Rogers Dealer Express Wireless puts the BlackBerry Torch 9810 on the EOL list

It seems that one of Rogers’ largest dealers, Express Wireless, has decided to put the BlackBerry Torch 9810 on the EOL (end of life) list.  It seems a little odd that they would do this, as the 9810 is one of the high-end BlackBerry 7 devices on the market right now.

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Starbucks Mobile Card App for BlackBerry Being Discontinued as of August 28th

Way back on October 3, 2011 Starbucks announced that they were ending support for BlackBerry device stating:  Starbucks Card Mobile for BlackBerry App is no longer available for new downloads. Thanks for your interest in Starbucks CardMobile for BlackBerry. We’re currently evaluating support for the BlackBerry platform and will no longer be offering our current […]

Google’s Acquiring Of Meebo Means No More Messaging Service For Blackberry

Now that Google has acquired Meebo, they are getting rid of a lot of their products. This includes the Meebo Blackberry client. They have given notice and it will not officially shut down until July 11th.

Rim discontinuing the 16GB BlackBerry PlayBook?

According to an email that a Crackberry forum member received it looks like RIM is going to be discontinuing the 16GB variant of the BlackBerry PlayBook.  Really this doesn’t come as much of a surprise to us for several reasons.  The main one being that the 16GB version isn’t really suitable for the media hungry […]

Soon To Be No More White Blackberry Bold 9780 At Telus

Telus will no longer carrying the Blackberry Bold 9780 in white. It has shown up on Telus’ internal discontinued list. So if you want one better head to a store or to their site.

AOL IM for BlackBerry to Be AIM for BlackBerry by AOL

With the new update of Native BlackBerry IM Clients Updated to V2.5.108 for Blackberry AOL was not included, As of October 28, 2011, BlackBerry® smartphone users will not be able to download or use AOL® Instant Messenger™ for BlackBerry smartphones, developed by Research In Motion®.