Episode 1: Back to Broward Special Edition
The beginning of season 21 finds the series back where it began, with the Broward Sheriff’s Office. First up, the officers chase down a hit and run driver. A long run ends with a ramming, followed by an investigation of the vehicle which uncovers a machete. Next, a known drug area finds a man on a bicycle who tries to flee. A search reveals cocaine on a man who is on probation. Lastly, officers are responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle near a business. The driver begins to flee as officers arrive. An investigation uncovers a bleary-eyed man behind the wheel who claims to be sleeping, yet a bag of white powder gives the officers another idea.
Episode 2: What a Sap Special Edition
Palm Beach County Sheriff's witness a speeding car in a drug infested area. Having stopped them in a pursuit, the driver angrily exits his vehicle to ask why he was stopped. He jumps back in his car and speeds off beginning a new chase in which a passenger bails out. The female is the drivers boyfriend which is only discovered after a long inquiry. She reveals he has a vial of crack inside the car. Next, a Spokane Police officer is called to a possible domestic call on the street. Looking up and down the road the officers discover a man standing under a tree in which a female is up in the tree. They find out that the woman often climbs the tree when upset with family problems. Then, a Rialto Police officer spots a drug transaction taking place. The men claim they are construction workers headed to purchase supplies, but a bag of crack on the floor has the officer in doubt.
Episode 3: Stupid Behavior #3
The Palm Beach County Sheriff Officers vice unit have set up a sting operation, using a pair of undercover officers in a pickup truck as buyers. The first seller takes the officers straight to a drug house to sell their crack. The suspect is quickly arrested after lighting up his crack on the way home. The second deal happens when a young man offers to sell the officers crack and asks them to join him for a smoke behind a gas station. Then, an officer in Las Vegas is summoned when a restaurant claims a man refused to pay his $400 bill. He is trapped by the manager and a waiter. The suspect first claims his friend paid the tab and then changes his story and says he paid the bill himself. The man is arrested when it's discovered he has warrants and now can add the unpaid bill to the charges. Lastly, an officer in Palm Beach has stopped a car for a tint violation. Lowering his window, a cloud of marijuana smoke billows out from the car and a small amount of crack and cocaine is also discovered.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Sunday, August 17, 2008
Friday, July 25, 2008
Mind of Mencia is a sketch-comedy series that stars Carlos Mencia. Carlos has a unique take on the world around him. By watching Mind of Mencia you take a journey into his mind and realize quickly that he takes no prisoners picking on every race and cultural in the book. Hate him or love him, either way this self-described “beaner” is back for his fourth season with a new intro and a new stage.
Season four begins with Mencia acting as host of a children's show in a third world country. Also, a police officer who is suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
Mencia pays homage to a gay man living in a small town. Also, ideas of how to make women happy.
A new crime syndicate arises after the price of rice increases. Then, a debate between teen and elderly arises over how tough it was to be a child.
Features ideas concerning the housing crisis. Also, a person on the street interview with the citizens to see what they would do if they were elected president.
Mencia speaks on how to handle being invited to a gay wedding. Also, Mencia's opinion on emo music, and a special appearance by Cheech Marin.
An examination of the Jewish culture with Robert Schimmel, and Mencia explains what he loves about the USA. Also, a fitting tribute for the late, great George Carlin (1937-2008).
Mencia tries to help politicians, celebrities and his own family by traveling back to the past in a time machine. Also, a trip to a racially themed amusement park.
This episode features Mencia reading his hate mail on stage. Also, interviews are conducted on the street to see if citizens will speak ill of the dead.
The season finale finds crime fighting superheroes who are handicapped. And Mencia sings the blues about the elderly black men.
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Well folks, looks like RIM has finally got around to sticking it to BlackBerryFree and has filed a DMCA complaint with Blogger.com.
The nature of the complaint completely revolves around the OS 4.5 Betas, and I'd just like to take this opportunity to give a big SCREW YOU where RIM's sun don't shine.
