Archive for June, 2010

BlackBerry 9800 Slider headed for AT&T

June 25th, 2010

bb-slider-em The BlackBerry Slider is finally seen in its official final state, and is heading for AT&T. engadget has the photos of the AT&T branded Slider running OS 6 and they say it’s the final version. There is still no official word of a final name, Bold or Torch, but the Slider will soon be a reality on AT&T. engadget says,
"This particular phone is AT&T-branded, and it starts up with a carrier logo screen that proudly proclaims the 9800 a world phone — sure enough, the About screen shows support for WCDMA bands I, II, V, and VI, which means you’ll be able to use the phone for 3G service in Japan and most of Europe. "

Install a LEAKED BlackBerry OS – For Dummies

June 14th, 2010

10414 There are many reasons why users might install a leaked BlackBerry OS upgrade on their smartphones, for some it is the desperate need to fix a problem, performance improvements and other issues, while for some it is just a matter of numbers, always having the latest and newest device software on their BlackBerry smartphone. So while we publish news on leaked BlackBerry OS releases, we thought it would be a good idea to write a tutorial on "How to Install a LEAKED BlackBerry OS" for Dummies. A simple, clean and descriptive walk through the process of updating your BlackBerry device software.

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Official FML Application For BlackBerry Launched (Free)

June 7th, 2010

Blackberry The internet is a great source of entertainment. Whenever you find yourself bored, you can visit any one of the countless entertainment-oriented websites. These websites have different themes but they all aim to lighten your mood and to make you laugh.

FML is one website. Typing what that abbreviation stands for would make this article NSFW (not safe for work). The site itself is NSFW, but not because of anything graphic. The site includes people’s accounts of them in embarrassing or unwanted situations. The stories are very short, normally 1-2 lines each, and always amusing. Visitors can submit their own accounts and if it receives enough votes, the story shows up on the homepage of FML.

Since some stories are of a crude nature, it is best to access the site with caution when at work. But your safety precaution will not take you far if the computer network is monitored by the IT department. Especially if remote desktop sharing has been enabled, you could be in quite a bit of trouble. That is why FML has its own BlackBerry app.

Having a NSFW app on a phone meant for professionals is in itself very funny. The app contains all the site’s features. You can log in to your account, view other’s FML scenarios, and submit your own stories.

BlackBerry owners who are looking for a way to be able to smile or laugh anytime should definitely get the FML app for their smartphones. Click here to get the official FML app for BlackBerry.

Download FML For BlackBerry

Author: Tina Categories: Free Apps / Themes Tags: