As I was visiting TeleNav’s OTA site, I noticed they have new builds for future BlackBerry devices. Here are the direct OTA links for future BlackBerry devices:
Telenav has let us know via Tweet that they are offering the chance for Facebook users to win some great gifts. They are handing out free gas for a year, gas gift cards and free telenav subscriptions. Read More for rules and details.
If you are on the list with others experiencing issues with AT&T Navigator on the BlackBerry Torch 9800, the guys over at Telenav have apologized via blog post,. In an effort to try to resolve these issues, the telenav blog has provided with some common fixes so you can get back up running and navigating.! More button for the fixes. Hope this resolves everyone’s issue.
Hello members and readers, in recent news, the Curve 9300 aka Curve 3G has been announced by RIM for release on select carriers. We now know that T-Mobile will be getting it. The main issue that I want to address is, why now? I mean, everyone wanted a Curve 8900 with a 3G radio but how much good will it do for the market and users now? How much of an impact will this have on the consumer side, as well as the business side dealing with profits and all? Sure it’s specs will be better and being that it’s newer, it should operate better than the Bold, but, I just think it’s a little too late. Now is not the time for this. Curve 8900 fans everywhere will grab the 9300 over the 9700 but what will happen when the 9780 is released soon after? There is a small issue with product release up at RIM and I think they need to clean it up and move forward. Let the 9300 and 9780 be the last of their kind. Let’s take the Torch the Bold and the Curve to greater heights. Maybe I’m just ranting. I don’t know anymore. Let me know what you think. This subject really pulls on my chin hair and I want it to stop. Enjoy your BlackBerry tho, whatever the case may be. Rumor also has it that the Curve 9300 will get a CDMA version(9330) that’s predicted for VZW. This supports all notions of the Curve being a known staple in the BB community. 3G Curves are the future. How about a touch screen?” hmmmm For more info regarding the new 9300, visit www.blackberry.com/curve3G
Earlier today RIM sent out a press release where they have confirmed the new unannounced BlackBerry that surfaced the web a few months ago. The 9300 will be a member of the Curve line, and will also rep the 3G title. The BlackBerry 9300 should have Curve enthusiast happy because the sporty new BlackBerry has wi-fi along along with support for high-speed 3G (HSDPA) networks around the world. Media control keys will be on top of the device, so when you’re out getting your exercise or just jamming out, you can conveniently control all of your music. The 9300 is currently running on OS 5.0, but it states that is supports OS6. Tmobile is one of the carriers interested in the new Curve 3G. They have let BR know that the BlackBerry Curve 3G is anticipated to be available in the coming weeks at T-Mobile retail stores, select dealers and online at http://www.T-Mobile.com. They will be offering the Curve 3G in two colors. A smoky violet and graphite grey. Which color would you get? Continue Reading for Phone Specs >>>
Today, TeleNav announced that it has teamed up with U.S. Cellular to bring turn-by-turn navigation to the carrier’s smartphones. The service powered by TeleNav offers an excellent feature that really comes in handy, the voice-guided directions. Along with that comes 3D maps, speech recognition, more than 12 million business listings, and traffic and weather information. The best part is there isn’t an additional fee to use TeleNav as it’s all included in U.S. Cellular’s new smartphone data plan, which costs $30 per month. As of now, Telenav will support the following devices. BlackBerry Curve 8530, Samsung Acclaim, HTC Touch Pro2, HTC Snap, BlackBerry Tour 9630, , and the Samsung i225. You can find the full list of compatible devices on TeleNav’s blog site. Thanks, don’t forget to share !!