BlackBerry Bold For Dummies

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Wiley, Oct 13, 2009 - Computers - 364 pages
Set up your BlackBerry Bold, get online, get organized, and manage your life

The BlackBerry is the number one smartphone in the corporate world. Feature-rich and complex, the Bold is among the most popular handhelds for business users.

BlackBerry Bold For Dummies covers the GPS, Wi-Fi, mobile streaming, HSDPA network speed, Media Sync, and dozens of other features that make BlackBerry Bold the #1 choice of workers on the go.

  • Shows how to use the QWERTY keyboard and send and receive e-mail and PIN to PIN messages
  • Explains how to manage your calendar, appointments, and contacts on the Bold
  • Provides tips on taking photos, making phone calls, using the Media Player, and surfing the Web
  • Covers interconnecting applications, syncing with your desktop, and getting where you’re going using BlackBerry Maps and GPS
  • Includes practical information about power usage as well as tips on navigating the Bold interface

  • Demonstrates using the enhanced BlackBerry Messenger feature to instant message, chat with groups, check availability of your contacts, and track delivery of your messages

Whether you're new to the BlackBerry family or are upgrading from an earlier BlackBerry model, you'll discover that BlackBerry Bold For Dummies helps you get more done and have more fun with your BlackBerry Bold.

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About the author (2009)

Dante Sarigumba has more than 12 years of experience in developing software on an array of environments, and cohosts a biweekly podcast called Mobile Computing Authority.

Robert Kao has been developing extensively on the BlackBerry handheld platform for an investment bank in New York City.

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