Orange, O2 and Vodafone have all collaborated to develop a mobile broadcast system, capable of delivering data-intensive services. The new system means users will soon be able watch TV on their handsets. The multi-operator pilot, which will run for three months commencing in October 2010 in central London and Slough, will assess how mobile broadcast [...]
A service book contains information that specifies how your BlackBerry smartphone interacts with the BlackBerry® Infrastructure. It also turns on specific services for your BlackBerry smartphone. The selection of service books on your BlackBerry smartphone depends upon the features provided by your wireless service provider and the IT policies set up by your organisation. More
For information on how to use the browser on your BlackBerry smartphone, see the usability video. Depending on the service provider and integration option (BlackBerry Enterprise Server or BlackBerry Internet Service), more than one browser may appear on the BlackBerry smartphone.
To reset a BlackBerry smartphone to factory defaults, complete the following steps: Warning: Back up the data from the BlackBerry smartphone to a computer. For assistance with backing up data on the BlackBerry smartphone, see KB11625. On a 32 bit Windows® XP to Windows 7 operating system (OS), complete the following steps: Connect the BlackBerry [...]
The above Java® error message appears on the BlackBerry smartphone when the application loader tool is used to install or update the BlackBerry Device Software
Apple will launch iPhone 4, the thinnest smartphone in the world with the highest resolution display ever built into a phone on 24th June.
One of those great new KBs from RIM: Bluetooth® wireless technology is not enabled by default. To enable Bluetooth wireless technology Bluetooth can be enabled one of the following two ways: Using the Manage Connections application Using the Options menu More