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Old 09-27-2005, 05:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000347060745/

I found this interesting. Especially considering that the Treo was just announced using Windows Mobile 5.
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Can the blackberry. 7520show TV?
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No, the network is not fast enough to stream video and I don't think the CPU is good enough to decode it.
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blackberry has built a phenomenal success on their products. however what i find extremely frustrating is the way companies dont keep innovating and upgrading FAST enough to keep up with the market. BB should have released the 8700 much earlier. much much earlier they should have announced memory card support, edge/evdo, bluetooth syncing, more wifi enabled sets, more usage for individual users, larger screens, home edition for BES, urging families to keep connected in a simple home VPN kind of a thing and so much more..It hurt so much to see only Windoze powered smartphones yesterday in cnets smartphone roundup...no exciting releases from BB. I hope BB doesnt go the Palm way.
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Hmm a home edition of BES that still requires MS Exchange and MS SQL server?
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