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The live video-streaming boxing match enters a new round today with Qik counter-punching an alpha for select BlackBerry handsets. Those of us sitting ringside saw a similar function land a right-hook on the BlackBerry Pearl and Curve through software from Next2Friends. Any corner manager worth their […]

The live video-streaming boxing match enters a new round today with Qik counter-punching an alpha for select BlackBerry handsets. Those of us sitting ringside saw a similar function land a right-hook on the BlackBerry Pearl and Curve through software from Next2Friends. Any corner manager worth their salt is obviously going to fight back as this space heats up. Not only does your phone act as a live web-cam for all the Internet to see, but the streams are recorded for posterity and you can tie in your activities with Twitter so all your peeps know when to tune in. Continue reading on our sister site jkOnTheRun.

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