Fitur BlackBerry Messenger begitu populer dan menjadi salah satu magnet kuat yang menarik minat konsumen untuk memilih smartphone dan layanan dari Research In Motion, Kanada, itu. Bahkan, dalam perkembangannya, model interaksi yang saat ini hanya bisa dilakukan antarpengguna BlackBerry lewat BlackBerry Messenger itu tidak akan eksklusif lagi. Read the rest of this entry »
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Ya, siapa yang tidak tau Blackberry? Smartphone yang kini sudah menjadi trend mengeluarkan beberapa varian baru, berikut ulasannya: Read the rest of this entry »
At Research In Motion’s annual BlackBerry Developer Conference, CEO Mike Lazaridis announced the company’s new tablet — the PlayBook. The tablet will utilize an OS created by the recently acquiredQNX (just as we’d heard previous to the announcement) called the BlackBerry Tablet OS which will offer full OpenGL and POSIX support alongside web standards such as HTML5 (which is all tied into RIM’s newWebWorks SDK). Lazaridis was joined on stage by the company’s founder, Dan Dodge, who said that “QNX is going to enable things that you have never seen before,” and added that the PlayBook would be “an incredible gaming platform for publishers and the players.” RIM also touted the PlayBook’s ability to handle Flash content via Flash 10.1, as well as Adobe AIR apps. The new slate — which Lazaridis described as “the first professional tablet” — will sport a 7-inch, 1024 x 600, capacitive multitouch display, a Cortex A9-based, dual-core 1GHz CPU (the company calls it the “fastest tablet ever”), 1GB of RAM, and a 3 megapixel front-facing camera along with a 5 megapixel rear lens (and yes, there will be video conferencing). There was no mention of onboard storage capacity during the keynote, though the devices we just spied in our eyes-on post are labeled 16GB and 32GB on their back panels. The PlayBook will be capable of 1080p HD video, and comes equipped with an HDMI port as well as a microUSB jack, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, and Bluetooth 2.1. The device clocks in at a svelte 5.1- by 7.6-inches, is only 0.4-inches thick, and weighs just 400g (or about 0.9 pounds). Read the rest of this entry »
A pair of Apple’s competitors in the smartphone market haven’t forgotten that not all Mac users use the iPhone as their mobile phone, as both Research in Motion and Microsoft this week pushed out updates to their Mac OS X software that allows users of the companies’ smartphones to sync to their Macs.
Research in Motion on Wednesday announced the release of BlackBerry Desktop Software 2.0 for Mac OS X, bringing support for several new features, the most substantial of which is Wi-Fi syncing. The feature allows users to wirelessly sync music between their BlackBerry and their Mac when connected to the same Wi-Fi network, a feature many iPhone users have been hoping to see added to iTunes. Read the rest of this entry »