New Cases From Speck Coming Soon - Enter to Win One Free!

New Cases From Speck Coming Soon - Enter to Win One Free!

Since checking out the Speck booth while down it Vegas a couple weeks ago (which was a favorite for most of the CrackBerry attendees) I have been on their site taking a look at some of their new cases being offered for BlackBerry. Adam dropped a quick announcement of their upcoming products, and I have to say they have some pretty sweet new stuff coming this year, most of which I had the...

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Contest Winners: Thumbplay, PrivacyStar, Express Unlock Code, BeNexus & Epik Cases

Load of good stuff to toss out to the CrackBerry Nation this past week. Some cool applications with a few unlock codes and cases to top it off. More fun on the way this week, and thanks as always to everyone that entered, and congrats to all the winners. If you'd like to run a contest of your own, drop a line to editorial(at)crackberry.com and we'll get it set up. Hit the jump for the list of...

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Tvider- Allows You To Tweet Your Pics, Video And Audio

Tvider- Allows You To Tweet Your Pics, Video And Audio

A rather interesting app for Twitter showed up this morning. Tvider, the newest addition to the many new Twitter apps that have been popping up brings a new Twist to your tweets. Rather then being a full blown Twitter client, it's purpose is to assist you in getting your pictures, audio and videos onto Twitter easily from your device or even your desktop, if you should decide to use that...

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Review: amAze GPS for BlackBerry Smartphones

Review: amAze GPS for BlackBerry Smartphones

Getting lost – some call it an adventure, others call it an annoyance. There’s even some who call it something that, due to the presence of younger readers, I’m not allowed to repeat. Whatever the case may be, you eventually (and obviously) want to reach your destination, right? I can think of quite a few times where I’ve been ill-prepared before I venture out to a friend’s new place, an...

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Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8530 Review

Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8530 Review

[ youtube video link for mobile viewing ] The new Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8530, or Curve2 as it has been referred to, launched on the Sprint Network last month. A solid month after the Verizon Curve 8530 launch. There was not much hype with the launch, and numerous people I have talked to weren't too excited about it either. They have the Tour, and don't see why they should be excited about...

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BlackBerry Theme Roundup for January 25th 2010

BlackBerry Theme Roundup for January 25th 2010

Contest: 50 Copies of Eden to be won. Leave a comment! Well folks it's that time again and we have received some great tips this week for some awesome themes to present to you in our weekly roundup. We are always trying to bring you the best of the best, so click the jump, read it over, and be sure to leave your comments after the post! It always helps to send those suggestions on to us at...

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Google Reader iPhone WebApp Works for BlackBerry Smartphones ... Sort Of

Google Reader iPhone WebApp Works for BlackBerry Smartphones ... Sort Of

Its no secret that I'm a huge Google Reader fan, and one of my most wanted apps is Google Reader for BlackBerry. There are many RSS alternatives, but I'm all for an official Google app that syncs feeds and does things only Google can do. Ronen at BerryReview keyed me in to the Google Reader WebApp that is designed to work for Android and iPhones, and it seems to work fairly well on BlackBerry...

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More Rumored BIS 3.0 Additions Come To Light

More Rumored BIS 3.0 Additions Come To Light

It wasn't that long ago we heard rumors of BIS 3.0 and 3.1 coming our way soon and bringing with it, a bunch of highly anticipated changes. This time around, we're hearing from BBLeaks that there are a few more additions we can expect as well.  Support For OpenOffice Documents - Presentations, Text documents and spreadsheets Support for WMA (Windows Media Audio) Support for OpenOffice is...

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Contest: Global Unlock Codes - 50 Free Codes for T-Mobile, AT&T and Rogers

Contest: Global Unlock Codes - 50 Free Codes for T-Mobile, AT&T and Rogers

Global Unlock Codes is giving away 50 free unlock codes to the CrackBerry Community. The codes will be vaild for T-Mobile, AT&T and Rogers devices only. The services sell regularly for just $1.99, but now is your chance to grab one free. If you're in a rush you can check out all of Global Unlock Codes BlackBerry services where you can purchase a code for any Verizon, Rogers, AT&T or T-...

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Best Buy Letting BlackBerry Tour 9630 Stock Deplete?

Best Buy Letting BlackBerry Tour 9630 Stock Deplete?

According to some whispers heard by Boy Genius it seems as though Best Buy is selling off all their BlackBerry Tour 9630 stock and not planning on adding any more to replace the sold out item. Now, while it's pretty much safe to assume the reason for this is due to the fact the Tour2 will be releasing at any point now. It's not however, an automatic assumption that the original BlackBerry Tour...

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Best of Smartphone Experts, 24 Jan 2010

Android Central's Nexus One Review Video Of The Nexus One Keyboard Issue HTC Bravo Gets Pictured Support Haiti: Download the Help Haiti App for BlackBerry Smartphones and Make a Donation Today! Final CES 2010 Takeaway: SIN City Runs on BlackBerry Smartphones Ubertwitter for BlackBerry...

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Feedback Wanted: BerryWeather 2.1 Public Beta Available

Feedback Wanted: BerryWeather 2.1 Public Beta Available

Henrik from BellShare just sent us an email letting us know that BerryWeather 2.1 is now available in Public Beta form and that they're looking for feedback from CrackBerry readers to help put the finishing touches on it. Henrik says this version will be a lot faster and easier on memory than previous versions (good stuff!). The full changelog is as follows: Complete rework of the core....

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CrackBerry Reminder: What You May Have Missed This Week

CrackBerry Reminder: What You May Have Missed This Week

Another week down and lots of happenings here at CrackBerry. If you missed anything this week, we've summed it all up in one easy place. Hit up the links below to check out all that went on the past few days. If you didn't yet enter our contests, you still have time for that as well, so head to the original posts and leave a comment. What You May Have Missed Official OS 5.0.0.438 for the...

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Rogers Releases BlackBerry Curve 8520 In White

Rogers Releases BlackBerry Curve 8520 In White

I don't think we have seen a device have this many colors since the days of RIM releasing the BlackBerry Pearl and BlackBerry Curve 83xx series in a whole rainbow of colors. Rogers stores are getting geared up for the release of the white BlackBerry Curve 8520 as noted by Kyle over at BlackBerryCool. All together that means Rogers will have the 8520 in three colors. White, Black and...

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Motorola Files With ITC To Have Ban Placed On BlackBerry Smartphone Sales in the United States

In what seems to be a never ending battle between Research In Motion and Motorola, Motorola has once again filed patent complaints against Research In Motion. This time however, things are little different. Motorola has stepped up to the ITC (International Trade Commission) to ask them to investigate RIM and their continued use of Motorola patents as well as impose and Exclusion Order to stop...

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Support Haiti: Download the Help Haiti App for BlackBerry Smartphones and Make a Donation Today!

Brought to you by XtremeLabs, CrackBerry.com and MTV... Haiti Needs Your Help! In the wake of the tragic earthquake and aftershocks in Haiti, the great folks at XtremeLabs in partnership with CrackBerry.com and MTV have put together the Help Haiti app for BlackBerry Smartphones. The Help Haiti app makes it easy to donate to charities in both the USA and Canada that are working hard to help...

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Contest: 50 Free 30-Day Trials to the Thumbplay Music Store

[ youtube video link for mobile viewing ] At CES, Thumbplay was showing off their music app for BlackBerry and announced a private beta for the new service. The Unlimited Music App is a subscription based service that allows you to stream music (you don't actually purchase the songs) from Thumbplay's huge database on both your device and PC. You can create playlists, wirelessly sync, use...

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