Alot of us paid top dollar for our BlackBerrys and the current official OS is crippling the capability of our BB's compared to what's possible with the new 4.5 OS. it's been over a year since the last OS update for current GSM BB's. We're sick and tired of waiting around wondering when RIM will get off their asses and release this damn OS to the public already.
I for one am perfectly aware of the risks of using a beta OS, and the fact I have to be part of some "special" beta testing circle at RIM to attain it is ridiculous. Anybody and EVERYBODY should be entitled to be a beta tester with ownership of a BlackBerry being their pass card.
So to sum it up, we'll have to remove the posts with links to OS 4.5 no later than July 17th, 2008, but alternative areas to download will definitely be made available because contrary to stated law I see NOTHING illegal about releasing a product that will be available free of charge to the masses eventually.
In closing, once again... RIM you blow big ones!
Posted by R.P. at 4:48 PM
Thursday, July 10, 2008
For homicide detectives, the clock starts ticking the moment they are called. Their chance of solving a case is cut in half if they don't get a lead in The First 48 hours. Each passing hour gives suspects more time to flee, witnesses more time to forget what they saw, and crucial evidence more time to be lost forever.
The First 48 follows detectives from around the US during these first critical 48 hours as they race against time to find the suspect. Gritty and fast-paced, it takes viewers behind the scenes of real-life investigations with unprecedented access to crime scenes, autopsies, forensic processing, and interrogations.
Episode 1: Last Fare
The Tuscon investigators must work fast after learning the suspects of the murder of a cab driver have plans on fleeing the country.
Episode 2: Last Night Out/Death Do Us Part
A young man is seen running from a shooting of another man outside of a Cincinnati nightclub. Detectives hope their only witness will assist in catching the fleeing shooter. In Miami, a mother is found slumped over the wheel of her SUV shot dead, as a pair of one year old twins are left crying in the back seat. Detectives investigate their few leads in hopes of catching the killer.
Episode 3: Lester Street
Detectives investigate a grisly murder in Memphis in which four adults and two children were left dead. Making things worse is that the press is swarming all over this case due to its magnitude of the crime.
If you enjoy this show, please bookmarks this page as it will be updated weekly with new episodes as they are aired.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
I know quite a few people who have asked if there was a keyboard shortcut to send an SMS message. Just like you can hit ‘C’ to compose an email.
qSMS is a simple application that assigns a keyboard shortcut for text messages and allows you to use the ‘Q’ as a shortcut to compose an SMS!
NOTE: Please backup your BlackBerry before trying this application!!!
UPDATE: Apparently it's not working for some with OS 4.5 Beta.
You can download it in the Apps section OTA by loading mobile.blackberrytrade.com on your device.
Posted by R.P. at 10:42 AM
Frees up to 5MB of memory on your BlackBerry no matter what the type! Not only does it release memory, you will also feel a slight increase in response time. MaxMem will remove apps, themes, and files in your BlackBerry that you don’t use.
It does remove Voice Dialing, Push to talk, and quite a few other pesky applications.
You can find the OTA download link and get the installation guide at BlackBerryTrade.com
Posted by R.P. at 10:37 AM
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Astraware Fireworks Features:
- Particle-effect explosions
- High Resolution and Hi-Res+ support for Palm OS®
- QVGA, VGA and square screen support for Windows Mobile® for Pocket PC
- Portrait and landscape support for QVGA Windows Mobile® Smartphones
- Choice of 4 patriotic graphical backgrounds
Posted by R.P. at 11:37 AM
Sunday, June 29, 2008
Removing Quincy, Bug Report and Battery Report.
Since I have just tried this myself and it works, I will post up instructions for those who are interested. Proceed at your own risk!
Using Windows explorer, navigate to C:/Program Files/Common Files/Research In Motion/RIMInternalTools-220.127.116.11/Java/
Delete the following files:
With your device connected, start up Desktop Manager (I'm using v4.5)
Click on Application Loader and then Add/Remove Applications. This should do a search for updated applications and then list everything installed onto your phone.
