Enough with all the buzz about "killing" the iPhone, already! Every smartphone has its merits, and not every company is out to steal Apple's thunder. For example: Nokia has the amazing N96 camera phone (and a forthcoming 5800 touch phone) and T-Mobile and HTC have focused on an operating system from Google that extends the power of the G1. Likewise, Research in Motion (better known as RIM), the Canadian company that makes the BlackBerry line of smartphones, has cornered the market on thumb-clicking business users. Yet, in an odd turn, its latest handset - the BlackBerry Storm - is a stark departure. Designed with both consumers and business users in mind, it's a very powerful piece of kit. However, an awkward capacitive touchscreen proves a major Achilles heel on an otherwise well-crafted device.