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Riot_Act

Apr 18, 2013, 7:54 PM

Save contacts from a blackberry storm 9530

A friend of mine has one of these old phones and asked me how to save his contacts. I've not used blackberry OS that much and I honestly have no idea of how to do this.
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tgc1980

Apr 20, 2012, 10:13 PM

Why is this form so dead?

We finally get a BlackBerry forum, but no one's using it? I'm not sure not everyone's gone to Android or iPhone??
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adam2106

Mar 11, 2013, 7:17 PM

Blackberry starting to gain some market share

They have started to gain market share in the worldwide markets, added some new customers in the health field as well as the German Government. Later in this month, they are going to be coming out with the Z10 and that should be a hit. Regardless of its small market share all they need is an increase of 2-3% in market share to gain some momentum. They will also provide an update to the playbook and perhaps release a tablet. This is do or die for the company.
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Trismegistus

Oct 6, 2012, 5:08 PM

Somebody has monopolized this forum.

And the DOJ frowns on that.
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ihuaqi

May 8, 2012, 3:32 AM

Blackberry 8520 silicone case

Is there any friend can recommend one good website ? i want to buy one durable and unique blackberry 8520 silicone case
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MJimene25

May 5, 2012, 11:46 AM

has any one used a blackberry app for medical learning ?

it would be nice to include the following http://www.khake.com/page91.html
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MJimene25

May 14, 2012, 3:54 PM

has any one one made there own cicuit

see this link and tel me what you think http://easytech123.com/pcb/pcb.htm
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MJimene25

May 12, 2012, 9:25 AM

getting your transcript

they should make an app http://www.ed.gov.nl.ca/edu/k12/highschool/tr anscripts.html
MJimene25

May 11, 2012, 10:36 AM

i havent sin any intervie app

I would like an app that helps with interviews. to in clude the following :
by http://www.quintcareers.com/sample_behavioral .html


Free Sample Behavioral Interview Questions for Job-Seekers

We've pulled together a list of common behavioral-interview questions.


One of the keys to success in interviewing is practice, so we encourage you to take the time to work out answers to these questions using one of the suggested methods, such as the STAR approach.
Be sure not to memorize answers; the key to interviewing success is simply being prepared for the questions and having a mental outline to follow in responding to each question. For more tips, read our article, Behavioral Interviewing Strategies.
Looking for some sample excellen...
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MJimene25

May 7, 2012, 3:30 PM

japanesse app should include

Kanji was introduced to Japan nearly 2,000 years ago. It is said that 50,000 kanji characters exist, though only about 5,000 to 10,000 are commonly used. After W.W.II, the Japanese government designated 1,945 basic characters as "Joyo Kanji (commonly used kanji)," which is used in textbooks and official writings. In Japan, one learns about the 1006 basic characters from "Joyo Kanji," in elementary school. A lot of time is spent at school learning kanji.

It would be very helpful for you to learn all the Joyo Kanji, but the basic 1,000 characters are sufficient to read about 90% of the kanji used in a newspaper (about 60% with 500 characters). Since children's books use less kanji, they would be a good resource to practice your reading.

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MJimene25

May 4, 2012, 12:09 PM

The Java Virtual Machine

Machine language consists of very simple instructions that can be executed directly by the CPU of a computer. Almost all programs, though, are written in high-level programming languages such as Java, Pascal, or C++. A program written in a high-level language cannot be run directly on any computer. First, it has to be translated into machine language. This translation can be done by a program called a compiler. A compiler takes a high-level-language program and translates it into an executable machine-language program. Once the translation is done, the machine-language program can be run any number of times, but of course it can only be run on one type of computer (since each type of computer has its own individual machine language). If the ...
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MJimene25

May 5, 2012, 11:49 AM

Mycoplasmas

Mycoplasmas

Mycoplasmas are neither gram-positive nor gram-negative bacteria. Although they do not have a cell wall of peptidoglycan, mycoplasmas have a sterol-packed (sterols are like cholesterol) cell membrane that protects them from the environment.

Because mycoplasmas lack cell walls, antibiotics like penicillin and cephalosporin that target the biosynthesis of bacterial murein are ineffective. The antibiotics tetracycline and erythromycin are also powerless in that they aim to hurt bacterial ribosomes that make the peptidoglycan components.

Mycoplasmas can be described as pleomorphic because they do not have a rigid shape. They can stretch and change their shape because they lack murein or peptidoglycan in their cell walls. In ...
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MJimene25

May 5, 2012, 11:48 AM

Gram-negative

Both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria have a cell wall made up of peptidoglycan and a phospholipid bilayer with membrane-spanning proteins. However, gram-negative bacteria have a unique outer membrane, a thinner layer of peptidoglycan, and a periplasmic space between the cell wall and the membrane. In the outer membrane, gram-negative bacteria have lipopolysaccharides (LPS), porin channels, and murein lipoprotein all of which gram-positive bacteria lack.

