BlackBerry -- not the one and only

Anderson, Belinda
July 2006
Finweek;7/6/2006, p64
The article focuses on alternative mobile electronic mail solutions that can be used other than the BlackBerry in South Africa. According to Dobek Pater, telecommunications analyst at Africa Analysis, push technology such as BlackBerry is not necessarily required in order to receive real-time mobile electronic mail. In addition, Pater said that smartphones and pocket computers also incorporate features of the BlackBerry.


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