Archive for November, 2009

SPOILER ALERT: Champion’s Champions Crowned at 2009 Race of Champions

November 5, 2009

Filed under: Motorsports, China

2009 Race of Champions – Click above for high-res image gallery
Every year, around the world, drivers compete wheel to wheel in all manner of racing series, from rally to F1, touring cars to Le Mans and everything in between. It gives racing fans plenty of varied action to follow, but it leaves one question ultimately unanswered: who is the world’s best driver? That’s where the Race of Champions comes in.
The event has been held everySource: Autoblog RSS Feed


BlackBerry Bold 9700 questions answered

November 5, 2009

When we first posted impressions of the BlackBerry Curve 9700, we asked BlackBerry Cool readers what they would like to know about the device. We have taken some time to post more pictures of this device, and answer some of your questions.
Albert: Does the T-Mobile HSPA Bold support more than 1700 AWS band for 3G?

The BlackBerry Curve 9700 has the following network support:

  • 3G (HSDPA) compatible
  • UMTS: 2100/1900/850/800 MHz (Bands 1,2,5/6), 2100/1700/900 MHzSource: BlackBerryCool RSS Feed

BlackBerry Bold 9700 now availbale from Rogers

November 3, 2009

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 is a really decent device for those that want a powerful BlackBerry, but are looking for something smaller and more modern that the Bold 9000.

We have taken a look at the T-Mobile version of the device, and to our knowledge there isn’t much different with the Rogers version.

The Bold 9700 from Rogers costs $299 on a three year contract.

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TwitterPeek Now Official

November 3, 2009

By Andrew Liszewski

It first surfaced last week, but today Peek officially announced the availability of the TwitterPeek, a version of their handheld device designed exclusively for accessing and publishing content on Twitter. Now Twitter power users might find the device a bit limiting since the lack of a web browser prevents you from following links, and the lack of a camera prevents you from uploading your own photos, but you can pretty much do everything else includingSource: OhGizmo! RSS Feed