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RIM Emulates Blackberry On Windows Mobile

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Apr 23, 2007, 12:53 AM   by (staff)

RIM today announced that they will bring the entire Blackberry application suite to Windows Mobile 6. Users of new Microsoft smartphones will be able to launch a program that will contain all the Blackberry applications including the browser, inbox, phone, custom enterprise applications and more. Once this environment is running, the device will look and act like a Blackberry, however as with any other application, users will be able to switch to the built in Windows Mobile applications instantly. AT&T is working with RIM on the project and will support subscribers who run the software when it becomes available.

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Apr 23, 2007, 7:36 AM

now what?

now i'll have to figure out if there will be a device that will replace my pearl. Smile

it's everything i need, but it doesn't stream windows media. if i could combine blackberry email, slim design, good camera, ptt, and windows media - that would be phenominal
Well, if your smart enough to be with Cingular, everything you mentioned, including ptt, is available on the Cingular 8525, I'd be just a tad hesitate though to refer to it as a slim design though.
The problem with devices that try to do too much is that they end up doing nothing very well... Emulations usually run slow and might be buggy so they probably won't have the full suite of software. Anyone remember trying to run the Palm emulator on W...

Apr 23, 2007, 7:15 AM

Something To Drool Over

Drooling This is a great thing, it can brings the two interfaces togeather on one device. Love it. Drooling
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