Click the Finish button at the bottom right. You SHOULD see a screen that shows the following files listed above will be removed from your handheld and then click OK. It will proceed to remove the files and then restart your Berry.
FYI: If you are going to install a beta OS there is an option to uncheck this before you hit finish on your Desktop Manager.
Thanks to AUtigers350z for the write up.
Posted by R.P. at 12:07 PM
Saturday, June 28, 2008
Currently available for the 8100, 8310, 8320 and 8820 HERE.
Other versions on the way shortly.
Monday, June 23, 2008
Weeds is about a single mother named Nancy who sells drugs for a living. After the death of her husband Judah she had no source of income and decided that was it. Now, in Season Four, with the embers of Agrestic smoldering, the family relocate to the fictional beach town of Ren Mar on the San Diego/Mexico border to set up shop with a new front biz that’s… pregnant with possibilities. With the help of her old friends and new partner Guillermo, Nancy will get even deeper in the shadier side of dealing.
Episode 1: Mother Thinks The Birds Are After Her
the fourth season debut, Nancy and family relocate to the border town of Ren Mar, where Andy’s father (and new landlord) awaits; interrogated by the DEA, Doug, Dean and Andy pin the entire grow operation on Celia.
Episode 2: Lady's a Charm
After settling her family in Ren Mar, Nancy turns her attention back to business. Later, Guillermo gives her a much-needed crash course in “running” across the border. Meanwhile, Celia gets further acquainted with life in prison. Lenny leaves Silas and Shane to care for Bubbie while he goes to the track. When Lenny returns, Andy confronts him about some family history.
Episode 3: The Whole Blah Damn Thing
Nancy makes her first successful smuggling run across the border with both drugs and human cargo. Meanwhile, Captain Till strikes a deal with Celia to get her out of jail. In return, she must gather evidence to incriminate Nancy and Guillermo. Back in Ren Mar, Andy tries to convince the family, including his father, to put Bubbie out of her misery.
Episode 4: The Three Coolers
After Bubbie’s death, the entire Botwin family sits shiva (the Jewish period of mourning) for seven days. After shiva, Nancy is sent on a mission and takes Andy along with her. Now that shiva is over and Bubbie is gone, Lenny decides to sell the house. Meanwhile, Celia continues her flirtation with Captain Till, and Doug finds refuge with the Botwins.
Episode 5: No Man is Pudding
Guillermo gives Nancy a new job and she soon finds working retail isn’t as mundane as it appears on the surface. Celia’s deal with Captain Till brings her dangerously close to the action. Meanwhile, having been left in the desert by Nancy, Andy finds himself with a pack of immigrants and a very unfriendly Coyote. Back at home, the boys battle an infestation of bees.
Episode 6: Excellent Treasures
Nancy follows the tunnel in the back of the maternity shop and sees something she shouldn't at the other end. Dean takes a new job, leaving Isabelle to live with Celia. Meanwhile, Silas flirts with Lisa, and Doug falls in love with a vision of beauty who washes up on the beach.
Episode 7: Yes I Can
When Nancy is denied a share of the incoming pot by Guillermo, she decides to go over his head to Esteban. Celia discovers the cheap medication at Mexican pharmacies. Silas and Lisa get intimate, while Shane discovers some shocking photos. Andy and Doug begin interviewing for their human smuggling operation.
Episode 8: I Am the Table
Esteban and Nancy's spontaneous date ends in near violence. Andy and Doug successfully smuggle their first customer across the border. Silas reveals to Lisa that he grows pot, and she offers to let him do business in the back of her store. Celia develops an addiction, while Shane makes a strong first impression during his first day at a new school.
Episode 9: Little Boats
Despite their busy schedules, Nancy and Esteban try to find some time for each other. After finding out about Shane’s fantasies and Silas’s new and much older girlfriend, Nancy also has to talk to both of her sons. With their relationship going on, Lisa and Silas add some special offerings to her cheese shop.
