Review: New BlackBerrys cool but can't beat iPhone

Nov 20, 2008 By RACHEL METZ , AP Technology Writer

(AP) -- With the recent releases of three new BlackBerrys across three different wireless providers, Research In Motion Ltd. has fired back at Apple Inc. in the Great Smart Phone Skirmish of 2008.



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out7x
1 / 5 (1) Nov 21, 2008
Looks like AT&T beat Verizon. Verizon network stinks.
MartinMaxwell
not rated yet Nov 23, 2008
Let them fight it out in this medium sized duck-pond called the USA. As far as I'm concerned Blackberry is still pretty crappy compared to the best Nokias, Samsungs and Sony Ericssons.

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