Who’s Going To Be The Gooseberry Then?

Who’s Going To Be The Gooseberry Then?
technology

Everybody seems to have them: in the airport VIP lounge, waving a cab down and at that posh restaurant: those little black boxes with a wire for your ear. No,...

Guy Brighton
  • 3 august 2004

Everybody seems to have them: in the airport VIP lounge, waving a cab down and at that posh restaurant: those little black boxes with a wire for your ear. No, we’re not talking about Bill Gates’ fightback against iPod: we’re talking about the ultraportable e-mail device, the BlackBerry. But thanks to a Silicon Valley start-up software company called Good Technology the New York Times argues will make the need-large-hands-held BlackBerry’s future dim.

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