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Now I won’t go into whether or not the latest RIM handset is ready for iPhone comparison, but I will suggest that RIM has finally come to the beneficial conclusion that consumer orientated handsets with business capabilities are a definite win / win. That being said let’s get to the the specs on the 8300 a.k.a. the BlackBerry Curve.
Friday the FCC approved the mega-merger between communication companies BellSouth and ATT (formerly known as SBC). Immediately following the FCC approval ATT gave statement on how the merger will impact both companies. One major change which will surely get the attention of mobile users is the rebranding of Cingular.
The battle for our mobile attention is heating up. Cingular Wireless has joined the likes of Amp’d and Helio by allowing its’ customers greater access to personalized online services.
In particular Cingular has partnered with ATT and Yahoo!. Yahoo! Go Mobile is the result and the idea is to allow customers access to photos, address books, IM accounts and email.
The service from Cingular will be available for an additional fee and will feature on the Nokia 6682 mobile phone. A great review of the of the Nokia can be found at Phonescoop