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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 BlackBerry Storm from Etisalat is priced as low as AED 72 per month and is available across all Etisalat Business Centres and retail outlets nationwide.
The BlackBerry Storm will leverage Etisalat's mobile broadband service with coverage of up to 99% of the populated areas to offer a perfect blend of connectivity, flexibility and convenience.
In the Netherlands, Vodafone are also giving the Blackberry Storm away free - this time with a basic contract at EUR44.
Lewis Hamilton launches the new Blackberry Storm at Claridges, in London yesterday Picture: LEWIS WHYLD/PA
The game pack is available for the BlackBerry Storm smartphone and all BlackBerry smartphones with a trackball.
5 that has the potential to put phones based on the Microsoft operating system in the same class as devices such as the iPhone, BlackBerry Storm and T-Mobile G1.
London, Dec 29 (ANI): High-end phone lovers were spoilt for choice in 2008, as the year saw the launch of iconic devices like the iPhone 3G, Google G1, Blackberry Storm and Nokia N97, which in turn had a huge impact on mobile markets.
The surge of interest amongst vendors and carriers in launching apps stores shows no sign of abating, with Verizon Wireless confirming that it will be launching the V CAST Apps Store on March 29th, although support will initially be limited to the BlackBerry Storm and Storm 2.
8 percent of the market, followed by the Blackberry Storm, 7 percent, and Palm's Treo with 6.
Using the 3G network, mobile workers can have an integrated audio and web conferencing experience from the BlackBerry Bold or BlackBerry Storm smartphone.
The BlackBerry Storm model could be regarded as the functional equivalent of the iPhone, although it was not designed with that intention, said David Heit, director of software product management at RIM.
Wrapsol ultra protective film products will be available in the coming weeks for today's most popular devices, including the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, Nexus One, Motorola Droid, Blackberry handsets including the Blackberry Storm 9550, Blackberry Bold 9700 and Blackberry Tour, the Palm Pre Plus and the Sony PSP 3000 and PSP Go.