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  • Review: BlackBerry 8830 World Edition

    What makes the BlackBerry 8830 World Edition an unusual smartphone is the fact that it offers support for both CDMA and GSM cellular-wireless networks. This means that people who use CDMA carriers like Sprint or Verizon can get the 8830 and still ...  Continue Reading

  • Review: BlackBerry Curve

    The BlackBerry Curve, also called the 8300, is one of this company's next generation devices with multimedia capabilities, including playing music and video. It has a built-in QWERTY keyboard and a 320-by-240-pixel (QVGA) display. It also includes a...  Continue Reading

  • Review: BlackBerry 8800

    This cellular-wireless device is large enough to qualify as a handheld, though many might call it a smartphone. It is one of RIM's first models to include significant support for multimedia, including playing video and MP3 files. The BlackBerry 8800...  Continue Reading

  • Apple's iPhone – Could it really have a place in business?

    Apple's mobile handset, announced recently as the iPhone, has a strong consumer attraction but does it have any place in the enterprise? In this column, Simon Forge looks at the business potential for Apple's new iPhone.  Continue Reading

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