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Microsoft Thinks BlackBerry Is Ripe for Competition

Microsoft introduced Mobile Server this week, hoping to pick BlackBerry's position in the "smartphone" market. And, by the way, we'd like to thank Research In Motion for naming its product BlackBerry and giving us all these great fruit references to use in RCPU. Now let's see whether Mobile Server turns out to be a lemon. (See? It just never stops.)

Posted by Lee Pender on 10/24/2007 at 1:21 PM


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