RIM CEO: Storm Just First Touch Product, Our Push Technology Crushes the Competition

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One of your readers dropped us a link to a great little interview with RIM CEO.

I dont really get into reading a lot of interviews as I think most of the questions ‘skirt’ around what we, as the reader, really want to hear. But this one kept my interest the whole way through. I will let you judge for yourself. Just head over to :   All Review Categories Laptops Cell Phones GPS Camera MP3 Wireless Networking VoIP Software Projecto

Some of the highlights are: 

  • Despite claims that the Storm was rushed to market, Lazaridis says the Storm was thoroughly tested. At the same time, he stressed that this was RIM’s first touch product. (There have been reports that a Storm sequel will feature a new touchscreen interface and Wi-Fi, but Lazaridis wouldn’t comment on future devices.)
  • BlackBerry’s push technology is far superior to its competitors (ahem, iPhone), and its software is tailor-made for true multitasking without sacrificing battery life.
  • RIM is working to improve its browser so it can deliver the full Web experience on more devices.
  • BlackBerry App World is working to offer carrier billing, as opposed to just PayPal, but there’s no ETA.

Courtesy; David B, BlackBerryBlast and LapTopMag.

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    • Ronen manages that and he is on vacation. I’m afraid you will have to wait until next week. I will remember to mention that problem to him.

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