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BlackBerry Gemini 9300 leaks: the 3G Curve

BlackBerry Gemini 9300 leaks: the 3G Curve

Details of RIM's replacement to the BlackBerry Curve have leaked, with the handset believed to be called the BlackBerry Gemini 9300.  The biggest difference between the Curve and the BlackBerry 9300 will be the inclusion of triband UMTS/HSDPA, but the handset will also include a more powerful CPU, slightly redesigned keyboard and silver casing.

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SlingPlayer Mobile for BlackBerry public beta starts Dec 30th

SlingPlayer Mobile for BlackBerry public beta starts Dec 30th

Sling have set a release date for the SlingPlayer Mobile software for BlackBerry smartphones, first announced at the beginning of 2008.  The software, which allows you to watch streamed video from your SlingBox over a WiFi or 3G connection, will go into public beta come December 30th, at which point it will be available to download for those with BlackBerry handsets running OS 4.5.

 

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SlashGear Week in Review: Week 5 2009

SlashGear Week in Review: Week 5 2009

We opened the week with our first-impressions of the T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8900, a surprisingly adept smartphone that's managed to impress despite the absence of 3G.  We've also been playing with Vuzix's iWear AV230XL OLED video headset, and the VIA Artigo A2000 Barebone Storage Server.  Finally, if you prefer your gadgets with a bit of (artificial) flesh on their bones, take a look at our Orbita Mouse unboxing; we'll have the full review this coming week.

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RIM touchscreen Bold with QWERTY and US HSDPA Storm brewing?

RIM touchscreen Bold with QWERTY and US HSDPA Storm brewing?

Remember those BlackBerry rumors that almost threatened to overshadow the Storm's launchThe Boy Genius has some more fuel for the fire with word that RIM are currently cooking up two hot devices; the first, and perhaps least surprising, would be a new US-spec HSDPA Storm to be announced at the WES2009 show in May next year.  As for the second, it's something that could certainly cause Palm to, well, thrown up their palms in horror: a QWERTY phone with touchscreen.

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