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Blackberry

A mobile phone with access to e-mail and the Internet as well as online faxing. Its modern model was introduced in 2002. It is commonly used in business and other professional communication because it allows portable access to e-mail.
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The Bold also boasts the best display on a Black-Berry so far: Its half-VGA (480 x 320 resolution) colour LCD is fused to the undersurface of the lens which, say BlackBerry, makes for vibrant and razor sharp images.
Around 300 North Wales officers were handed up-to-the-minute Black-Berry mobile devices to carry out quick checks on suspects.
Officers were called to Lyng Hall School, in Black-berry Lane, Stoke Heath, after a male teacher suffered minor head injuries.
It is being squeezed in the low end market by Asian manufacturers such as ZTE and in the high end by the makers of smartphones such as the iPhone and Research in Motion's Black-Berry devices.
Dougie told me at this week's Black-Berry bash: "I'm definitely the best mover in McFly but I can't teach Harry any of my moves as I've got an injury.
One laptop was lost while a staff member was travelling and a Black-Berry was misplaced en route to Dublin Airport.
The move is the latest attempt by mobile firms to grab a slice of the market dominated by Research In Motion, maker of the Black-Berry email service.
Philip Sherriff, 37, from Preston in Lancashire, died on Sunday morning after being struck by a bottle on Tuesday at a party hosted by his employer, smartphone company Black-Berry.
I want to apologise to all the Black-Berry customers we have let down.
At closing time, she got a call on her Black-Berry - and the girls jumped in a cab to continue the party.
Black-berry, Rose, Echin-acea, Ginger and Marjoram combine to increase fertility and restore libido.
But the dazzling Black-Berry she's been snapped with in London this week was made in a terraced house in Lancashire.