I think it is funny to read about the whole Blackberry thing, where it might get shut off. I can see all the CEO’s running around worried they might lose their emails. I think if the majority of people who used a Blackberry had the experience to use a Pocket PC phone running Windows Mobile, or even a Treo running Palm, they would throw their Blackberry’s out. Using a Blackberry is like using Itunes. You get stuck to their server (or hack to get it working with out, with twice the overhead). A device like a Pocket PC 6700 from Sprint – Windows Mobile, built in wifi, bluetooth, and then with Sprint’s EV-DO internet, you are money in the bank. And since it is running a form of Windows, it is easier for developers to create programs that will run on the platform.
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