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A Gentleman's Guide
Are you BlackBerry or iPhone?
Research in Motion is courting consumers, and Apple is making inroads in the office . Here’s a simple quiz to determine your smartphone type:
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1. Who pays your monthly bill?
Work does: I’m one of the 74% of executives in the U.S. who got my BlackBerry from the boss.
Work does: Thanks to Apple’s new software for wiping my phone when I lose it, my office is one of 20% of businesses that now support the iPhone. So I’ve got options.
I do: No way I’m going to let the dweebs in the IT department tell me which handheld to use.
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