A user manual for the PlayBook, the professional grade tablet that is very portable (at 7 inches vs the competition’s 10 inches) and gives you access to your BlackBerry’s contacts, calendar, and email. 300 pages.
BlackBerry Pearl 3G for Dummies, Robert Kao, (- 2011)
A user guide. 302 pages.
Disconnect – The Truth about Cell Phone Radiation, What the Industry Has Done to Hide It, and How to Protect your Family, Devra Davis, 2010
You do use an earpiece, don’t you? Reading this book will convince you. Hardcover, 250 pages.
BlackBerry All-in-one for Dummies, Tim Calabro, Wiley, 2010
This is mostly a user manual, though there is a chapter introducing app development. 600 pages.
BlackBerry – The inside Story of Research in Motion, Rod McQueen, Key Porter, 2010
Here is RIM’s history. Well written by a journalist. Hardcover, 300 pages.
BlackBerry Planet – The Story of Research in Motion and the Little Device That Took the World by Storm, Alastair Sweeny, Wiley, 2009
Here is the story of RIM, and how it has come to be one of the top makers of smart-phones. Hardcover, 250 pages.
The BlackBerry Diaries – Adventures in Modern Motherhood, Kathy Buckworth, Key Porter, 2009
This slim, chatty book will get you laughing if you use a PDA. It is also useful to mobile programmers, who will get a window into the world of a PDA user.
Pro Smartphone Cross-platform Development Iphone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, and Android Development and Distribution, Sarah Allen, – 2010
This book for programmers has a useful introduction to Rhomobile, Phonegap and Titanium Mobile.
How to Do Everything – Blackberry Storm2, Joli Ballew, McGraw-Hill, 2010
A user guide for the underrated Storm. 200 pages.