BlackBerry Bold - Storm Issue

Smartphone and Desktop
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BlackBerry Desktop Software
BlackBerry Desktop Software, which is included with each BlackBerry device, installs and runs on your desktop PC, allowing you to easily customize synchronization and configuration settings for your BlackBerry device.

BlackBerry Media Sync – Tuned into You
Transfer your desktop iTunes® music files to your BlackBerry® smartphone.1,2,3,4 BlackBerry® Media Sync makes taking your favorite music on the go quick and easy.

Third Party Applications
A variety of games and personal productivity tools, as well as enterprise solutions, are available for your BlackBerry wireless device from third parties. Learn more about Third Party Applications for BlackBerry.

Instant Messaging Solutions for BlackBerry
Now you can provide mobile users with wireless access to instant messaging and presence awareness tools. Learn more about instant messaging solutions for BlackBerry.

BlackBerry Messenger
Use BlackBerry Messenger to exchange text messages with other BlackBerry device users in an easy-to-use instant messaging format. Perfect when you need quick answers. Download it now!


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The new BlackBerry® BoldTM handheld includes:

  • All new design
  • Support 2G/3G/HSDPA networks
  • Memory 1 GB on-board + 128 MB Flash
  • Expandable Memory (External microSD)
  • Enhanced user interface
  • New powerhouse processor
Issue :

doesn't install onto Blackberry OS 4.6x
iSkoot for Skype
will install but won't run
Agile messenger
installs but when connecting, stalls
IM+ for Skype
installs but when connecting, stalls
Pocket Mac Sync (from blackberry for Bold)
runs basic but won't update my itunes, iphoto stating
media card not present which isn't the case

RIM issued
the following press release about their 4th quarter and year-end earning results. I am very interested in 4th quarter to see if the BlackBerry Storm launch gave RIM a significant increase in subscribers and revenue.

RIM Issues BlackBerry Security Advisory

Vulnerabilities in the BlackBerry Application Web Loader ActiveX control could allow an attacker to execute code remotely or cause Microsoft Internet Explorer to crash. Research In Motion (NSDQ: RIMM) (RIM) on Tuesday issued a security advisory to those of its BlackBerry customers who are using BlackBerry Application Web Loader Version 1.0 and Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) Internet Explorer.

A vulnerability in the BlackBerry Application Web Loader ActiveX control could allow an attacker to execute code remotely or to cause Microsoft Internet Explorer to crash, A look at Intel's latest quad-core processor and a discussion of where the chip industry is headed from InformationWeek's Alex Wolfe. ASUS is one of the pioneers in NetBooks, the ultra small, energy efficient, lightweight notebooks. At CES they showed off some of the newest units, including some with touch screen interfaces. Clark Kellogg, Former Basketball Star, Talks About The Affect of Technology on Today's Sports Coverage.

RIM's warning comes in conjunction with a security advisory issued by Microsoft that updates its ActiveX kill bit list to include a kill bit to prevent the BlackBerry Application Web Loader ActiveX control from being exploited.

The vulnerability can be resolved by installing an updated version of the BlackBerry Application Web Loader. The RIM Web site also includes a workaround that describes how to disable the affected ActiveX control.

"Unfortunately, the decline in ActiveX disclosures does not appear to be making an impact on exploitation," the report said. "As with other browser-related vulnerabilities, attackers rely upon users who do not keep their browsers current. Although Microsoft has made great strides in preventing ActiveX exploitation through changes to Microsoft Internet Explorer, exploitation remains an issue along with the continued usage of known vulnerable ActiveX controls from non-malicious Web sites."

InformationWeek has published an independent analysis of what other security measures companies can take for their mobile workforces. Download the report here (registration required).