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Old 03-21-2007, 04:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For what I read in this interview BlackBerryCool Exclusive: Boy Genius interviewed - round 3 there is some info about the 9xxx series... probably suretype.

but anything more? anyone?
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For what I read in this interview BlackBerryCool Exclusive: Boy Genius interviewed - round 3 there is some info about the 9xxx series... probably suretype.

but anything more? anyone?

Hmmmm........ very interesting, especially since I really like SureType....
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RIM isn't missing a beat on putting out these bad boys huh?
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If the 9xxx series is gonna be for the consumer market they are gonna have yo being more to the table than push-email... There is Windows, symbian and the i-ohobr coming... I read BG interviews and is gettin uphill for RIM.
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At some point, there's going to be a limit to how many features you put into a device. I chose my Blackberry because it does things well. No resets (Treo), easy to use, and does what it advertises. I prefer simplicity over having one device that will act as a garage door opener, TV remote, mp3 player, video camcorder, and tazer. Just my two cents.
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At some point, there's going to be a limit to how many features you put into a device. I chose my Blackberry because it does things well. No resets (Treo), easy to use, and does what it advertises. I prefer simplicity over having one device that will act as a garage door opener, TV remote, mp3 player, video camcorder, and tazer. Just my two cents.
You are correct why have a mobile w/ all the "stuff" if you have to reset-it every hour... Other non-RIM users try to make us look as we been had.... when in fact we choose the devices(BB) for 'simplicity" and reliability.
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ok

maybe the garage door opener part is a good idea
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At some point, there's going to be a limit to how many features you put into a device. I chose my Blackberry because it does things well. No resets (Treo), easy to use, and does what it advertises. I prefer simplicity over having one device that will act as a garage door opener, TV remote, mp3 player, video camcorder, and tazer. Just my two cents.
Tazer option on the blackberry would be nice.
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....and a remote control option!
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What about an accelerometer so I can use it to play my Wii? :D
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They need to come out with a phone that is edible. Think about it... the phone company would make a fortune from peoples pets eating their phones
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They need to come out with a phone that is edible. Think about it... the phone company would make a fortune from peoples pets eating their phones
Now the question I ask is ..... why with all my experience... did I FAIL to think of this brilliant idea.

I commend you DJCarbine... you are a very creative force here!

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If the 9xxx series is gonna be for the consumer market they are gonna have yo being more to the table than push-email... There is Windows, symbian and the i-ohobr coming... I read BG interviews and is gettin uphill for RIM.

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