Tech Juice this Thursday morning brings you Google Nexus Tablet news. We also ask that you help us figure out if Blackberry is at the end of its days and a medical breakthrough in successful larynx transplants. TigerDirect’s Deal of the Day is absolutely WONDERFUL! TigerDirect Deal of the Day: bit.ly
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Tired of taking the wrong turns and ending up in the wrong place?
With the innovative technology of the Garmin Mobile for Blackberry with GPS 10x Bluetooth Wireless Receiver, you can now turn your Blackberry into a legitimate global positioning system device. Access accurate and exact directions with this modern tracker, anytime and anywhere.
The Blackberry 8820 Unlocked GSM Smartphone should be on everybody’s wish list.
This nifty gadget is equipped with a built-in GPS navigation tool, a QWERTY Keyboard, Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth capability for hands-free dialogue via headsets and car kits. It also doubles as a media player, and has a voice dialing feature.
BlackBerry is currently one of the industry leaders in the wireless communications world. They offer mobile users terrific access to email, phone, instant messaging, web, SMS and MMS messaging , schedules and more. New to the 8800 line of its continious innovation is the Blackberry 8820 Unlocked GSM Smartphone.
The BlackBerry 8820 smartphone is packed with great features for the savvy professional today. It is a quad-band GSM phone that uses EDGE technology. EDGE, or Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution, is a radio signalling technology for 3G mobile networks. EDGE works by improving the signalling interface used to communicate over the radio waves, boosting data transfer rates and volumes on existing GSM/GPRS networks and therefore significantly increasing data transfer speeds.
Wasn’t it just last year that RIM (Research In Motion), BlackBerry’s maker, suffered a technical failure that brought the system down for more than ten hours? Well, it happened again yesterday to about 4 million U.S. and Canadian customers, idling thumbs across North America for fewer hours, but with no less pain. In the end, it was a new software installation (an upgrade that was designed to accelerate e-mail processing) that was the culprit in the RIM systems.
Keeping your phone on you is something I’d estimate about 30% of us do – the remaining 70% haven’t yet become addicted to their cellphone. SMS, IMs and the proliferation of and Blackberry and related devices have made holding your phone nearly a necessity – at least in our own mind. But not everyone carries their cellular phone.
Some of those not carrying phones were stuck in an elevator at their worksite for two days. Leaving their phones in the car, they didn’t expect to be at the job for more than an hour. A sudden stop by the elevator – and no response by pushing the phone button – put their one hour job into overtime.
Cellphones are an intimate part of the human anatomy for many people during these ADD riddled times. While some may find their cellphone without power on the kitchen counter when they actually are leaving to go somewhere, many of us are actually attached to our phones for most hours of the day, save sleeping time.
I wake up to my cellular phone’s alarm clock – and not all by myself. The RIM BlackberryTM has become an integral part of many up-and-coming executives these days. Executives truly give themselves the leisure to set aside their Blackberry (if they have one) and the young and hungry, ADD symptom-laden, can’t remember mom’s birthday without a ping from Outlook – they are depending on these devices for their lives.
Research in Motion, (RIM) the design gurus behind the very popular BlackBerry phones, have partnered up with keyboard and hardware design company Eatoni Ergonomics Inc. to develop a slick new keyboard interface. The terms of the deal: Eatoni will grant RIM license(s) to use its technology. In return for such generous sharing, RIM has made […]