Episode 10: The Love Circle Overlap
Nancy discovers the tunnel is being used for more than drugs. Esteban allays her fears and her nagging headache with a powerful remedy. Celia’s family stages an intervention, forcing her into rehab. Andy locates Maria and brings her across the border to an awaiting Doug. At home, Silas babysits, while Shane explores virgin territory with his two new girlfriends.
Episode 11: Head Cheese
Nancy must deal with the aftermath of Shane's exploits, her Ayuasca trip, and more confrontation with Guillermo. Celia's struggles with her rehab partner, Barry, force her to find a new rehab facility. Doug and Maria's relationship quickly goes south and they both turn to Andy for help. Meanwhile, Silas's "sandwich" business has grown too big, forcing him to turn to Nancy for help.
Episode 12: Till We Meet Again
A fed up Nancy squeals to the DEA to bust the tunnel while she plays it cool with Esteban. Embracing rehab, Celia sets out to make amends with her family. Andy succumbs to Maria's advances, and later comes clean to Doug. Shane impresses his girlfriends with his drug scoring abilities.
Episode 13: If You Work For a Living, Then Why Do You Kill Yourself Working?
The DEA brings Nancy in for questioning. Then she must explain things to Esteban. Celia travels deep into Mexico to make amends with estranged daughter Quinn. Meanwhile, Silas meets Lisa's ex-husband and Doug finds a reason to live. Nancy makes a shocking revelation to Esteban.
If you enjoy this show, please bookmarks this page as it will be updated weekly with new episodes as they are aired.
Episode 1: Philly Black Mafia
Black Mafia was the most feared force in Philadelphia’s criminal Black underworld. One of the most ambitious criminal enterprises in the history of Black America, the group extorted, hustled, plundered and murdered with impunity. It also maneuvered skillfully through many worlds, shielding itself inside the Nation of Islam, conning politicians and other leaders, and devising multiple layers of protection and cover.
Episode 2: Larry Hoover
“King” Larry Hoover is the architect of Chicago’s largest and most powerful street organization, the Gangster Disciples. This installment presents a complex portrait of a complex man, including interviews with federal prosecutors, former associates of the Gangster Disciples, Larry Hoover’s son, his wife - and Hoover himself.
Episode 3: Melvin Williams
Before he was old enough to shave, “Little Melvin” Williams possessed a genius I.Q. and was a prodigy in the gambling haunts and alleyways along glittering Pennsylvania Avenue. His exploits helped inspire the hit series “The Wire.” On this episode of ‘American Gangster’ he tells his story, his way.
Episode 4: The D.C. Snipers
In October, 2002, the ‘D.C. Snipers’ introduced a new kind of terror to the US. public. For three weeks, the killers shot people at random - ordinary citizens doing the most mundane things - shopping, pumping gas, waiting for a bus. John Muhammad, 42, was a deranged dad on a mission to get back his kids. Lee Boyd Malvo, 17, was a homeless juvenile desperate for a father – who John Muhammad methodically transformed into a boy soldier.
Episode 5: Frank Lucas
Frank Lucas is the subject of a blockbuster movie, also titled "American Gangster," starring Denzel Washington as Lucas and Russell Crowe as the detective and prosecutor Ritchie Roberts, who helped bring him to justice. In this episode of BET's "American Gangster," Lucas faces the camera himself and tells his story – with an assist from the real Ritchie Roberts.
Episode 6: Felix Mitchell
Felix Mitchell, Jr. was Oakland, California’s first major heroin kingpin – and in 1986 he had the funeral to prove it. TV cameras rolled as Felix’s body was transported in a horse-drawn carriage through the streets of East Oakland before awestruck local residents, with 17 Rolls Royces following in procession. Twenty years later, rappers Too Short and Yukmouth, former rival Mickey Moore, former Oakland mayor Elihu Harris, and others help "American Gangster" revisit the life and times of Felix Michell Jr.
