It’s no secret that Mozilla has been working on a mobile OS since the summer, but now the developers have actually something real to talk about and not just plans.
Well, we knew this day was coming but one still can’t help but feel bad. After HP thought it had enough of Palm and decided to stop producing the phones and the TouchPad, it was only a matter of time before the retail stores that were selling these devices exclusively would be shuttered.
Twitter users will love to hear that the social networking platform has become fully integrated into the new iOS 5 mobile operating system by Apple. Today, available for the first time you can read and share tweets using your iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone seamlessly from within the OS. Unfortunately some users are having issues with iOS 5 upgrades which end up bricking their phone, but that may be a rare instance.
Happy October, #TeamBlackBerry. I’m happy to announce that the second Community Insider Event is right around the corner! In July, we featured BlackBerry® Senior Product Manager Alex Kinsella to answer questions related to the BlackBerry App World™ storefront. This time around, we’re bringing in our Senior Product Manager from Handheld Software Management, Annu Dawar, to discuss anything and everything you need to know about BlackBerry® 7 OS and devices.
If you’re a regular subscriber to the Inside BlackBerry Help Blog, you’ve surely read about some of the awesome features of BlackBerry 7 OS, and I know Annu has additional tricks up his sleeve that he can’t wait to share. With the holiday season on the horizon, our Support Community wants to make sure you have a chance to connect with the team behind the scenes, so make sure to stop by at some point on Wednesday, October 12th or Thursday, October 13th.
If you’ve just purchased or plan on purchasing a BlackBerry® smartphone with BlackBerry® 7 OS, one of the first things you should do is set up your email address(es). (Be sure to check out our other post about setting up BlackBerry smartphone email accounts if you’ve got a BlackBerry smartphone with BlackBerry® 6 OS or lower!) Today, I’ll be walking you through the email setup process for BlackBerry smartphones with BlackBerry 7 OS. When we’re through, you should be able to access up to 10 different email accounts on your BlackBerry smartphone with BlackBerry 7 OS using BlackBerry® Internet Service as well as being able to receive corporate email from a BlackBerry® Enterprise Server.
If you are upgrading to a BlackBerry smartphone with BlackBerry 7 OS from a different BlackBerry device, such as the BlackBerry® Torch™ 9800 smartphone, I’ll also be providing instructions on how to move your email accounts to your new smartphone.