Another company following the tablet bandwagon, and this time it is Blackberry with their tablet running on OS 6. The Blackberry tablet will be powered by a 1 GHz Marvell processor, will run Flash, slide out keyboard and two cameras for video conferencing.
Eastman Kodak is suing Apple and RIM for patent infringements relating to the cameras used in iPhone and Blackberry.
Apparently both Apple and RIM has infringe on Kodak patents “covering technology for previewing photos.” The complaint was filed with the International Trade Commission and two suits in the US District Court for the Western District of New York.
Android and BlackBerry phones will get the Google Voice app on the device. Google is working on an iPhone app for Google Voice but it will depend on Apple to let it through into the App Store.
Google Voice features users access to voicemail; play back voicemail messages; read SMS messages sent to their Google Voice number even for phones without SMS-enabled; access call history and transcribes voicemails and reads numbers from the smartphone’s phonebook.
U2 has chosen RIM as a sponsor partner to their upcoming Live Nation U2 360 world tour and ditched Apple.
When U2 unleashed “Vertigo”, Bono and The Edge joined Steve Jobs on stage to unveil the latest generation iPods, including a very special U2-branded device. So why did U2 jump ship to RIM? Bono is a partner in venture firm Elevation Partners which owns 39% of Palm. U2 and Apple was such a beautiful thing, but maybe they are more magnificent with BlackBerry.
Obama can finally get to keep is beloved Blackberry and this will also make him the US president to use email. Only a small group of senior advisers as well as personal friends can reach Obama’s mobile device.
His Blackberry has enchanced security and his emails will be subject to the Presidential Records Act. That law requires the National Archives to preserve presidential records.
Barack Obama will take office in 65 days and something he dread the most is losing his BlackBerry. The RIM smartphone rarely stray far from his side, it was fastened to his belt. Due to email security and the Presidential Records Act, Barack Obama has to give up his BlackBerry when he takes office next year. As a tech savvy person, this is indeed very difficult to do. Can you part with your smartphone?
Obama go for an iPhone and use the phone to reply to your read only emails to keep in touch with the public.
T3 has been busy unboxing the RIM-issued Vodafone BlackBerry Storm. Go check out the unboxing process following the link below.
The Crackberry team has obtained marketing photos of the leaked Blackberry Jevelin. This is not a 3G phone with model number 8900 has these specs: 512 MHz Processor, 256 Mb memory, hot swappable microSD slot, 480 x 360 HVGA+ VGA display, 3.2 megapixel camera and micro USB port for charging and syncing.