Blackberry Storm – a “smarter choice” for business users than iPhone

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Published on: November 25th, 2008 David Haskin

BlackBerry Storm disappoints U.S. reviewer

BlackBerry fans who've been yearning for a touch-based handset à la iPhone now have one, but the BlackBerry Storm - which Verizon Wireless plans to start selling Friday for $250 US with a

Published on: November 21st, 2008 Yardena Arar

Secrets of BlackBerry Storm revealed

All eyes are now on Research In Motion's forthcoming BlackBerry Storm, which is due to be released sometime this month. RIM's new smartphone is one of the strongest contenders to Apple's iPhone popularity.

Published on: November 7th, 2008 Daniel Ionescu

E-voting disaster avoided in U.S. elections

Despite reports all day long about an assortment of e-voting machine problems in several U.S. states, no massive systemic meltdown occurred. Despite widespread pre-election concerns about malfunctioning e-voting hardware, election officials, e-voting activists

Published on: November 6th, 2008 Todd R. Weiss

Microsoft exec describes marvels that lurk beneath Surface

In a few years, the things you put on your coffee table might suddenly be a whole lot more interesting.Imagine instead of flopping that bowl of fake plastic fruit on there, you could

Published on: October 3rd, 2008 Brian Jackson

Leaked Blackberry Storm could top iPhone

Here it is: the first ever BlackBerry with a touchscreen, long anticipated and rumored for the past few months - after all the blurry photos and patchy info. And this time, it looks

Published on: September 18th, 2008 Daniel Ionescu

Candid answers to all your iPhone questions…and then some

Read Part 1 of this story: The unvarnished facts about the iPhoneYou're obviously biased, or a fanboy, or both. What are other people saying about the other touch-screen phones? Ya think? Anyway, here's

Published on: June 4th, 2008 Michael DeAgonia

TechFest: Microsoft’s LucidTouch gives the boot to ‘fat fingers on the touch screen’ problem

If you think the iPhone's touch screen is cool, imagine a device that actually sees, reflects and responds to your fingers touching the back of the device. A prototype of that capability was

Published on: March 6th, 2008 Nancy Gohring