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After some serious neglect, Sprint is finally giving the Nextel iDEN network some new devices, not the least of which is a WiFi BlackBerry, says Sprint CEO Dan Hesse. The phone will hit the network \"later this year,\" and will be accompanied by phones from Sanyo, Samsung, Motorola and LG that will ro

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April 4, 2008 at 12:57PM
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After some serious neglect, Sprint is finally giving the Nextel iDEN network some new devices, not the least of which is a WiFi BlackBerry, says Sprint CEO Dan Hesse. The phone will hit the network \"later this year,\" and will be accompanied by phones from Sanyo, Samsung, Motorola and LG that will ro

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It's not often that we mention a cellphone, platform, technology, or service and \"not available in South Korea\" in the same breath. Yet somehow, the humble BlackBerry, ubiquitous for years in North America and available through most of the civilized world in one form or another, is just now m

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