Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 20th Mar 2009 23:31 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless With the mobile operating system market heating up with the upcoming launch of Palm's webOS and version 3.0 of the iPhone's operating system, it pays to take a good look at how the various mobile platforms compare to one another. This is exactly what Engadget has done.
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Comment by pcunite
by pcunite on Sat 21st Mar 2009 17:09 UTC
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I know we choose our phones as an expression of how we like to get work done. For me, it is the BlackBerry 8320 (to be replaced by the 8900 when it comes to AT&T).

Physical keyboard I can easily use while riding (passenger) in a car on a bumpy road.

Physical keyboard allows access to keyboard shortcuts so I don't spend time finding touch points on a screen.

Physical keyboard so that I can start dialing immediately, not tyring to find the keyboard/phone application.

When I don't want my keyboard, voice activation makes it a treat to place a call.

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