Category: Blackberry


Adobe Air Logo Adobe AIR SDK 2.5 Launches for BlackBerry PlayBook, Android and iOS
When RIM announced their first tablet a few weeks ago, the BlackBerry PlayBook, Flash support was one of the big selling points. To that end, today at the Adobe MAX conference Adobe has launched a set of AIR development tools that work with the tablet’s new operating system, Neutrino by QNX. BlackBerry wasn’t the only platform getting some love, though; now that Apple is cool with third-party SDKs, iOS is included in this Adobe AIR update (though Flash is still presumably blocked), along with the usual Android support AIR has been talking about since February.
For those unfamiliar with Adobe AIR, it’s a development environment that encompasses not only Flash, but Adobe’s Flex, HTML and Ajax. AIR basically lets you create standalone applications using web languages without having to use a browser (something BlackBerry WebWorks still does).
It’s worth reminding that eventually the QNX operating system on the PlayBook will eventually find its way to BlackBerry smartphones, so even if Flash doesn’t make it to handsets before then, at least the new OS will be built from the ground-up with Flash in mind. The PlayBook promises to be a multimedia powerhouse, packing a 7″ 1024 x 600 capacitive touchscreen, and run on dual 1 GHz processors and 1 GB of RAM. Adobe’s SDK will support other tablets as well, so it’s really just a matter of manufacturers including the runtime on their tablets at launch in order to keep the playing field even.
Google seems to have a leg-up over RIM when it comes getting friendly with Adobe, having tested the AIR SDK in a private beta with Android developers for some time, but the Apple has definitely made their bed with Flash. That’s too bad for iPhone and iPad users, but many seem to be comfortable sticking with HTML5 for web development.
You can see some of the highlights in Adobe AIR 2.5 over here, or download the SDK here. If you’re particularly interested in developing for the PlayBook, hit up their getting started guide here.


Nuffnangers get to win Blackberry Torch 9800 smartphones from Celcom!

We really are spoilt for choice nowadays when it comes to purchasing smartphones. So many brands, so many models, so many fancy features… but make no mistake, nobody does smartphones like one of the pioneers in the market – Blackberry. And if you were always on the fence about which smartphone ‘camp’ you wanted to join because you were undecided about going with a touch screen or a physical keyboard, your dilemma is now solved with the debut of the new Celcom BlackBerry Torch 9800! 

The Celcom BlackBerry Torch 9800 is the first smartphone with a BlackBerry keyboard and full 3.2 inch touch screen, and also comes with a 5 MP camera, 8 GB memory expandable with a micro SD card, and integrated social feeds, so you never miss out on a single tweet or Facebook update. Don’t forget the push email and instant messaging capabilities BlackBerries have always been known for!

Not all Blackberries are the same though – Celcom Blackberry gives you the best deals in town and the widest coverage wherever you go! With that, allow us to introduce the Celcom Exec 50 plan, where you can get connected with Celcom from as low as only RM50 a month! Check out some of the benefits you’ll get with the plan:
15 sen call rate to any number. Nothing complicated; just a simple rate to all numbers
– Automatic discounts every month.
– Talk more, save more. The more you use, the more discounts of up to 30% every month
– Low monthly commitment of only RM50.
– FREE Celcom Broadband Basic Plan for 1 month with speeds of up to 384 Kbps

Celcom will be launching the Blackberry Torch 9800 on 29 October 2010, and there’ll be amazing deals for you when you sign up with Celcom, ONLY available at the event. Remember to keep checking on the Celcom website to find out what the offers are! There’ll also be many other fun activities, prizes and giveaways on the day. There’s more: If you’re one of the 1st 100 customers to pre-register & purchase the new BlackBerry Torch 9800 with the Celcom Exec Postpaid plan, you get to enjoy the early bird promotion where they’ll throw in the following for FREE:
– Jabra Bluetooth Headset worth RM125
– 8GB Micro SD Card worth RM68
– Energizer Portable worth RM58 

Which one is for me?

Last night my friends posted a few pictures in my  Group. All the pictures are on the latest phones he got. I would like to share with you all the pictures and to give some comments on them.

