RIM BlackBerry 6710 (AT&T) review:
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RIM BlackBerry 6710 (AT&T) review:

intro Research In Motion’s BlackBerry has long been the gold standard for corporate wireless e-mail devices, but its transition to smart phone hasn’t been entirely smooth. The latest stage of its evolution brings us the 6710, a GSM world phone featuring strong battery life, solid organizer functions, and basic online capabilities. In exchange for that…

BlackBerry 8700c (AT&T) review:
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BlackBerry 8700c (AT&T) review:

RIM BlackBerry 8700c Despite Research in Motion’s legal woes, the company continues to produce some of today’s most popular mobile e-mail devices. In fact, RIM’s BlackBerry devices lead the pack of handheld shipments, while Palm, Dell, and HP fall behind; there are even reports of a phenomenon called BlackBerry thumbs. Well, CrackBerry addicts, get your…

BlackBerry 8700g (T-Mobile) review:
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BlackBerry 8700g (T-Mobile) review:

RIM BlackBerry 8700g Ever since the Research in Motion-vs.-NTP battle escalated, we haven’t heard too much from RIM in terms of product announcements–until now. Along with T-Mobile, RIM introduced the BlackBerry 8700g at CTIA this year, replacing the BlackBerry 7290 and sprucing up T-Mobile’s smart-phone lineup. Like its cousin, the BlackBerry 8700c for Cingular, the…

BlackBerry 8703e (Verizon Wireless) review:
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BlackBerry 8703e (Verizon Wireless) review:

We imagine a few CrackBerry addicts and messaging fanatics rejoiced when Verizon Wireless announced the availability of the RIM BlackBerry 8703e during the fall CTIA 2006 show. Similar to the BlackBerry 8700g for T-Mobile and the BlackBerry 8700c BlackBerry 8700c for Cingular, the 8703e features a full 35-key QWERTY keyboard and famed push technology for…

BlackBerry 8830 – black (Sprint) review:
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BlackBerry 8830 – black (Sprint) review:

Editor’s note: Portions of this review were taken from our evaluation of the RIM BlackBerry 8830 for Verizon Wireless, as the two devices share a similar design and feature set. This review has been updated with the correct SAR rating. We apologize for the previous error. Up until now, globe-trotting Sprint customers may have felt…