Archive for February, 2010

webOS 1.4 Now Available To Verizon Wireless Pre Plus and Pixi Plus Users

Posted on 28. Feb, 2010 by .

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After an extra day of waiting Verizon Wireless Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus users can now download and install the latest webOS update.  Version 1.4 of webOS adds some great additions to the webOS line.  You can get the full run down on Palm’s support site.

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Weekly Scoop Review

Posted on 28. Feb, 2010 by .

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What a week for us here at BerryScoop.  A huge thank you goes to each and everyone one of our readers over the last week, you each helped make this the best week for BerryScoop since redesign.  We plan on continuing our efforts to bring you some great news.  This weeks highlights: HTC Incredible is […]

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Google Now Selling Nexus One Spare Battery

Posted on 27. Feb, 2010 by .

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My biggest personal gripe about the Nexus One has been battery life.  A fair trade off for the amount of processing power the Nexus One has.  I have searched high and low for an official spare battery to no avail.  At last Google is now selling spare batteries for the Nexus One.  You can pick […]

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Rumor: Verizon Wireless To Get Nexus One On March 23rd

Posted on 27. Feb, 2010 by .

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We all love a good rumor, especially when it comes to release dates and launches of our most coveted electronics.  AndroidCentral is reporting that an inside source is telling them the Nexus One will launch on Big Red March 23rd.  This release date would follow the spring time frame Google talked about at the press […]

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foursquare Rap Hits YouTube- Badges Like Us

Posted on 27. Feb, 2010 by .

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A couple nights ago the @foursqaure Twitter account sent out a link to a hilarious rap made by some foursquare fans.  The song is called Badges Like Us and was written by @thenewb and @borismsilver.  They were pretty creative with this, I love it.  Great work guys.

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Sprint Makes webOS 1.4 Available.. Verizon Users Still Waiting

Posted on 27. Feb, 2010 by .

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After the slip up in the Sprint forums about the webOS 1.4 update everyone knew what was coming.  Well Sprint went ahead and made it official along with O2.  There is still no word on when Verizon will receive the update, Palm had promised it would be on all devices in February so time is […]

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Leaked OS: BlackBerry Bold 9000 and Curve 8900 5.0.0.509

Posted on 26. Feb, 2010 by .

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When it rains it pours, no pun intended.  BerryReview has just posted leaked BlackBerry OS 5.0.0.509 for the Bold 9000 and Curve 8900.  Once again, make sure you sound off in the comments to let us know what your experience is with it. Rapidshare link BlackBerry Bold 9000 Rapidshare link BlackBerry Curve 8900 REMEMBER: Install […]

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Download The MobiHand App Store For Your BlackBerry Device

Posted on 26. Feb, 2010 by .

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We know most BlackBerry users love their apps just as much as their phone, and having quick access to those apps is important.  That is where the MobiHand app store for your BlackBerry comes in handy.  If you click on the image above you can download and install the official MobiHand app store right on […]

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FCC Clears CDMA Version Of Nexus One

Posted on 26. Feb, 2010 by .

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The FCC has blessed the CDMA Version of the Nexus One.  This is a great sign that things are progressing closer and closer to a Nexus One release on a CDMA carrier.  Head on over to the FCC website to read through all of the documents that are involved in approving a device.  Make sure […]

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Verizon Wireless To Bring Their Backup Assistant To BlackBerry Devices On March 9th

Posted on 26. Feb, 2010 by .

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We just got some pictures sent in to us showing that Verizon Wireless will be launching their Backup Assistant service for BlackBerry devices on March 9th.  For those who like to have redundancy with their contacts this is a great way to keep them backed up via a wireless application.  Backup assistant is free for […]

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Leaked OS: BlackBerry Tour 9630 5.0.0.530

Posted on 26. Feb, 2010 by .

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Once again BBLeaks has come through and provided yet another BlackBerry OS leak.  This time the BlackBerry Tour 9630 gets treated to 5.5.0.530.  I hope this takes away the random black screen I have been seeing in both leaked and official 5.0.0.419 for the Tour.  Let us know what you think after you load it […]

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Sprint To Release WebOS 1.4 Update On 2/26 Says Sprint Forum

Posted on 25. Feb, 2010 by .

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(Update: Sprint took down the forum, but we have the screen shot.) My friend @obigeorge just sent me a link to a post in the Sprint Forums which lays out the details of their WebOS 1.4 update.  According to the forum post by a Sprint Admin the update will roll out tomorrow night to both […]

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Speculation: What If This Was RIM’s Next BlackBerry OS??

Posted on 25. Feb, 2010 by .

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Earlier today we reminded you about the Super App webcast RIM was holding for developers.  Our friend @kfow35 was on the webcast and sent me a couple pictures that caught his eye.  The picture shows a BlackBerry Storm with a screen like I have never seen before.  I seriously doubt RIM would let a picture […]

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Reminder: Super App Webcast From RIM Is Today!

Posted on 25. Feb, 2010 by .

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RIM is really trying to help out developers as much as possible right now.  Having recently held a webcast discussing UI on BlackBerry’s they are now holding a webcast to talk about making your application a Super App.  The webcast is set to cover: design apps that are stickier, more intuitive, more engaging and more […]

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UPDATED: foursquare For BlackBerry Updated To v1.5-Manage Tips and Todo’s

Posted on 25. Feb, 2010 by .

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Update: It looks like our threats of swarm were heard, foursquare has just updated the application again to v1.5.5 and now it includes touchscreen support!  foursquare released a change log with this last update: Touch-screen support for BlackBerry Storm users (!!) Much better, faster and more accurate location lookups… … especially for those in London […]

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T-Mobile USA Announces 4Q 2009 Results

Posted on 25. Feb, 2010 by .

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Today T-Mobile USA announced their 4th quarter 2009 results.  Overall it looks like things are going up for T-Mobile.  The additions of their Even More and Even More Plus plans helped as well as the never ending expansion of their 3G network.  The key elements of their results listed below. 3.9 million 3G-capable converged device […]

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HTC Incredible Spotted In Verizon Wireless Inventory System

Posted on 24. Feb, 2010 by .

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It was no secret that the HTC Incredible was going to be heading to Verizon Wireless at some point.  The question still remains when, but one thing is certain the time is getting closer.  The above screenshot shows that the Incredible is now in the Verizon Wireless inventory system.  Typically after an item is entered […]

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Contest: 100 BlackBerry Unlock Codes Courtesy of Cellunlock

Posted on 23. Feb, 2010 by .

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Our good friends over at CellUnlock.net have given us 100 unlock codes for ANY unlockable BlackBerry on ANY network.  Unlocking your device is great if you want to change carriers and use the same device, or go overseas and roam using a different SIM card. To enter leave a comment below.  Do not comment more […]

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Fido Releases BlackBerry Curve 8520

Posted on 23. Feb, 2010 by .

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Fido has released the BlackBerry Curve 8520.  Fido users can pick up the 8520 for $50 on a 3-year contract with the data add-on.  If you are unsure of the specs of the 8520 they are listed below for your reading pleasure. – New optical trackpad makes navigation easy – World Phone –Quad Band 850 […]

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Slacker 3.0 For BlackBerry Is Available-Wireless Caching!

Posted on 23. Feb, 2010 by .

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Slacker Radio has release their latest and greatest version of their BlackBerry app.  Slacker 3.0 has a ton of new features, most significantly is the ability to wirelessly cache stations.  That’s right, you no longer have to tether yourself to a PC just to cache your stations.  As in the past there is a free […]

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