Anyone who has owned a BlackBerry knows how it can make your life easier. You don’t have to fetch new e-mail messages. They just show up. And over the past couple of years RIM has done a good job making the designs sleeker and sexier. The fact that they last at least a day longer on a charge than your typical Windows Mobile phone (based on my own tests) doesn’t hurt either. So what could be so bad about a device that delivers your messages in real-time, lets you surf the Web anywhere, keeps your schedule, and keeps you entertained between meetings with a nice game of BrickBreaker? If you’re not careful, it can take over your life.
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