30% Blackberry Blackout by Corporate and Enterprise – Bring Your Favourite Gear

As we Jamaicans say “Bad luck wuss dan obeah”. It just is not Blackberry’s Year, people! First, they have no smartphones to begin with, as even RIM (Research in Motion) themselves have opted not to class themselves in that category, as really, there is nothing “smart” about their phones. Their Tablet, the RIM Playbook, got cursed […]

Facebook Messenger – The Mobile Messaging App to rule them all

Watch out Blackberry Messenger, SMS, GroupMe and even Google+ with it’s “Huddle” feature – there might be a new messaging sheriff riding into town. Facebook has announced a new standalone mobile messaging app that allows users to have chat room-style group conversations with other Facebook users and even share your location and photos. Users who do not have the Facebook […]

New BlackBerry Messenger and Facebook 1.8

Both come with a list of new option and available features. Firstly BBM at a glance there is a new look to
BBM, RIM has changed the way user edit their status, add display pictures and showing user Barcodes.
RIM says bugs have been fixed to improve the overall user experience. One of the newest feature I
found was shift + del, this allows user to close conversation without pressing the BlackBerry button. All
in all what is see it just a visual overhaul of the already popular BBM app.

Facebook, it the Facebook app BlackBerry users should have always had it so much smoother the old
ones used to freeze. Updates are so smooth you don’t even notice them, the menu transition are so
much smoother than older versions. I don’t think the picture load any faster, but it’s not as painful as
on other versions. Liking, add comments and viewing comment of picture is just one click away. Overall
Facebook 1.8 is faster than the previous version. Read more about New BlackBerry Messenger and Facebook 1.8

Digsby: the good , the bad, and the useful

Hello everybody, its your favourite IT dude again with a brief rundown for one of the more popular chat software. Its called Digsby. Now mind you, its been around for a few years but I recently stumbled upon it. I always wanted to bundle my chat programs together (MSN, Yahoo, Facebook, etc) but couldn’t find any way to do so without opening multiple programs at once. That is where Digsby comes in.

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It is so robust and easy to use, you will be wondering how you got along without it. In the past, instant messaging was the exclusive domain of a leisurely chat with friends or to avoid having to pay for long distance phone calls. However, it is not uncommon now to see office colleagues in neighboring cubicles communicating via these IM networks. Read more about Digsby: the good , the bad, and the useful