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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 Black-Berry Hub stores all important communication from accounts, services and apps under one hood.
Another careless employee checked their state-issued Black-Berry into their luggage and was then surprised to find the device was missing upon arrival.
And it will read aloud SMS messages received from Android devices and e-mail from Black-Berry systems.
The comment came in response to a statement by the UAE's Telecoms Regulatory Authority (TRA) stating that Black-Berry services "operate beyond the jurisdiction of national legislation".
The boy who, was listening to music, was assaulted by the youth, who made off with a Black-Berry. Call police on 0345 604 3043, ext 69191 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
And a thornless black-berry vine grown over a free-standing wall separates the garden into rooms.
But the dazzling Black-Berry she's been snapped with in London this week was made in a terraced house in Lancashire.
The addition of a touchscreen phone to the Black-Berry line-up, the mainstay of email-addicted executives and managers, is a testament to the effect of the iPhone.
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.
Once inside, Campbell, who was sentenced for hurling a mobile phone said to have been a jewel-encrusted Black-Berry which bashed housekeeper Anna Scolavino on the head, was issued with an orange reflector vest and a pair of work gloves.
The event will be at the Courthouse pub in Black-berry Lane, Stoke Heath, on April 17.