NavGuard supports Foodbank Australia to help navigate the hunger divide
Sydney, 2 November 2011: Blackberry users will soon have the opportunity to better navigate their own journeys at the same time as helping someone less fortunate get back on track. From 7 November, leading location-solutions company for GPS technology, NavGuard, will donate $2.50 for every NavTrack BlackBerry GPS navigation application sold in Australia to the country’s biggest hunger relief organisation, Foodbank Australia. Around two million people, or one in every 10, require food relief each year, yet hunger remains a largely hidden issue in Australia. This initiative by NavGuard will help Foodbank to reach its goal of providing food for...
Blackberry PlayBook
Blackberry Playbook Reviewed
We recently has our hands on the new Blackberry Playbook, which is a new tablet style of device. As a tablet, comparisons will inevitably be made with Apple’s iPad. The Playbook is somewhat smaller than the iPad, and it comes with a nice little sleeve case which will protect it as you are carrying it around. It’s smaller size may be viewed as an advantage by many, as it can easily fit into larger pockets (like jacket pockets) whereas with the iPad, you pretty well need to always have to carry it around in your hands, or in a briefcase,...
Blackberry Playbook
Carriers as well as retailer Harvey Norman to carry the BlackBerry PlayBook on launch day
Sydney, Australia, 8 June 2011 – Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) today announced the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet will be available in Australia starting from Monday 20th June 2011. The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will be available in three Wi-Fi® models – with 16 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB of memory storage – from Harvey Norman along with carriers Optus, Telstra and Vodafone. Carriers will announce availability and pricing closer to their launch date. The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will retail from MSRP$579AUD, and customers can contact their carrier or local Harvey Norman store for more information. Customers can...