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Abhik Sen: Us QWERTY junkies

When I pull out my BlackBerry, Im met with the look of pity once reserved for those pulling up in a battered Premier Padmini at a five-star hotel

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Abhik Sen: Us QWERTY junkies

When I pull out my BlackBerry, Im met with the look of pity once reserved for those pulling up in a battered Premier Padmini at a five-star hotel

One’s always waiting for the next best thing. But for those of us hooked on BlackBerrys, the wait seems endless, as we stoically endure Research In Motion’s (RIM’s) misadventures the past few years. Perhaps salvation is in sight with BlackBerry 10, releasing globally on January 30. Perhaps, with BB10, RIM will finally solve all its woes (and that of users in love with their BlackBerry devices). >
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