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trueincubus


Member Since: 23rd April 2010
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02nd July 2010

Better Design, Improved Features, and Faster Performance From Curve 8900

RIM's BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the second generation of the company's compact, full-QWERTY messaging smartphone. It features the same basic form factor as the original 8300 series devices, but gets some nicely upgraded features as well as a bit of the Bla...

02nd July 2010

Remember Me

Infused with humor and romance, "Remember Me" tells the unforgettable love story of two young people who learn how important it is to love passionately and live loudly everyday of one's life. Anything can happen at any time. The quote "life is full of sur...

30th June 2010

Fifty Dead Men Walking

Based on the remarkable true story of the British undercover agent who successfully infiltrated the IRA, writer/director Kari Skogland's thriller takes its title from author Martin McGartland's best selling book of the same name. In the 1980s when the Iri...

23rd June 2010

Low End Device For Blackberry Lovers

Blackberry Gemini is one of the Blackberry Curve series, which comes for the middle end smart phones. Different from the previous generations of Blackberry phones, Blackberry Gemini was designed with track pad instead of track ball which has been a part o...

18th June 2010

BlackBerry Pearl 8120 : Enough to Appeal to More Than Just Business Users

The BlackBerry Pearl has gone a long way towards positioning the formerly business-centric handsets closer to consumers. Though the handset requires a monthly subscription to the BlackBerry back end support, the more phone-like form factor and new multime...

17th June 2010

Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of The Crystal Skull

It is the fourth film in the Indiana Jones franchise, created by George Lucas and directed by Steven Spielberg. Released nineteen years after the previous film, the film acknowledges its star Harrison Ford's age by setting itself in 1957. It pays tribute ...