Friday, February 24, 2006

NY Times Goes Back to the Future

"Some corporate and individual users of the Blackberry service have purchased other devices made by Handspring, Nokia and Motorola, but many were expected to rely on R.I.M.'s workaround. Analysts question how quickly R.I.M. would be able to move users to the alternate system, details of which the company has refused to share, and whether it would be as fast and hardy as the company's current technology."
Read the article.
Uh, Handspring?

You mean the company that in 2003 the NY Times reported had been bought and absorbed by Palm?

Yeah, that one.

Good to know that their tech writers are on top of things.

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