1. macethedon's Avatar
    Planning to purchase the Pearl 3G 9105, want to know if it's compatible.
    04-24-13 02:09 PM
  2. szelim's Avatar
    Yes, it is compatible with both of them.
    macethedon likes this.
    04-24-13 02:15 PM
  3. sad_old_man's Avatar
    Planning to purchase the Pearl 3G 9105, want to know if it's compatible.
    Yes strangely enough its only their company saving top of the range bb10 phones that don't have bridge! Don't ask me why?
    FF22 likes this.
    04-24-13 03:41 PM
  4. Chaddface's Avatar
    T
    Yes strangely enough its only their company saving top of the range bb10 phones that don't have bridge! Don't ask me why?
    As you know BB10 does have the bridge app. It may only be half of the bridge for OS5,6,7 but its there. Introducing BlackBerry Bridge v3.0 for BlackBerry 10 Inside BlackBerry - The Official BlackBerry Blog
    04-24-13 04:32 PM
  5. sad_old_man's Avatar
    TAs you know BB10 does have the bridge app. It may only be half of the bridge for OS5,6,7 but its there. Introducing BlackBerry Bridge v3.0 for BlackBerry 10 Inside BlackBerry - The Official BlackBerry Blog
    Please do me a favour! A link related to more bb bull****!!! I held you in higher esteem than that. You know me I'm simple so I like to keep things simple. What about sms, messaging, BBM, notes, calendar that were all wiped away and bb said absolutely nothing about it. The only way to find out what they had done was to upgrade your contract to a bb10 handset and then spend the next two years of it reading a feeble readme note that says "bridge doesn't work anymore". Sorry and I don't want to abuse this thread but 'THAT IS COMPLETE AND UTTER IGNORANCE' on bb part.
    dphjeff, FF22 and Barracuda7772 like this.
    04-24-13 04:45 PM
  6. FF22's Avatar
    Please do me a favour! A link related to more bb bull****!!! I held you in higher esteem than that. You know me I'm simple so I like to keep things simple. What about sms, messaging, BBM, notes, calendar that were all wiped away and bb said absolutely nothing about it. The only way to find out what they had done was to upgrade your contract to a bb10 handset and then spend the next two years of it reading a feeble readme note that says "bridge doesn't work anymore". Sorry and I don't want to abuse this thread but 'THAT IS COMPLETE AND UTTER IGNORANCE' on bb part.
    THANK YOU. Someone does have to occasionally call them on their ineptitude or, if nothing else, their feeble attempt to explain away the almost total crippling of the Bridge functions when viewed from their newest, Corporate-Saving BB10 devices. Complete BS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    04-24-13 06:53 PM
  7. Chaddface's Avatar
    Please do me a favour! A link related to more bb bull****!!! I held you in higher esteem than that. You know me I'm simple so I like to keep things simple. What about sms, messaging, BBM, notes, calendar that were all wiped away and bb said absolutely nothing about it. The only way to find out what they had done was to upgrade your contract to a bb10 handset and then spend the next two years of it reading a feeble readme note that says "bridge doesn't work anymore". Sorry and I don't want to abuse this thread but 'THAT IS COMPLETE AND UTTER IGNORANCE' on bb part.
    Like it or not, saying that BB10 doesn't have a bridge app is just false. That all I'm saying.
    kbz1960 likes this.
    04-24-13 10:13 PM
  8. bambinoitaliano's Avatar
    Yes strangely enough its only their company saving top of the range bb10 phones that don't have bridge! Don't ask me why?
    Because Z10 is a smarter phone. When it's that smart you don't need to work with another device.
    sad_old_man likes this.
    04-25-13 07:21 AM
  9. sad_old_man's Avatar
    Because Z10 is a smarter phone. When it's that smart you don't need to work with another device.
    Trust me to get the only two dumb ones then! Just my luck?
    04-25-13 11:48 AM
  10. bambinoitaliano's Avatar
    Trust me to get the only two dumb ones then! Just my luck?
    Two Z's cancel each other out. Basic math my friend.
    sad_old_man likes this.
    04-25-13 07:03 PM
  11. sad_old_man's Avatar
    Two Z's cancel each other out. Basic math my friend.
    It's maths cat, maths not math! What are they teaching young kittens these days?
    04-26-13 08:33 AM
  12. bambinoitaliano's Avatar
    It's maths cat, maths not math! What are they teaching young kittens these days?
    Let me sharpen my claws ... talons..... Dont make a kitty, kitten, catty math, maths...mad...............
    04-26-13 09:55 AM
  13. Wongsky's Avatar
    It's maths cat, maths not math! What are they teaching young kittens these days?
    I predict you're going to simply love America.

    "Rowley Birkin in New York", wonder if Sting is up for a special version of his song...
    04-26-13 10:02 AM
  14. FF22's Avatar
    It's maths cat, maths not math! What are they teaching young kittens these days?
    Well, digression seems to be the watchword, therefore, from wiki:

    "Math or Maths?
    by Simon Kewin

    Is “math” or “maths” the correct word to use as the shortened or colloquial form of the word mathematics? The answer is that it depends on where you are.

    To North American speakers of English, the word to use is “math”, as in “I majored in math”, and “maths” would sound wrong. Speakers of British English, however, would always say “maths”, as in “I took a degree in maths”. They would never say “math”.

    There are logical arguments for both spellings. The word “mathematics” can be considered as a singular and as a plural noun. Both the Oxford and the Merriam-Webster dictionaries say the word is plural – hence the s on the end – but also that it is usually used as if it was a singular noun. So, most people would say “mathematics is my best subject” and not “mathematics are my best subject”. The shortened form “maths”, then, makes sense because the word is still a plural noun and so should still have the “s” on the end. On the other hand, it could be argued, “math” makes sense because it seems wrong to remove the letters “ematic” from the middle of the word and leave the final “s”.

    There are a number of other plural nouns that are used as if they were singular – for example economics, ethics, politics, gymnastics, measles and dominoes. These words, however, are not habitually shortened, making math/maths rather an unusual word.

    It’s sometimes surprising how much argument and disagreement small differences such as that single letter can make. Readers in the UK, for example, sometimes get very upset if someone writes “math” rather than “maths”. No doubt the reverse is true in the US. In practice, it’s simply worth being aware of the geographical differences so that you can use the correct form of the word in your writing."
    04-26-13 12:33 PM
  15. glamrlama's Avatar
    I was told there would be no maths. Sorry math. Uh. Dang! Now I'm not sure.
    04-26-13 07:25 PM

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