I love videos, I like some commercials, women are hot, and I love my BlackBerry. I thought I would share with everyone a great concept video of what could be the way Research In Motion targets certain demographics of their market. Continue reading
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It all started with the BlackBerry PlayBook being released, and it’s gone downhill from there.
I adore electronic toys.
I believe I have my father to blame for this as I often bounced on my fathers back and asked little kids questions about what he was doing as he sat cross- legged on the living room floor trying to figure out the wire tangle he had in front of him.
I didn’t understand his mumbling and grumbling was to be taken for an intense thought process that would include deciphering which wire in this tangle he created was to be connected to a toggle switch box. This switch box was to be connected to his HiFi stereo system through another set of wires, and another set of wires was to be pushed through a hole in the ceiling so he could listen to the Rolling Stones while he pooped in the bathroom. Often my mother would come home, and ask, “Why is there a hole in the ceiling?”, to which he would often respond to talking about the value of having stereo speakers in every room in the house, and how great it would be to poop to music in Dolby Stereo.
No longer a rumour, Foursquare and BlackBerry Messenger are going to integrate, and Inside BlackBerry has posted a video of how this will all come together.
After looking all over the web for an inexpensive PlayBook, I ran across this site called Xpango. Now, before you cry out, “Really Morb?” , just take a look at the site, and if you are so willing sign up, because it helps me get closer to my goal of a PlayBook, and may get you a little closer to something you would like.
I really do feel like a bit of a consumer whore doing this, but you’re partially right, I am a consumer whore.
Oh yes, read on for more!
I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of the BlackBerry PlayBook since it was announced last year, and on Monday the RIM tablet was launched with a bit of fanfare, but not the staggering lineups at retail stores that Apple seems to garner. The PlayBook has received quite a few negative reviews, as it seems alot of reviewers are comparing it to the iPad & iPad2. From my early days of writing reviews, the golden rule was never compare one product to another product in an objective and fair review.