Following The New York Times (NYSE: NYT) review of the BlackBerry Storm that pegged the highly anticipated touchscreen as a “dud,” reviewer David Pogue dug into his mailbag to share with us some of the reactions he got from his scathing review. And, interestingly, he came to two conclusions: many people had the same difficulties with the device, if not more, and that there’s a new underdog in town — BlackBerry, with Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) now the Goliath. He writes: “I’ve always thought that that vocal sub-population of Mac fans make up the world’s most-watchful, most-hostile grassroots lobbying arm. But now I see that I was wrong. There’s an even nastier one: the BlackBerry nuts.” After writing about our experiences with the Storm, and agreeing with Pogue, we also received a number of nasty complaints.
Meanwhile, complaints about the Storm continue to fall in sheets. From a comment on mocoNews: “After spending several weeks as part of a development team working on a port for a very well-known product for the Storm, we couldn