Monthly Archives: December, 2009
Just a quick notice from the Inside BlackBerry blog team: We’ll be taking the next few days off to celebrate the end of 2009 and rest up for the beginning of 2010. The blog will be back in action starting January 4th, as we begin to ramp up our coverage of the 2010 Consumer Electronics […]
The Accessibility Team at Research In Motion discusses features currently on BlackBerry smartphones to aid customers with disabilities.
Last night a service interruption occurred that affected BlackBerry customers in the Americas and it appears that the issue stemmed from a flaw in two recently released versions of BlackBerry Messenger (versions 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206) that caused an unanticipated database issue within the BlackBerry infrastructure. RIM apologizes to its customers for any inconvenience and has taken corrective action to restore service.
Inside BlackBerry, the official BlackBerry smartphone blog of Research In Motion, gets a face lift. Check out the new features and make sure to connect with the rest of the community!
The BlackBerry trackpad feature on new BlackBerry smartphones gets explained by RIM’s VP of Handheld Products.
If you’re a creative person that does design work on a computer, chances are pretty good that you’re using Adobe® Photoshop or Adobe® Photoshop Elements at some point in your creative process. Did you know that you can use Adobe Photoshop comfortably alongside BlackBerry® Theme Studio to streamline the process of creating BlackBerry® themes? One […]
For the uninitiated, BlackBerry® themes can totally change how your BlackBerry smartphone looks. There are themes that reflect almost every type of subject – your favorite movies, popular television shows, your hometown football teams, popular comic book characters, nature scenes, rock bands – you name it. When you install a unique theme, it can change […]
As part of my job as a Product Manager here at Research In Motion (RIM), I make sure to spend time reading through user feedback so that this feedback can be utilized in future application versions. As part of our continuous effort to both improve product quality and listen to what BlackBerry® smartphone users have […]