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The SJMN has its version of the BlackBerry contingency story today.

THUMB-TYPISTS ON EDGE [SJMN, 1.30.2006]
USERS FEARFUL OF A WORLD WITHOUT E-MAIL AND PHONE DEVICE

BlackBerry's patent problems have the ``always-on'' crowd fretting: How can they avoid being unconnected if the Blackberry's legal dispute disrupts their ``e-mail everywhere'' lifestyle?

From now until Feb. 24 -- when a federal judge is expected to issue a ruling in the patent fight -- users of the BlackBerry e-mail and phone device are nervously wondering if they'll have to find an alternative.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jan 30, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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