My spin: Wireless email is a MUST have for some. I recently ordered an adapter to connect my Samsung cell phone (service from Verizon) to my PC (notebook) for wireless ‘net access. But I returned it as a) it was not working with the HP notebook I used it on b) I realized I really don’t need it. It’s a convenience…but I do not need to check my email every 2 seconds. If I’m away from my office, I can stand to check it in the morning (hotel or something) and evening. Not the best option, but I rarely get an email that says I MUST REACH YOU IN 5 MINUTES.
News Clip: NEW YORK (Reuters) – Research In Motion Ltd. (Toronto:RIM.TO – news) said on Tuesday it had struck a deal with rival Palm Inc. (Nasdaq:PALM – news) to make its BlackBerry e-mail service available on handhelds and smartphones that use Palm’s operating system. (full story)
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