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BlackBerry Twibbon Campaign – 10K Reasons To Believe


@BlackBerryDev, the official Twitter account for Research In Motion’s Developer Relations team, has begun a Twibbon campaign to help promote the 10k Reasons To Believe .

The 10K Reasons to Believe is all about what developers share why they believe BlackBerry 10 is the future of mobile platforms, and how they can be part of a great product.

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BlackBerry’s Are Hot


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


Emblm Customised Casings


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I just completed a review on the Emblm Customised Case for BlackBerry Empire, a blog that I contribute to, and I thought I would share this with everyone.  Emblm is a great Canadian company that I saw originally saw on CBC’s Dragon’s Den, and got quite excited about.

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Emblm Customized Smartphone Casings Are Awesome


 

I thought I would share with you a great Canadian startup, Emblm,  that allows you to personalize your BlackBerry,  iPhone or Samsung Galaxy, with a distinctive, one of a kind case.

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My Obsession with Free Stuff


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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.

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