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2008 Claim Chowder: ‘Top 10 Reasons Why the iPhone Is No BlackBerry’

Some tasty claim chowder circa 2008, from Al Sacco at CrackBerry: I could go on, but for me, the feature that takes the cake is the full QWERTY keyboard found on many RIM devices. But the real gem is #1 on his list, “The iPhone Third-Party Apps Debacle”: Sure the iPhone SDK has been released, and there might be some great apps in the works, but in my opinion, that’s too little, too late, as they say.
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