Episode 7: Jeff Fort and the Blackstone Rangers
Before there were Crips and Bloods, there were the Blackstone Rangers – and Jeff Fort was the group's leader. Starting as a small group of teens from the Woodlawn neighborhood of Chicago, the Rangers absorbed countless rival gangs based largely on Fort’s remarkable leadership and organizing abilities. In 1986, Fort was tried for promising to commit acts of domestic terrorism in return for money from Libyan dictator Moammar Khadafy. He was found guilty and sentenced to 80 years, which he’s currently serving in a maximum security federal prison.
Episode 8: Chaz Williams
In the 1970s, Charles “Chaz” Williams went well beyond traditional hustles by robbing over 60 banks in several states. Decades later, Chaz - or Slim as he is known on the streets - takes ‘American Gangster’ on a personal tour of his life’s journey, including how he continued his bank-robbing escapades after going to jail under the blanket protection of the prison work release program.
Episode 9: Rayful Edmond III
To many in his home town of Washington D.C., he was public enemy No. 1 during his 1980s reign as the city’s biggest cocaine and crack dealer. However, Rayful Edmond III says he was only trying to help his family live a better life and enjoy the finer things life had to offer.
Episode 10: Kenneth McGriff
Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff's long, strange journey led him to form a Queens-based drug ring, The Supreme Team. Once released from prison he became a friend and associate of music entrepreneur Irv "Gotti" Lorenzo, and re-invented himself as a movie producer with "Crime Partners," the first Goines novel to be made into a film, and featuring Snoop Dogg, Ice-T, and Ja Rule. However, his newfound career ended abruptly when he was charged and convicted for ordering deadly hits on two rivals, and sentenced to life in prison without parole.
The very famous BlackBerry on-device wallpaper application called Wallpaper Megaplex.
Once installed, you'll have lifetime access to their growing collection of wallpapers properly formatted for the Blackerry (including the new Bold). Keep in mind you'll want to have a data plan on your BlackBerry.
Saturday, June 21, 2008
BlackBerry.com has now officially released BlackBerry Desktop Manager 4.5. Definitely a good sign for the official release of OS 4.5 soon!
BlackBerry OS 18.104.22.168 has been released.
Currently available for the 8310 and 8320 HERE.
Other versions on the way shortly.
Monday, June 16, 2008
Sunday, June 8, 2008
BlackBerry OS 22.214.171.124 downloads are now available for 8100, 8110, 8120, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8700, 8800, 8820 HERE
*Links have been Updated*
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
It was the defining moment of the 20th Century - the scientific technological military and political gamble of the first atomic attack. This drama-documentary attempts to do what no other film has done before - to show what it is like to live through a nuclear explosion. Set in the three weeks from the test explosion in New Mexico to the dropping of the bomb the action takes viewers into the room where the crucial political decisions are made; on board the Enola Gay; inside the bomb as it explodes; and on the streets of Hiroshima.
Sunday, June 1, 2008
Necro - F*ckin 50 B*tches (18+)
R.A. The Rugged Man - I Shoulda Never (18+)
Termanology-Watch How It Go Down
Tested and all play great on my Curve 8310.
Friday, May 30, 2008
The producers of the internationally acclaimed and award-winning In Colour DVD series now bring Hitler in Colour, a telling story of the rise and fall of a man who devastated the lives of countless numbers of people around the world. For 12 years, Hitler's overpowering personality dominated the German nation. He led his people from economic ruin in European conquest and to the brink of creating a New World Order. In his wake, he brought a reign of terror that caused death to millions. Drawing from recently discovered German film collections that comprise hours of previously unseen color footage, and woven with eyewitness testimony, Hitler in Colour tells the astonishing and disturbing story as never before. Narrated by Emmy Award winning British actor Brian Cox.
Here's an oldie, but goodie from 1987 for all those people that were conscious for the 80's.
The language is raw, but the comedy is well done. Eddie Murphy shines in an outrageous stand-up routine, taking on everyone from Michael Jackson to Bill Cosby, from feminists to bigots.
At the time of its release, Eddie Murphy Raw contained the most uses of the word "fu-ck" ever in a feature-length film, surpassing Scarface. It remained so until the release of Goodfellas in 1990.
