Items tagged with Curve

If a leaked photo posted at BlackBerryOS is real, button-mashing BB lovers have cause for joy, as the device has the iconic full keyboard. According to the poster, the phone is a “Curve-like” R-series device that will run BlackBerry 10. There are specs no available for the leaked device, but you can see that it’s silver and rather small. The size indicates that this will be a midrange option in the BlackBerry 10 family, which will be good news for users who aren’t interested in splurging on the BlackBerry Z10--which looks to cost $1,000 off contract (or a couple hundred... Read more...
According to a leaked product lineup, it would appear that RIM is slimming down its product line up in order to focus resources on its next-generation BlackBerry devices that are expected in the second half of this year. Even so, we could still see two BlackBerry Curve smartphones as well as a slightly tweaked new PlayBook tablet in the next few months. The new Curve smartphones will likely be the BlackBerry Curve 9230 and the BlackBerry Curve 9320. The Curve 9230 will likely be an EDGE smartphone while the Curve 9320 is expected to be a HSPA device. The new PlayBook tablet is said to feature a... Read more...
Nuance recently announced a new Dragon for E-Mail dictation application for BlackBerry smartphones. As the latest addition to Nuance's Dragon Mobile Apps portfolio, Dragon for E-Mail uses Dragon NaturallySpeaking to dictate emails from within the BlackBerry email client. The app is available for free for a limited time for the following phones: AT&T Bold AT&T Bold 2 AT&T Curve Verizon Storm Verizon Storm 2 Verizon Tour T-Mobile Curve T-Mobile Bold2 Hello Nuance Users, Today we have more exciting news for the Nuance Community, as we launched the Dragon for E-Mail dictation application... Read more...
We're not exactly sure when it happened, but we're pretty confident that it happened. What's "it?" The fall of the BlackBerry. Remember just a year ago, it seemed like RIM had all the buzz it could handle. People were upgrading from normal phones to BlackBerry handsets en masse, and the touch screen Storm seemed poised to rival even Apple's iPhone. Of course, the Storm didn't exactly do as well as the company would have liked, and it seems that they've been losing steam ever since. In fact, when's the last time RIM upgrading the BlackBerry OS? We've seen Android hit 2.0, iPhone OS hit 3.0 and Windows... Read more...
Research In Motion's BlackBerry line has a long history of being the go-to smartphone for the business crowd. By and large, the BlackBerry hasn't changed much over the years, sticking to its vertical form factor, full QWERTY keypad and generally small screen. Those attributes, along with a few nice extras, are all present on the company's latest slice of fruit, the BlackBerry Curve 8520. The sleekest BlackBerry yet is destined to launch on T-Mobile USA, and while the specs list is decent, it's still being classified as a low-to-mid-range smartphone. It'll be available in two shades (black and frost)... Read more...
Do you remember when we told you about Newton Peripherals’ new MoGo Talk headset for laptops? When this new ultra-thin integrated Bluetooth headset was introduced, we told you the company was planning other, similar headsets for mobile phones. Now, the company is coming through with that promise and has unveiled the new MoGo Talk for the BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Javelin. The MoGo Talk for BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Javelin models will come with a replacement battery door that can store and charge the headset. As you’ll recall, the MoGo Talk headset uses a flexible, thin rubber eartip... Read more...
AUO is expected to unveil today a number of innovative display technologies, including what it claims are "the world's first Curved Display Technology on glass substrate," and "the world's thinnest Ultra Thin 1.9-inch TFT-LCD." AUO is one of over 550 vendors exhibiting their wares at the Society for Information Display's Display Week 2008 show in Los Angeles this week."The world’s first Curved Display is developed and produced by AUO with TFT-LCD process on glass substrate. The curved radius is 100mm, and therefore requires a special thinning technology. The specially designed curved backlight... Read more...