RIM's Curve leads latest phone pitches

Smallest BlackBerry yet doesn't skimp on features. Plus: The Barracuda and more from Nokia.

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The smallest BlackBerry yet doesn't skimp on features. Here's the skinny on Research In Motion's Curve, Nokia's Barracuda and more.

Photos: BlackBerry throws a small Curve

Research In Motion calls on the Curve 8300, a small multimedia phone with full QWERTY keyboard, to appeal to business users and consumers.
May 3, 2007
RIM courts broader market with BlackBerry Curve

Review: RIM BlackBerry Curve

A spiffy design and well-rounded set of features make the Curve an attractive device for consumers and mobile professionals alike.
May 2, 2007
Video: BlackBerry Curve

Photos: Barracuda rides new Nokia wave

Nokia's latest batch of phones includes the thin Barracuda, as well as entry-level handsets designed for developing countries.
May 3, 2007
Nokia unveils slim Barracuda

Surround sound from the phone?

Crave blog Regardless of how well (or poorly) they perform, at least these gadgets won't look as awkward as some snap-on alternatives.
May 3, 2007

Photos: Nokia's N95 smart phone

The N95 is one of the first navigation phones to hit the market. Cell phone makers expect 2007 to be big year for such devices.
May 2, 2007
Next target of cell phone industry: Navigation

Unlocked cell phones: Put more freedom in your handset

CNET Reviews If you're willing to spend the dough, these GSM mobiles come with some distinct advantages.
May 1, 2007

Video: Live baseball on your mobile phone?

MLB's multimedia teams show off capabilities with live games using Microsoft's Silverlight, and give a peek into the future.
May 1, 2007