RIM CEO: AT&T still testing delayed BlackBerry

October 3, 2008 By PETER SVENSSON , AP Technology Writer

(AP) -- A delayed top-of-the-line BlackBerry phone from Research in Motion Ltd. is still undergoing testing by AT&T Inc., and RIM's co-CEO implied that the carrier wants to avoid the chorus of complaints about performance that greeted the new iPhone this summer.



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My source says they have questions about whether it's addictive..

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