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BlackBerry abroad, cell phones aloft

The iconic handheld gets fitted out for overseas connections, while airlines mull uses of mobile phones.

The iconic handheld gets fitted out for overseas connections, while airlines mull uses of mobile phones.

Research In Motion and Verizon Wireless unveil a BlackBerry designed to keep a traveler connected in more than 60 countries.

April 25, 2007

JetBlue founder considers text service, but like other airline execs, doesn't like onboard use of cell phones for calls.
April 25, 2007

Aim is to provide unified service that would allow retail customers to use their cell phone as a wireless wallet.
April 25, 2007

reviews Overseas, you'll find more high-end models and better reception--what gives? CNET's Kent German provides some answers.
April 24, 2007

Japan's No. 1 wireless operator unveils cell phone equipped with motion sensor that lets people play games like they can on the Wii.
April 23, 2007

RIM is set to roll out new software that will let users turn smart phones running on Microsoft's Windows Mobile platform into virtual BlackBerrys.
April 22, 2007


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