Billy Boyd of Aspen, Colorado followed his BlackBerry all the way to the city's landfill, eventually rescuing it from a massive pile of debris. How far would you go to recover a lost BlackBerry?
A World Health Organization study due out by the end of 2009 finds significantly increased risk of some brain tumors among those who have used mobile phones for 10 years or more.
The software gives BlackBerry users one-click, high-speed access to Boingo's network of over 100,000 hotspots for $7.95 per month.
ABI Research predictes improvements will carry through 4Q 09, and says Android smartphones could capture 10% of the market by 2014.
The software allows administrators to monitor GPS locations, incoming and outgoing text messages and call information of employees.
Improvements for enterprise users include the addition of Wi-Fi, doubling of Flash memory from 128 MB to 256 MB, and doubling of device memory from 1 GB to 2 GB.
The new version includes a Windows desktop application, an update to PDF To Go, support for password-protected Microsoft Office 2007 files, and a new file browser.
71 percent of van insurance customers use their van as a mobile office, according to a recent study by UK insurance provider Swinton.
The new touchscreen smartphone will be available for $179.99 with a two-year agreement.
Verizon Wireless has the BlackBerry Storm2 smartphone debuting in its device portfolio as of Oct. 28, 2009 and will reveal details on the new Motorola Droid the same day.