The first few weeks of January 2011 brought forth a number of device leaks to the internet, which when combined provide relatively comprehensive insight into what we’ll see from Research In Motion this year both in terms of major product launches and device software updates. As you read through this roundup keep in mind that unofficial information can always change by the time it does get officially announced. To make sure you’re always up to date, you’ll want to keep it locked to and we’ll keep you up to date by email. Keep reading for RIM’s 2011 BlackBerry Roadmap!

New BlackBerry Smartphones Expected in 2011

It’s often said that past precedent is the best indicator of future performance and over the past couple of years the varying BlackBerry device form factors and product families have become well established. The Bold, Curve and Pearl families are now staples that span both GSM and CDMA carriers around the globe, and we’ve seen Torch, Storm and Style devices be used as carrier exclusives in the USA and also get rolled out internationally. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out RIM’s next product cycle will mainly involve upgrades within each of these existing product lines. Read the rest of this entry »


A simple and beautiful digital clock! The clock can be displayed all night long by keeping your backlight on. You can set the clock to show the time in 12 hour or 24 hour format.

**When you buy the application you get a registration code from BlackBerry® App World™ which you can use to register the application with. In case you lost or forgot the code you can get it at Register the application by starting it, press the BlackBerry® menu button and click the register menu item.** Read the rest of this entry »

Software For BlackBerry ® Torch ™ 9800 smartphone
BlackBerry Handheld Software v6.0.0.1907 (Multilanguage)

Package Version:
Consisting of:
Software Platform:
File name: 9800M_PBr6.0.0_rel1907_PL6.4.0.210_A6.0.0.448_3_UK. Exe
File size: 169.92MB

Download here

Let us know how good it is in the comments.


MEye Pro – $9.99 USD

Posted: February 10, 2011 in Applications
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MEyePro allows user monitor some district by BlackBerry smartphone with connecting to the DVR or IPCamera.

Buy it from the AppWorld for $9.99 USD

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The Intel Free Press is a tech news beta from Intel Corporation, covering technology and innovation 
stories that are often overlooked or warrant more context and deeper reporting. The news and 
information here is focused on people, technology, events and topics relevant to Intel and the 
computing industry. Read the rest of this entry »

worlds biggest hdtv cowboys stadium iPad to Be Official PlayBook of the Dallas Cowboys?

While doing my daily DallasNews reading on the Cowboys, I came across an article titled Dallas Cowboys considering turning in their playbooks for iPads. Before opening the link I thought, can someone please tell Jerry Jones that a BlackBerry “PlayBook” is set to launch soon?

The team is considering abandoning textbook like playbooks in turn for Apple iPads. Pete Walsh, head of technology for the Cowboys briefed with CNET on the digital revolution. DNews has obtained this piece.

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BerryWeather, a top-rated weather application for BlackBerry devices is available for only $4.99 today (regular price – $9.99), half off its regular price. BerryWeather will keep you updated on the current weather and with the latest update, you can add custom weather icons to make it more personalized to suit your tastes.


  • Our weather provider: Weather Underground
  • Current conditions including “Feels like” temperature, wind, pressure, dew point, humidity.
  • 7-day forecast with high/low temperature and precipitation probability
  • 24-hour forecast with temperature, precipitation probability, wind and humidity
  • Track your location via GPS/cell
  • Instant weather advisory notifications via push technology (US only)
  • Built-in animated radar maps (US only) Read the rest of this entry »