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GADG collated the best and most creative gadget commercials, showcasing their features in many convincing ways.
Technology is evolving really fast these days, and that means you need to be kept updated on the latest gadgets and inventions that are hitting the market lately. Today, there are a huge array of cool gadgets being launched, such as tablets, smartphones, and Androids. And perhaps the best way to keep in touch with those anticipated products is through watching commercials and looking at print advertisements.
In this article, GADG collected the best and most creative gadget ads of all time. Enjoy watching the videos after the jump!Read the rest of the article »
BlackBerry Torch is now live in AT&T's website on a new color: Sunset Red and Pure White. Finally! Potential buyers who grabs any color other than black has a reason now to celebrate.
Finally! AT&T is now offering the BlackBerry Torch in two new colors: Sunset Red and Pure White. The handset in their new suite can be picked up for $499 without a contract and $99 with a two-year agreement. The Sunset Red and Pure White BlackBerry Torch are now available in AT&T’s website. So if a color other than black is your cup of tea, visit the website and place your order now.View Article Source »
Modern messaging burns back to life with the fire of Blackberry Torch 9800. It is coming out--although the date is yet to be made official--this month with the serious corporate attitude typical of Blackberry smartphones.
August 12 is the day. Mobile carrier AT&T has announced the forthcoming of Blackberry Torch on its site, ticking off each new and enhanced feature of the first RIM mobile ever to run Blackberry 6. The device also secures the spot as the first truly usable touch screen from Blackberry. And surely, it still highlights the feature it does best with: messaging.
Of course there are other highlight features that bundle with this up-to-date premium hardware from RIM. Major features coming in with the device are:
* a 5 megapixel camera with flash
* a portrait slide with full QWERTY keyboard
* BlackBerry 6 with a brand new browser
* a built-in 4GB of storage plus, for expanding capability, a 4GB microSD card in package
* 512MB each of ROM and RAM
* quadband 3G radio that will work well around the world
* a 480 x 360 resolution on a 3.2-inch touchscreen display (same resolution as the Bold 9700)
* a popup optical trackpad at the bottom of the screen
* the new desktop and media syncing capability that allows you to sync your desktop and media library over wireless connection
AT&T will be the premier seller of Blackberry Torch, which will be sold starting at $199.99 on contract. It will also be available from intermediary and online sellers on its release date. Check out AT&T’s intro vid for the long-awaited smartphone.View Article Source »
Saudi Arabia pulls the trigger to shut BlackBerry. Too bad for BlackBerry Torch.
The latest threat to BlackBerry has reached our ears today. It has shown up in a frenzied debate between RIM (makers of BlackBerry) and several governments. India and Kuwait objected on the inaccessible BlackBerry messages, and just last week, UAE threatened to block BlackBerry Messenger, email and browsing on Oct. 11.
Last Tuesday, the company released an official statement with regard to user data access.
“The BlackBerry security architecture for enterprise customers is based on a symmetric key system whereby the customer creates their own key and only the customer ever possesses a copy of their encryption key. RIM does not possess a “master key”, nor does any “back door” exist in the system that would allow RIM or any third party to gain unauthorized access to the key or corporate data.”Read the rest of the article »
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