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engadget is reporting today that RIM is working on a Blackberry PDA that will operate on the Verizon EV DO network. EV DO is a high speed wireless technology that Verizon has been rolling out a few cities at a time over the last year as […]

Blackberryengadget is reporting today that RIM is working on a Blackberry PDA that will operate on the Verizon EV DO network. EV DO is a high speed wireless technology that Verizon has been rolling out a few cities at a time over the last year as the network is installed. The Verizon EV DO provides download speeds in the 200 – 300 Kpbs range and I’ve been waiting for it to hit Houston. This would be a real coup for both RIM and Verizon to have a Blackberry operating on the Verizon network. engadget is claiming a February 2005 release.(via engadget)

  1. Beiks and LWW Deliver Popular Medical Dictionary and Doctors Reference Titles via BlackBerry

    Beiks LLC, the world leader in reference and language titles for mobile devices, and Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins (LWW), a top publisher in the healthcare industry, have teamed to provide anytime/anywhere access to medical reference information to users of the BlackBerry(r) platform developed by Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM). By providing access to medical dictionaries and other reference works via BlackBerry, Beiks and LWW have delivered on the promise of mobile access to medical reference information on one of the most popular wireless connectivity platforms in the healthcare industry.

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