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As Research In Motion deals with the fallout from service disruptions that have affected millions of BlackBerry users around the world this week, a survey by Aite Group shows that out of 402 financial advisers polled, 45 percent say they would choose an Apple iPhone or iPad, while 14 percent would pick a BlackBerry.
What do you want to see in a passenger bill of rights?
Time stuck on tarmac should not exceed 1.5 hours
Carry on one bag for free
Freedom to rebook if flight is delayed over 3 hours
Restore smoking privileges
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Apple took the wraps off a new iPhone on Tuesday but may have left some fans and investors wishing for more than an updated version of last year's iPhone 4 smartphone.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, who took the reins from the co-founder Steve Jobs in August, and his executive team showed off a souped-up device that comes with voice recognition and a better camera, but it looked identical to the last phone and did little to lift the bar for smartphones. Let us know below what you think of Apple's latest device.
Research in Motion unveiled its new smartphone, the Torch 9800 SMA, designed to compete more effectively against Apple’s iPhone and handsets based on Google’s Android software. The BlackBerry Torch will go on sale on August 12 for $199.99 with a two-year service agreement.