Monday, May 26, 2008
For those who missed the update late last night, BlackBerry OS 126.96.36.199 downloads are now available for 8100, 8110, 8120, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8700, 8800, 8820 HERE
Posted by R.P. at 10:11 PM
Monday, May 19, 2008
In June, 1940, England stood alone against brutal aggression. The Germans had yet to be stopped in their lightning thrust across Europe - their next target was Britain.
Hitler was frustrated by Britain's refusal to make a settlement with him. He had no great desire to wage war against Britain and her empire, but nor was he shy of smashing both if they stood in his way. His plan was to use his air force, the threat of invasion, and an actual invasion if necessary and possible, to force Britain to capitulate. From early July the Luftwaffe (the German air force) was ordered to mount offensive operations against Britain.
The Battle of Britain was the first major failure of the Germans in World War II, and it thwarted Hitler's plan to force Britain to accept peace or face invasion.
Sunday, May 18, 2008
In this ceaselessly fascinating German documentary - an absolute must-see for all armchair war buffs - Hitler's desire to strike at the heart of America is vividly detailed by contemporary interviews and a remarkable array of rarely seen archival footage, much of it in colour. As far back as 1937 Hitler was shown a full-scale mock-up of an aircraft that could take the war to the US. Like many Messerschmitt designs, the ME 264 (or America Bomber) was way ahead of its time, its primary purpose being to inflict psychological damage on the American war effort.
Award-winning journalist Rageh Omaar investigates how immigration has affected Britain in a landmark three-part current affairs series.
Using Enoch Powell's explosive Rivers of Blood speech as a starting point, Rageh explores whether the apocalyptic visions of 40 years ago have any basis in today's reality.
Omaar navigates the rocky terrain of Britain's current immigration landscape, traveling around the country, talking to ordinary people and unearthing some startling and uncomfortable truths. He poses the uncomfortable questions Powell raised in his speech - questions which are often sidestepped in political debate.
The series features a specially commissioned YouGov survey that reveals what people living in Britain (including settled immigrants and new arrivals) really think about the topic of immigration and what its effects are and have been on British life.
Monday, May 12, 2008
Some of the new features are handheld-only; some require server upgrades. If you're on BlackBerry Enterprise Server, your IT department will need to upgrade; if you're on BlackBerry Internet Service, you'll need to wait a few months for your carrier to upgrade. I've marked server features with an (S), and handheld features with an (H) to show what you'll be able to do immediately.
• BlackBerry Maps with Points of Interest (H)
• Improved media player with playlist support and automatic playlist generation (H)
• Voice note recording (H)
• Video recording on Curve models (H)
• Streaming support for YouTube and Sling Player (H)
• Microsoft Office document editing with DocumentsToGo (H)
• Native format attachment downloading (S)
• HTML e-mails (S)
• Over-the-air device upgrades (S)
• Free/busy calendar lookup (S)
• Searching the server for old e-mail messages (S)
NOTE: Install at your own risk, as this is a Beta OS and is not supported, which may void your warranty if you have any issues.
Instructions for updating your BlackBerry OS
- Make sure you have the latest version of Desktop Manager 4.5 installed.
- Download the latest OS for your BlackBerry model to the PC then install it to the PC by running the file you downloaded.
- Go to \Program Files\Common Files\Research in Motion\AppLoader and DELETE the Vendor.xml file.
- Plug in your BlackBerry via USB and Open Desktop Manager. You should be prompted to upgrade. Follow the prompts and you're on your way.
DO NOT DISCONNECT THE DEVICE.
Be patient, it can take more than an hour... Mine took about 50 mins.
If you end up with a white screen with small icons and the number 507, re-connect to Desktop Manager again and run the application loader and it should load the OS to the device.
BONUS by request
Posted by R.P. at 8:51 PM
Saturday, May 3, 2008
Determined to find out the true effects of marijuana on the human body, stand-up comedian and former Stoner of the Year Doug Benson documents his experience avoiding pot for 30 days and then consuming massive amounts of the drug for 30 days. More than just an amusing story of one man’s quest to get superhigh, this documentary also examines the hotly contested debate over medical marijuana use.
