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The BlackBerry still reigns ... in D.C.

There's one geographic area where the BlackBerry still is thriving, although for how long remains to be seen: Washington, D.C., where politicians — including the president — bureaucrats and government workers very much rely on the smartphones that once were …
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Jimmy Carter critiques U.S. economic sanctions: 'I have seen how this strategy can be cruel to innocent people'

Business & Finance : The Week: World Business (11 hours ago)

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter took to The Washington Post on Friday to make known his concerns about the United States' economic sanctions on countries such as North Korea. "In my visits to targeted countries, I have seen how t... Read Post


US Politics / Conservative : Right Wing Nut House (3 years ago)

If you follow politics and government at all, you know that nothing ever dies in Washington. This includes federal programs, politicians who habitually seek a “second act,” and government bureaucrats who have a better chance of dyin... Read Post

RIM: BlackBerry sales to U.S. government on the rise

Technology / Gadgets : BGR (Boy Genius Report) (3 years ago)

Research In Motion’s BlackBerry line remains the platform choice for nearly half a million federal workers, including President Barack Obama. While the company struggles with consumers and the enterprise market, sales of BlackBerry ... Read Post

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