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Hacking BlackBerry

The BlackBerry is the fastest growing, most popular wireless e-mail device ever sold. Dubbed the “CrackBerry” as a tribute to how obsessively BlackBerry users will check their e-mails, the BlackBerry is best known for its unique and well-executed “push e-mail” functionality. This feature makes it a favourite of mobile professionals who need to be connected …

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BlackBerry for work

Each person has their own unique requirement of a gadget, especially if the gadget is as versatile as the BlackBerry. Some might use the camera and media options to the hilt, while some might abuse messaging using it for informal and formal communication alike, whether or not it is required. For some, the business apps like Word and Excel might be optimum whereas others might prize their e-mail-on-the-go. This brings us to a very important section choosing your handset wisely. Contrary to popular belief, BlackBerry models and purchasing isn’t as complicated a process as some would like to believe. With basic understanding, you will be able to make a well-informed decision in no time. You need to be sure that your model covers all the features you require while keeping to your budget. From the Princess phone to smartphones, telecommunication has certainly come a long way! The past century has …

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Management your phone’s battery life

Important phone calls, and emails that need replies, there isn’t much time to stop and charge your phone when necessary. If you are aware of a few simple tricks, however, you can prolong the life of your battery so that it has enough juice to get you through your busy day. Adjust the Settings Minor tweaks to your phone’s settings can go a long way in preserving battery life. For example, simply turning down the backlight brightness or setting your screen to time out after a shorter period of time can extend your battery’s charge. Some phones make it easy to save a battery’s charge by including built-in power-saving settings. With these settings turned on, a few features in your phone automatically adjust to maximize power efficiency and keep your battery going longer. Use Fewer & Slower Connections Some wireless technologies, such as Bluetooth and GPS, can suck the life …

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Losing your phones could cost you

Lost or stolen smart phones is more than just an in inconvenience, it can lead to identity fraud or corporate espionage and even compromise the integrity of your medical records, 24 percent of cell phone owners store PINs and password on a handset, 11 percent store personal identification info, and 10 percent store credit card numbers. If your mobile phone is stolen, the thief can do a reverse lookup of your cell number to obtain of your cell number to obtain your name and address, that and a stored credit card number can lead to “account take over”, where the thief changes an existing account’s billing address and unless your card issuer call you, the absence of your monthly statement might go unnoticed. With such info, a thief could also open new account using your name, as you often wouldn’t know these accounts are being opened, this problem can take …

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Manage Telecommuting Easily and Securely

If you could roll out of bed, commute just 40 feet, work in your robe and fuzzy slippers, and save thousands of dollars on travel expenses, would you do it? And, as a business owner or manager, would you offer the same benefit to your employees?, according to a survey commissioned by the Computing Technology Industry Association, 67 percent of respondents said their organization has seen greater productivity as a result of allowing employees to telecommute, either full or part-time, the main reason for the increase in output less commute time. No doubt telecommuting benefits employees and employers alike, but with the distractions of home beckoning children to drop off, a kitchen to clean, and laundry to wash can a telecommuter be as productive as employees in the office more important, can technology keep your data secure, your teams connected, and your staff accountable? It can, if you plan well.

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BlackBerry Bold Enticing, But

The Blackberry Bold 9000 motion’s formidable contender in the 3G market offer sleek design, a sharp display and high speed connectivity, but fails to impress in other areas particularly its call quality and the camera’s images quality. It has roughly the same dimensions as its predecessor, the blackberry curve 8300 and the same curved corners and glossy face, at 4.8 ounces, the bold outweighs the curve’s 4 ounces, the bold lack the Iphone’s touch screen (the forthcoming blackberry storm will have that), but offers a terrific keyboard and the business email and infrastructures friendly characteristic that blackberry are known for. The bold has superior battery life too, it battery gave 7 hours, 56 minutes for talk time, longer than other 3G phones, but bold call quality disappointed, while call to land line phones sounded clear, call to other cell phones (on various carriers) suffered from background hiss, voices had ample …

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Choose the Perfect Smartphone

How much of your day do you spend on the phone? How about checking and answering e-mail? As important as your laptop or desktop may be, your Smartphone has arguably become the most important tool in your personal tech arsenal. The right one can make you more efficient, better connected, and more attractive to the opposite sex. (Well, two out of three, anyway.) And when it’s past time to upgrade, an old phone on a bad network starts to feel like a weight around your neck. This fall’s crops of smartphones are the lightest, slimmest, and most capable ever. But with so many choices, it’s important to know your options. Whether you’re looking for a Blackberry, an iPhone, or something more exotic, keep these in mind when you’re picking out your next phone. Check Service with Friends Phones Go GSM if at all Possible Learn Your Contract Rights Know the …

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iPhone Password Manager

Do you use an application to help you keep track of all web passwords and for automated sign-in? If yes, chances are you currently missing it on your iPhone. Not any more as there is some good news for all you folks, the makers of 1Password have come up with with a clever way to sync your passwords with the iPhone as they have just announced “1Password for iPhone” which uses an ingenious way to sync data to the iPhone. All the details of the latest iPhone application and a step by step guide available after the jump. Agile Web Solutions, the makers of 1Password have announced that 1Password 2.5 sports a new icon on its toolbar “Sync to iPhone” clicking on which will export all your 1Password data to an encrypted Safari Bookmarklet, which can then be used on the iPhone (or even iPod Touch) to access all your …

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iPhone Independence Day

Jon Lech Johansen’s found a way to activate a brand new unactivated iPhone without giving any of your money or personal information to NSA AT&T. The iPhone does not have phone capability, but the iPod and WiFi work. Stay tuned! Update: Magic iTunes 7.3.0.54 numbers: Offset 2048912: 33C0C3 Offset 257074: 28 Offset 257013: 33C9B1 Add “127.0.0.1 albert.apple.com” to c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts Download Phone Activation Server v1.0 to activate your iPhone for iPod+WiFi use. Note that this application will not do anything unless you understand the magic numbers as well as add the hosts entry. Phone Activation Server (PAS) requires that you have the MS .NET Framework 2.0 installed. Download PAS v1.0 Source Code. by Jon Lech Johansen’s

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