Nokia to kick BlackBerry's butt?

Posted on Friday, September 16 2005 @ 12:30 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Nokia has unveiled a new mobile e-mail product to compete with RIM's BlackBerry and similar products a few days ago, bringing mobile e-mail to the masses, according to Bob Brace from Nokia.
Its e-mail product, called Nokia Business Center, is meant for workers without access to company e-mail when they are away from their office computers, a market that comprises most of the 650 million company in-boxes Nokia estimates exist around the world.

The e-mail software would initially be available on a handful of Nokia models, but Mr. Brace said cellphones and other devices made by competitors would be compatible in the future "as the market dictates."
More details at NY Times

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