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Need to plan a train journey in the UK? - You need the Rail Tickets app for BlackBerry Smartphones

Need to plan a train journey in the UK? - You need the Rail Tickets app for BlackBerry Smartphones

This app will only apply to you if you are in the UK I'm afraid. However, if you are here in Great Britain and you use the train from time to time the Rail Tickets app will come in rather handy. I have been into London twice this week and used the app to plan my journey from start to finish. As you will see in the video you can not only select your start and finish destinations but also...

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VIA Rail employees to use BlackBerry smartphones at departure gates and on board trains

VIA Rail employees to use BlackBerry smartphones at departure gates and on board trains

Canadians making use of VIA Rail will soon be taking advantage of a new way of ticketing thanks to VIA's On Train and Station Automation project that's just launched into Phase 2. As of July 3rd, VIA is piloting an e-ticketing system between Montreal and Quebec, so if you book travel between those two cities you'll be emailed an e-ticket which you can either print out or access directly...

Michelle Haag 14
Make getting to that Hollywood blockbuster even easier with the Cineplex Odeon App for BlackBerry

Make getting to that Hollywood blockbuster even easier with the Cineplex Odeon App for BlackBerry

With the summer blockbuster season in full effect, getting your movie tickets is becoming increasingly painful with lineups and sold out shows at almost every theater. If you take the few minuets and download the Cineplex Odeon app for your BlackBerry smartphone and BlackBerry PlayBook, not only will you get access to movie trailers and show times, but you’ll also be able to purchase...

Zach Gilbert 13
Chicago ward superintendents to use BlackBerry smartphones to issue tickets for violations

Chicago ward superintendents to use BlackBerry smartphones to issue tickets for violations

The east coast got hit with the first snow of the season this weekend, which means lot of work for people, including shoveling or snow blowing their driveways and sidewalks. In Chicago, if you don't get rid of that snow you can face a fine of up to $100, thought the ordinance hasn't always been enforced as the process involved wasn't all that reliable. So, what does this have to do with...

Michelle Haag 12