Steadicam—makers of all kinds of stabilizing contraptions that turn average cameramen into (seemingly) masterful cinematographers—has just introduced its smallest model yet called the Curve that's designed to keep your GoPro videos looking their best.
Blackberry's push notifications are now available to any developer who'd like to stick 'em in any Blackberry app. Since battery-friendly push is the best part of owning a Blackberry, this update sounds fantastic.
T-Mobile is replacing the antiquated trackballs on BlackBerry's Pearl 8100 and 8120, and the Curve 8320 smartphones for free from the 15th of February, to any customers who are having problems with them. It's one of the reasons RIM moved from trackballs to optical trackpads, so if you aren't having problems yet, mark…
In today's remainders, glimpses into possible futures: for some, the iPhone 4G can't come soon enough; Windows Mobile 7 isn't coming anytime soon; the BlackBerry 8910 is definitely on its way; and a concept lamp with a dim future.
It's cheap, it's ball-less, it's the BlackBerry Curve 8520. Oh, and it's the first BlackBerry carrying the trackpad that's probably gonna wind up on every BlackBerry eventually.
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is finally arriving at AT&T this Friday after a few months at T-Mobile. You'll pay $199.99 for it, but only after remembering to send in a $100 mail-in rebate.
T-Mobilers with BlackBerry envy can rejoice: they are the first to get the impressive Curve 8900 for $199 with 2-year deal.
We all know iPods have taken over the world, but the Cowon S9 looked like the perfect alternative to the iPod touch for those of you who hate Apple, so I ordered one in.
We had a strong suspicion before, but this release memo over at BGR appears to confirm that T-Mobile will get the Curve 8900 and the 8-megapixel Samsung Memoir (which has gone by a number of different names through its FCC process) on February 18. In other shocking news, the 3G-equipped TM506 will be available in…
A supposed 2009 Blackberry Roadmap posted on TmoNews Forums suggests that we'll not only be seeing the Curve 8900 next year, but also a touchscreen Bold and a Storm with a slide-out keyboard.
It's no scientific indicator of worldwide sales, but it's certainly interesting to see the most hawked electronics on eBay. The number one spot goes to the Nintendo Wii (and its related products). Full list:
The AMOLED-screened Cowon S9 Curve is pretty. I get it. But a sexy design will only carry a PMP so far; a touchscreen media player's success depends on its GUI, and things aren't looking fantastic for the S9.
RIM excels at many things, but keeping secrets ain't one of 'em, so we'd eyeballed the BlackBerry Curve 8900 (nee Javelin) quite a bit before this AT&T-branded one dropped in our laps. It's a Bolder version of the current Curve that improves it in basically every way: Lighter, tighter, but more powerful—and it feels…