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TECHGEEK Weekly 28: The War Against Buttons

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So it turns out, our “Powered by” gets crude when I do it. Anyway, we cover the Verizon iPhone 4, Vodafone’s massive security fail and MySpace being sold off? Oh, and find out how ChatRoulette (remember that) is making some dough from an unlikely source. Stewart is sick for this episode – so officially ending his perfect attendance record. And Tom is doing the recording, and he expresses his outrage […]

Verizon says 1 million BlackBerry Storms sold

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So, even though the phone’s review have been abysmal (to say the least), Verizon has said that it has sold 1 million units of the BlackBerry Storm, even though a story from the WSJ said that it was on a bumpy, but “promising, start in its first quarter on sale. Good job RIM, now what about those figures around the world?

BlackBerry Storm to hit Vodafone, Verizon – coming to Australia “later this year”

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Research in Motion has announced the BlackBerry Storm, known as Codename Thunder, and will be made available in the US via Verizon and in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and India via Vodafone. The new 3G phone is a competitor to the iPhone, and will be the first BlackBerry to come with a touchscreen. While the exclusive agreements have not be revealed, pricing and availability have yet to be confirmed, meaning […]

Optus shows off Bold plans

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It has been confirmed the Optus, Vodafone and Telstra will sell the Blackberry Bold, but only Optus and Telstra have confirmed plans. The Optus plans will have the phone at the earliest on August 20 for $10 a month over a 24 month contract under its Blackberry $79 cap plan. The Blackberry features a half-VGA display, Wi-Fi, MicroSD card slot and a two-megapixel camera with a flash. It also features […]