I am on AT&T. Please edit your Personal Profile with your DEVICE TYPE, DEVICE OS and Carrier
12-22-2011 04:45 PM
look in your downloads folder
01-13-2012 09:30 AM
01-14-2012 02:40 AM
I am absolutely stunned that the Blackberry Torch I have which has touch screen and the Blackberry Playbook which I just acquired this week which also have a touch screen do not support any form of the ability to sign documents and make notes by using the screen with suitable applications. Every tablet on the market excluding the Blackberry Playbook offers this feature and it is not new technology, a simple PDF Annotation program that costs $38 allows you to do this. Blackberry has done one thing right, it named it a “Playbook” which is all it is, shameful and Research in Motion will likely go down in history as the Canadian Technology that was on par with the Bricklin! The worst part is they could fix it in 48 hours if they wanted to. Nuts!
01-14-2012 10:15 AM
01-15-2012 10:04 AM
A very strong positive side to the Blackberry devices, is there is almost no chance at all to have security issues. Everything is very secure with these devices. This is especially important when using them for business, and dealing with critical information.
As long as the users don't install non approved applications, and take care to not open attachments from spammers there should not be any security risk.
The downside of these Blackberry devices is they are not as impressive as most of the other types when it comes to features and optional software. As for doing business applications and email they are very ideal.