Friday, May 2, 2008
News has been swirling furiously over the web the last few days concerning the latest release of Blackberry phones. Well known blogger BoyGenius has come up with all the goods concerning info on these new models.
Blackberry BOLD 9000
- Size - Length: 114mm, Width: 66mm, Thickness: 14mm
- Weight (with battery) - 133g (same as the 88xx series.)
- Memory - 1GB on-board plus 128 MB Flash
- Battery - 1500mAhr lithium cell
- Est. Battery Life - Standby: 13 days, Talk Time: 5 hours
- Network Support - UMTS: 2100 / 1900 / 850MHz, GSM: 1900 / 1800 / 900 / 850 MHz, GPRS, EDGE and HDSPA networks
- Wi-Fi - 803.11a/b/g enabled
- Display - HVGA, 480 x 320 pixels, Transmissive TFT LCD, supports over 65k colors
- Media Player, Video Support - DivX 4, Div X 5 & 6 are partially supported, XviD is partially supported, H.263, H.264 and WMV3
- Media Player, Audio Support - .3gp, MP3, WMA9 (.wma/.asf), WMA9 Pro/WMA 10, MIDI, AMR-NB, Professional AAC/AAC+/eAAC+
- Media Player, Audio - BlackBerry Media Sync allows you to transfer your desktop iTunes music to your BlackBerry!!!
- Camera - 2.0MP, 5 x digital zoom (with flash of course)
- GPS - internal GPS with extended ephemeris, BB Maps is standard
- Bluetooth - Bluetooth v2.0, all the normal stuff and Bluetooth Stereo Audio via A2DP and AVCRP
- USB Port - Enables charging and high-speed data synchronizations via USB "A" to mini-USB "B" cable.
- Browser - HTML browsing, View Movies/Clips from websites built for mobile streaming, RSS feed support
Blackberry 9100 / Kickstart
- Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE
- "Next Gen" SureType keyboard
- 2 Megapixel camera
- 16-bit color LCDs
- Internal LCD is 320×240, external one is 160×128
- Wi-Fi b,g
- 3.5mm headset jack
- OS is 4.6
More concerning the 9100 / Kickstart release
Thursday, April 17, 2008
4 more episodes in the process of being upload.
Monday, April 14, 2008
World's Sexiest Nude Woman 2007: You're invited to feast your eyes on stunning beauties from around the world. For these nude supermodels, perfection comes naturally. See amazing women photographed in the world's most exotic settings, from the South Pacific to the Caribbean tropics and the castles of Europe. These gorgeous naked models from all over the world include beauties from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Canada, Thailand, Poland, France, Germany, Colombia, Philippines, Cambodia, and America. We guarantee you've never seen a show sexier than this!
The name says it all, nothing hardcore though.
Monday, April 7, 2008
MiniMoni measures the amount of data you use on your phone. The software creates logs that enables you to view the amount of data transfers from your phone to your provider. According to MiniMoni users it has an estimated average error rate of -10% of your official telecom bill. I think the error rate is understandable since providers often charge their customers as much as they can.
So far MiniMoni is working great on my blackberry and I've set it to keep my logs up to 90 days so I can compare and review my usage.
- Counts the IP traffic on GSM/GPRS/EDGE network in byte.
- Scrolling graph to visualize the traffic of the last minutes.
- Builds sums on a daily and a time period basis.
- The day the period ends in the month is configurable.
- A lot of functions can be configured in the preferences in particular to show in bytes or kbytes.
- Maintains a daily and a period's logbook. Logbook entries can have user remarks.
- You may switch on an alarm once a particular amount of traffic volume is reached in the period.
- For devices with SD card the program can write the content of the logbook to SD.
- Separate "Traffic watch" to observe the traffic for a limited period of time separately (Testing of an application etc.)
- Supported languages are English, German and Italian.
- Auto starts on device reboot and installation of new versions.
- Tested and proved to work on different BlackBerry devices.
Posted by R.P. at 6:51 PM