Being off the grid, your cellphone is the key piece of technology. Which to buy, how to use it and how to preserve the battery life are all critical decisions to off-grid knowledge workers.
I had come to a crossroads. To my left, the iPhone in all its glory -- its shiny video capacity and websurfing, its bells and whistles. To the right was my trusty Blackberry -- lonely and deactivated in my car. I knew what I had to do.
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Next to the spontaneous uprisings against illegitimate regimes in Tunisia and Egypt, as a news story, the Wilshire bus rapid transit (BRT) project pal...
We are so caught up in texting, tweeting, twatting, twooting, that sometimes we forget to CALL each other. (Cue video of girl texting and then falling...
Know the best part about winter? Escaping it! And come January and February, I am not alone in my "over it" feeling toward the season of dread. So how do I get away from it all? I use some pretty cool, efficient BlackBerry smartphone apps to help me plan and guide my way.
The topic of sports has always left me feeling stunted in conversations; I've got little more to contribute than my appreciation for great beer and peanuts. So to help bridge the various gaps in my current sports knowledge, I've become dependent on my BlackBerry to find the most informative apps in the marketplace. Here are my top three picks for BlackBerry smartphones.
Following the trend from their recent ad campaigns, Blackberry has played the celebrity card, both actual and gadget-wise.
Here's a bit of last minute Christmas shopping tip: If your think your spouse is cheating on you, buy him or her a fancy smartphone and put it under the tree.
Ballet is dying? Really? With the release of Jennifer Homan's new book Apollo's Angels, it seems this question is a popular topic of discussion. While...
A revolution is brewing in Congress that could have profound consequences for public policy and institutional performance. It is not the GOP takeover of the House.
Rarely paying more than twenty dollars for any piece in her wardrobe, Elfee looks like she's just stepped off the set of one of her favorite shows, "Mad Men."
With my Blackberry's demise went a series of ongoing BBMs regarding whereabouts, plans and utterly meaningless exchanges. Enter panic. Enter feeling of social paralysis.
Anyone who knows me well... or even barely knows me... will attest to my profound attachment to my BlackBerrys. Indeed, the fact that there is an "s" at the end of that last sentence speaks volumes. That's why I'm so excited that HuffPost's new BlackBerry app is finally here.
From the moment Obama lost control of his Blackberry, he started to lose control of his people and his party.