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Iphone 4

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<div class="wp-caption alignnone" style="width: 490px"Xperia X10

Xperia X10

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BlackBerry Torch

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Waze definitely better than other GPS mobile apps.


Waze is a social driving and navigation app that connects you to other drivers (iphone, Android, BlackBerry) in order to get all the real-time road information you need. Just by driving around with waze open on your phone, you become part of an active community of drivers, that passively and actively update one another on traffic and other real-time road events. In short, it’s super useful and very cool (and of course FREE!!).

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Curve 9300 3G is Online in Malaysia

Waterloo, Ontario –

Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) announced the new BlackBerry® Curve™ 3G, an exciting addition to the globally popular BlackBerry Curve series of smartphones. Designed to provide the growing mass of smartphone purchasers with a distinctly powerful, approachable and affordable choice, the BlackBerry Curve 3G supports high-speed 3G (HSDPA) networks around the world and gives users the exceptional communications features they need to accomplish more than ever, when they’re at home, at work and everywhere in-between.

BlackBerry Curve 9300

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Anti-Virus Protection on BlackBerry Smartphones

Viruses are a type of third-party application designed with malicious intent to cause harm to computer systems. These applications are generically termed malware, as are trojan horse, worm, and spyware applications.
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Blackberry Prepaid by Starhub Singapore

I was visiting Singapore just in time for the Ramadhan bazaar at Geylang Serai. Amazing culture and ultra hype living.

Singapore Aidilfitri Bazzar at Onan Road

While I was there I get to check out the prepaid services available in store.

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Instant BlackBerry connection

by Alyaa Alhadjri –

Aefendy (second from left) and Celcom staff
unveil the new Xpax BBM plan.

PREPAID BlackBerry users on the Celcom Axiata network can now stay connected via BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) for as low as RM0.50 sen a day by subscribing to Celcom Xpax newest prepaid plan.

The stand-alone subscription for unlimited BBM service, without activating the BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) is the first of its kind offered by any operator in Asia Pacific.

A premium mobile-to-mobile social communica-tion platform, the BBM service is one of the device’s top features as it offer users instant connection and a host of features exclusive to the BlackBerry.

“We are very excited to be the first to bring this BBM plan as we understand the needs of our young customers who constantly need to be in touch with their friends, but at an affordable price,” said Celcom director (marketing) Zaenal Aefendy Zainal Abidin.

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Rumoured BlackPad said to have same OS as military’s new Crusher vehicle

David Neal, 23 Aug 2010


The rumoured BlackBerry tablet device dubbed the BlackPad will run an operating system that can also be found in a new US Army robot vehicle and the latest BMW cars, according to reports.

Speculation about the BlackPad first emerged at the end of July, when a Bloomberg report said Blackberry maker RIM was planning to launch a tablet with a 9.7″ touch screen as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity that would cost around £315.

US Military Crusher

Now, a new report on the news wire has revealed details of the operating system at the heart of the tablet – the existence of which has yet to be confirmed by RIM.

Bloomberg saidthat in an effort to distance the BlackPad from other tablets, most obviously the Apple iPad, RIM has opted to use QNX Software Systems’ operating system rather than its own forthcoming Blackberry OS6.

“The yet-to-be-announced tablet will run on software developed by QNX Software Systems, which RIM bought from Harman International Industries Inc. for $200m in April,” said the report.

As well as BMW cars, the software is being used in the US Army’s new Crusher all-terrain autonomous vehicle.

semicyber: With the new BMW OS being implemented inside the BlackPad which is also similar to autonomous US Army Crusher, I bet the iPad will look like a cheap toy that still cannot support flash.  The is now ready online however no contents being submitted yet. To visit click the link

Don’t worry, the BlackBerry stays

Sunday August 8, 2010 (The Star)

Blackberry Curve 8900

PETALING JAYA: The 1.5 million BlackBerry users in Malaysia need not worry. There are no plans to ban the smartphone device here, al­­though Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have done so. Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Rais Yatim has ruled out any move to ban the use of the gadget.

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