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    http://www.zdnet.com.au/news/hardwar...9252867,00.htm

    "In a media invitation to Palm's "first in Australia" launch briefing to be held on Thursday April 27, Palm says it "will be launching a significant new solution for the Treo, which promises to provide users with…an even more powerful and compelling mobile computing solution."

    While the invitation did not specifically mention BBC, a BlackBerry spokesperson told CNET.com.au the briefing would involve the announcement of a partnership between Palm and BlackBerry....."
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    It is 9500 miles from NY to Singapore (approx) and 12500 to Sydney (approx)...

    they appear to be going the wrong direction...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pabo
    It is 9500 miles from NY to Singapore (approx) and 12500 to Sydney (approx)...

    they appear to be going the wrong direction...
    Then they would hit Hawaii and the West coast first.
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    Everyone knows this is all smoke and mirrors anyway. I downloaded the Singtel BBC client (as have many others) and have it running on my 650, using Optus in Australia. If you have a carrier that offers Blackberry connectivity (either with a data plan or directly), you can do this yourself now that the client has broken cover...

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