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February 12, 2008 by

Is 2008 the year of the BlackBerry-killer?

In 2005, Canadian wireless company Research in Motion (RIM) came from relative obscurity to steal a global lead in e-mail equipped mobile devices with its BlackBerry. Could 2008 be the year that BlackBerry falls off its perch?

March 28, 2007 by

BlackBerry 8800

RIM's latest offers several improvements to its predecessor, including GPS and the Pearl trackwheel, although it doesn't support 3G.

October 9, 2006 by

Smart device sales soar

Analysts call for more enterprise-grade voice-centric devices, as the distinction between PDAs and smartphones becomes blurred

September 11, 2006 by

Consumer BlackBerry by Christmas: RIM

Research In Motion is eyeing a pre-Christmas date for the local launchof the BlackBerry Pearl, its first shift away from the enterprisemarket into the broader personal digital assistant (PDA) and smartphonespace.Daniel Hicks, carrier relationship and sales manager forRIM Australia, said that while no dates had been finalised, the companywas keen to launch the device, which incorporates a 1.

February 26, 2006 by

First Take: BlackBerry 8700

The BlackBerry 8700 series is ideal for mobile professionals who require always-on e-mail access, but it's not so good for non-business users.

December 8, 2005 by

I want my BlackBerry

Commentary-- Attorney Eric Sinrod hopes that the courts won't take away his PDA. If they do, will he and others flock to RIM competitors?

June 20, 2005 by

Expect a 'serious' mobile phone virus in 2008

Security experts have said that enterprises will not have to worry about a large scale virus outbreak affecting their 'smart' mobile phones and PDAs for another 18 months. However, after that, even anti-virus software is unlikely to help.

November 27, 2002 by

Wireless email: Many choices

Getting email to employees on the go requires a balancing act between unfettered access and security, and the flexibility to support myriad devices. Here's what's available, and what it integrates with


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