As opposed to gram-positive cells, gram-negative cells are resistant to lysozyme and penicillin attack. The gram-negative outer membrane which contains LPS, an endotoxin, blocks antibiotics, dyes, and detergents protecting the sensitive inner membrane and cell wall.

LPS is sign...
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MJimene25

May 5, 2012, 11:47 AM

Gram-positive

Gram-positive bacteria differ from gram-negative bacteria in the structure of their cell walls. The cell walls of gram-positive bacteria are made up of twenty times as much murein or peptidoglycan than gram-negative bacteria. These complex polymers of sugars and amino acids cross-link and layer the cell wall.

The thick outer matrix of peptidoglycan, teichoic acid, polysaccharides, and other proteins serve a number of purposes, including membrane transport regulation, cell expansion, and shape formation.

Almost all bacteria can be classified as gram-positive or gram-negative. The classification relies on the positive or negative results from Gram’s staining method, which uses complex purple dye and iodine. Because gram-positive bacter...
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MJimene25

May 4, 2012, 12:12 PM

Objects and Object-oriented Programming

Programs must be designed. No one can just sit down at the computer and compose a program of any complexity. The discipline called software engineering is concerned with the construction of correct, working, well-written programs. The software engineer tries to use accepted and proven methods for analyzing the problem to be solved and for designing a program to solve that problem.

During the 1970s and into the 80s, the primary software engineering methodology was structured programming. The structured programming approach to program design was based on the following advice: To solve a large problem, break the problem into several pieces and work on each piece separately; to solve each piece, treat it as a new problem which can itself be b...
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MJimene25

May 4, 2012, 12:11 PM

Fundamental Building Blocks of Programs

There are two basic aspects of programming: data and instructions. To work with data, you need to understand variables and types; to work with instructions, you need to understand control structures and subroutines. You'll spend a large part of the course becoming familiar with these concepts.

A variable is just a memory location (or several locations treated as a unit) that has been given a name so that it can be easily referred to and used in a program. The programmer only has to worry about the name; it is the compiler's responsibility to keep track of the memory location. The programmer does need to keep in mind that the name refers to a kind of "box" in memory that can hold data, even if the programmer doesn't have to know where in m...
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MJimene25

May 4, 2012, 12:08 PM

The Fetch and Execute Cycle

The Fetch and Execute Cycle: Machine Language

A computer is a complex system consisting of many different components. But at the heart -- or the brain, if you want -- of the computer is a single component that does the actual computing. This is the Central Processing Unit, or CPU. In a modern desktop computer, the CPU is a single "chip" on the order of one square inch in size. The job of the CPU is to execute programs.

A program is simply a list of unambiguous instructions meant to be followed mechanically by a computer. A computer is built to carry out instructions that are written in a very simple type of language called machine language. Each type of computer has its own machine language, and the computer can directly execute a prog...
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MJimene25

May 3, 2012, 5:43 PM

java programing first lesson

computer is a complex system consisting of many different components. But at the heart -- or the brain, if you want -- of the computer is a single component that does the actual computing. This is the Central Processing Unit, or CPU. In a modern desktop computer, the CPU is a single "chip" on the order of one square inch in size. The job of the CPU is to execute programs.

A program is simply a list of unambiguous instructions meant to be followed mechanically by a computer. A computer is built to carry out instructions that are written in a very simple type of language called machine language. Each type of computer has its own machine language, and the computer can directly execute a program only if the program is expressed in that langua...
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tinabaron

Apr 30, 2012, 12:06 AM

Black berry 9810 Torch AT&T, Zinc Grey

Price : $518.00

Manufacturer BlackBerry
Model 9810
Condition New
Stock Status Currently Stocked Item
What's in the box? Unlocked phone, Battery, Original charger, Adaptor plug, Australian wall charger, Wired handsfree
Expected Release Date N/A
Network Band GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, 3G 850 (NextG/Vodafone 850/US3G), 3G 1900, 3G 2100
Recommended Networks Optus 2G, Telstra 2G, Vodafone 3G 2100, Optus 3G 2100, Telstra NextG, Vodafone 3G 850, Three, Vodafone 2G
Sim Size N/A
Handset branding AT&T (US)
3G Yes
Next G Compatible Yes
Telstra 4G Compatible N/A
Form Factor Slide, Touchscreen, QWERTY
Height 111 mm (closed)
Width 62 mm
Thickness 14.6 mm
Weight 161 g
Volume No
Screen Size (Diagonal) 3.2 inches
Screen Reso...
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Steve Jobes

Dec 19, 2011, 3:09 PM

If ya ain't furst

ya last.
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