Apple's iPhone is twice as reliable as BlackBerry and Palm Treo, a study finds
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Food fight! As if it could have turned into anything else instantly, the fanboy hordes are storming the castle gates at enthusiast sites around the web with prognostications and opinions based more on emotion than anything resembling facts that Apple's just-announced iPhone is (take your pick):
I was browsing the news feeds today and ran across the name NTP so I popped open and checked out the CNET article. You may remember NTP as they were the company that sued RIM for patent infringements on their BlackBerry devices. It seems that NTP isn't content with the settlement they received from RIM and now appear to be targeting the Palm Treo.
Palm looks set to announce the availability of RIM's BlackBerry Connect (BBC) push-e-mail and calendar software to Australian users of the Palm Treo 650 handheld. In a media invitation to Palm's "first in Australia" launch briefing to be held on Thursday April 27, Palm says it "will be launching a significant new solution for the Treo, which promises to provide users with…an even more powerful and compelling mobile computing solution.
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