Okay so I’ll be the first one to say that I didn’t really like the style from the get-go, but in the way of a reviewer I wasn’t going to let that affect how I viewed the newest BlackBerry flip device we’ve come to know as the Style. Justin has already taken his view of the Style so I’m just going to touch on a few key features that I feel are worth mentioning. Hit up the break to see what I thought of the BlackBerry Style 9670.
11:30 am on Feb 4, 2011 |
Xobni Super Address Book for BlackBerry is an application that takes the place of the native BlackBerry contacts list. Xobni bills itself as the “Super Address Book,” and it more than meets this claim. Xobni ranks your contacts based on how often and what type of communication you use with them. Read on past the break for a full review of Xobni and its amazing features.
Rdio is a streaming music service for BlackBerry. The application has some great features and gives you access to a huge catalog of millions of songs for streaming to your BlackBerry,Computer, Android, and iOS devices. Rdio allows you to synchronize your music library with your BlackBerry so you can listen to full songs, even when your BlackBerry is offline. I have used Rdio for the past few weeks and I have a full review of the BlackBerry app after the break.
The search continues on TheBerryFix.com for the best Bluetooth headset, with more and more headsets making their way onto the market which one will be the best? We’re trying to answer that question and today I am going to take a look at the all new BlackBerry HS-300, which is the little brother to the HS-700. To get the full review of the latest headset from RIM hit up the break.
The BlackBerry Bold series has been the flagship of the BlackBerry family for quite some time. From the Bold 9000 to the 9700, every BlackBerry in the Bold series has been top-notch. And the Bold 9780 is no exception. Out of the box, the 9780 looks nearly identical to the 9700. The only difference is the black bezel on the 9780 versus the chrome on the 9700. My full review of the Bold 9780 from T-Mobile is featured after the break.
1:05 pm on Jan 11, 2011 |
Picking a good Bluetooth headset isn’t really an easy task, from $29 to $149 finding which one works for you is a hard task to accomplish. So in our mission to review every Bluetooth headset on the market we have come across the BlackBerry HS-300, a small lightweight feature packed Bluetooth headset. The HS-300 is the younger sibling to the HS-700, offering up to 15 hrs talk time, noise reduction and voice guidance the HS-300 features set it self aside from other entry level headsets. Take a look at the unboxing of the all new BlackBerry HS0300 Bluetooth headset, and keep and eye out for my full review which will be coming in the next few weeks.
So here we are almost exactly a year after the Bold 9700 launched on networks around the world and already we have the next device to the family. But after a year can much change? Is an upgrade really needed? Should I toss my money at this BlackBerry? These are all questions that I’m going to try an answer in my full BlackBerry Bold 9780 review. Hit up the break to read the full review.
With the release of the BlackBerry Style 9670 RIM made a statement that they want to take BlackBerry to places that it has not been before. The BlackBerry Style 9670 is many things that BlackBerry has never been before. A full-QWERTY keypad inside a clamshell style case. A screen nearly as big as a Torch, but in a form that, when closed, is smaller than a Curve. A dual-screen feature that allows you to view your incoming messages with the phone closed or open. RIM took a big risk with the Style 9670 and in my opinion, it was a well calculated risk that is going to pay dividends in the future of BlackBerry. My full review of the Style 9670 is featured after the break.
11:15 am on Nov 17, 2010 |
I had a nice surprise waiting on my doorstep this afternoon. Sprint sent over a new BlackBerry Style 9670 for me to review! Today i’m bring you the unboxing video of this beautiful new device, along with my initial impressions. Check out the video above and some of my first impressions of the Style 9670 after the break.
The Newsy.com Video News app for BlackBerry made its debut last week. I have been testing the app since launch and have been very pleased with the app and its functionality. Today i’m bringing you a full review of Newsy for BlackBerry. The application uses multiple news outlets to obtain the latest breaking news and then delivers it to you in a fast and smooth package. The news is delivered in video clips featuring the Newsy.com news team and last 1-3 minutes on average. The full review of the Newsy.com BlackBerry app is featured after the break.
DriveSafe.ly 2.0 just debuted last week and I have since been using a Pro copy of the updated BlackBerry app. DriveSafe.ly is a program that reads your incoming messages out loud and then gives you the opportunity to respond to them using only your voice. The app works just as advertised and has been a big help for me while driving. Many cities are establishing bans on texting while driving and DriveSafe.ly is the perfect app to help you avoid that dangerous practice. My full review of DriveSafe.ly is featured after the break.
I got the Curve 3G in from Verizon last week and I have been playing with it quite a bit. My initial impression is that it is a solid device that runs very smoothly. The keyboard is great and the new rubber back feels great when using the device. Overall I am loving the Curve 3G. Now I know y’all are wanting more than that on this new CDMA Curve, so hit the break for the full review of the Curve 3G from Verizon.
11:57 am on Sep 16, 2010 |
I got up this morning and had a brand new Curve 3G from Verizon waiting for me on my doorstep. The team over at Verizon PR sent us a Curve 3G in time to unbox it and begin reviewing it for launch day. The Curve 3G goes on sale today from Verizon, check out that information here. The unboxing is featured here and i’ll be posting a full review sometime in the next few weeks.
The team over at Jabra sent us both the Jabra Cruiser and Jabra Stone Bluetooth devices for BlackBerry. We previously reviewed the Jabra Cruiser and last week we featured the unboxing of the Jabra Stone. The Jabra Stone is a great looking Bluetooth headset that features an extremely innovative charging solution. I have used the Stone for just over a month and today I am featuring my full review of the Stone after the break.
7:31 pm on Aug 18, 2010 |
The guys over at Jabra sent us both the Crusier in-car Bluetooth Speakerphone and the Jabra Stone Bluetooth headset. Last week we featured the review of the Jabra Cruiser and this week we will be bringing you the review of the Stone in-ear Bluetooth headset. To start off we are featuring the unboxing video of the Jabra Stone and the review will be featured later this week. Check out the Unboxing of the Jabra Stone after the break.