Obama Rumored To Exchange BlackBerry For Huge Windows Mobile Phone

Posted: Jan 15 2009, 12:49am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:36pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Obama rumored to exchange BlackBerry for huge Windows Mobile Phone
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President elect Barack Obama is the best spokes person RIM ever had. Everybody on the planet knows that the soon to be US President is a BlackBerry addict. When he becomes President on January 20th he is supposed to hand over the BlackBerry because of security reasons.
Now CNET reports that Obama might still get mobile email with NSA approved highly secure phone-PDAs like the General Dynamics Sectera Edge C4. These rugged Windows Mobile monster PDAs sell for $3,350 a piece. If Obama is going to carry around this brick is not known yet. He might just stop using email. Some improve your life gurus suggest limiting email use anyway to get more stuff done.
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