Posts Tagged ‘BlackBerry’

Resturant Search

Monday, August 27th, 2012

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How to Send a Ringtone to Your Phone

Saturday, August 18th, 2012

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Learn how to send a ringtone to your phone through your e-mail with these steps.

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Step 1: Download ringtone
Download a free ringtone from the internet or use a snippet of a song or audio file already saved on your computer.

Tip
Make sure the song snippet is a small file–usually it’ll need to be less than 1 megabyte.

Step 2: Establish e-mail address
Establish your cellphone’s MMS e-mail address, which is your ten digit phone number, including area code, followed by the MMS extension of your cellphone carrier.

Tip
If you’re still unsure of your MMS extension, simply send a picture message from your phone to your e-mail address. The phone’s full e-mail address will display in the header.

Step 3: Compose message
Compose a message from your e-mail account and address it to your cellphone’s MMS e-mail address.

Step 4: Attach ringtone
Browse your computer for the ringtone, which should be located in iTunes or your other audio, sound, or music files. Attach it to the e-mail and send it to your phone.

Step 5: Open text
Open the message once it reaches your phone. Select Options from your phone’s menu and opt to save the file as a ringtone or, if that choice is not available, save as an audio or sound file. You can then save it as a ringtone. Then enjoy the dulcet tones emanating from your cell.

Did You Know?
A survey found that 61 percent of mobile shoppers bought a ringtone or app in 2010.

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Go Mobile! Trace your fish with a smart phone

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

restaurant on smartphone Thanks to Thisfish’s mobile website, it’s now easier than ever to discover the story of your seafood while on the go. Whether in a restaurant or grocery store, you can quickly trace your catch at the touch of a button. Watch our quick demo video.

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How to Practice Proper Cell Phone Etiquette

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

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Practice cell phone etiquette, please. Thank you.

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Step 1: Don’t answer your phone
Don’t answer your phone and start chatting away if you are in the middle of an in-person conversation. If you’re expecting an important call, set your phone to vibrate, and then excuse yourself and go elsewhere to chat if the call comes in.

Step 2: Answer your phone
If you are not near enough to your phone to answer it within three rings, silence the ringer or turn it off — especially at the office.

Step 3: Don’t assume it’s off
If a phone rings somewhere inappropriate, like in a theater or during a church service, double check that it’s not yours, even if you’re “positive” you turned it off or silenced it.

Step 4: Rethink your ring tone
Rethink your ring tone. Consider whether the volume or song snippet you chose might disturb some people. If it might, set your phone to vibrate.

Step 5: Show some consideration
Keep your voice down and the conversation brief when speaking on your cell phone in public. If you have to shout to be heard, make the call elsewhere. Never curse or talk about intimate matters when you’re out and about.

Step 6: Keep your checking in check
Keep your message-checking in check when you’re with others by setting time limits; say, one peek per hour.

Step 7: Don’t dine and phone
If you must use your phone during a meal, excuse yourself to do so. Don’t leave it on the table, lighting up with alerts; and don’t sneak it underneath the tablecloth to check messages or sports scores.

Step 8: Don’t talk and drive
Don’t talk and drive. It annoys 61 percent of your fellow motorists, even though over half of all drivers admit using a cell phone while driving.

Tip
Cell phone use — even if you are using a hands-free device — also quadruples your risk of a collision.

Step 9: Don’t drink and dial
Don’t call anyone after you’ve had a few too many. It’s never a good idea.

Did You Know?
Most Americans are opposed to lifting the ban on cell phone use during flights, according to numerous surveys.

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Zomato on the BlackBerry Smartphone and PlayBook

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

restaurant on smartphone Download the Zomato BlackBerry PlayBook App here — http://bit.ly/ZomPB1 and the Zomato BlackBerry Smartphone App here — http://bit.ly/ZoMb1b

Meet the team behind the Zomato BlackBerry App!

From the corner takeaway to the swankiest restaurants in town, the Zomato BlackBerry app provides foodies with all the info that they need, as their appetite calls.

Including restaurant cuisines, menus, reviews, ratings, contacts and more, watch the video to know more on how the developers at Zomato.com use the BlackBerry platform to better guide every palate.

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