterprise Server in July last year. It seems to have come around again in a slightly different guise, and RIM have released an interim patch to plug the hole.
The new BlackBerry 8900 Curve (originally known as “Javelin”) is the replacement device for the very popular BlackBerry 83xx series Curve. Starting with the design, the 8900 Curve has a chrome finish to supplement the very successful dark/black satin bezel which complements the new range of BlackBerry’s released during the past few months (most notably the [...]
A new virus for a wide range of Symbian OS-based smartphones was made public this week and has been dubbed the “SMS Curse of Silence” by Tobias Engel, who discovered and disclosed the virus. The exploit is effective against a wide range of Symbian S60 smartphones and will effectively prohibit victims from receiving SMS and [...]