I almost ditched Sprint as a provider and have since returned my BlackBerry 9630 Tour for a Palm Pre. Here’s the story.
For the past couple of days I’ve been playing with my BlackBerry’s GPS, using (BlackBerry) Maps, Google Maps, UberTwitter, and the camera. The results haven’t been stunning.
Bah who am I fooling? I don’t blog about anything quickly! I’ve got TwitterBerry, UberTwitter, and TweetCaster on my BlackBerry. Here’s a rundown of features and my feelings on each one.
I got around to playing with this tonight. Here’s what I’ve learned and some step by step instructions on how to go about tethering your Sprint based Blackberry Tour 9630 to your Mac via Bluetooth.
I’ve had my Blackberry Tour on Sprint for about one day now. Here’s my experiences so far, including issues with transferring from my 8830 to my new 9630. I touch on BES (not a problem if you do it right) and BIS (small problem) accounts. I also talk about TwitterBerry and TwitPic integration.
While looking at the search terms that brought people to my other blog posting about Twitter, Cell Phones, and Data Plans, I noted a few queries that weren’t exactly answered in my previous post. So I wrote a new one.
A rambling essay of advice regarding cell phone choices and plans, paying certain attention to text messaging and data plans, and addressing how they apply to Twitter.
This is mostly directed at the Blackberry, pager, or users of other electronic devices that put them on vibrate from time to time. See, my Blackberry knows when it’s in its holster, so it has “ring” settings specific to the holster – meaning I can have it vibrate when it’s in there before it actually […]
I recently went to Australia and did a lot of diving with a buddy who works for Research in Motion (they make BlackBerries). I finally bit the bullet and ditched my Treo. The Treo’s email management software (Business Connect) had a push feature that worked, then didn’t, then worked, then didn’t again, depending on the […]