January 26, 2009 at 13:45 PM EST
Quick Hits: BlackBerry Storm Slows to a Drizzle
The BlackBerry Storm appears to have hit turbulence in its effort to take on the iPhone. Research In Motion (RIMM) spent about 2 years developing the new device and backed the November 21st launch with a $100 million marketing campaign. That got the new smartphone noticed but early reviews suggest it lags behind Apple (AAPL) iPhone in functionality and gizmo-appeal. About 500 000 BlackBerry Storms were sold in the first month making it a solid but unspectacular launch - especially when compared with the iPhone that sold about 2.4 million units in its first full quarter The Wall Street ...
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