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So Boy Genius Report reported on a shot of what seems to be a Curve 8900 running on AT&T -- which seems like a pretty good idea, may we add -- and we're trying to make sense of what's really going on. We hit up RIM's booth at CES to get the lowdown on the situation, and what do you know, the my

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So Boy Genius Report reported on a shot of what seems to be a Curve 8900 running on AT&T -- which seems like a pretty good idea, may we add -- and we're trying to make sense of what's really going on. We hit up RIM's booth at CES to get the lowdown on the situation, and what do you know, the my

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So, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 AKA Javelin (with black trackball) has been spied on eBay with a starting bid of $2,500. In the words of our intern Jacob, \"What a bargain.\" C'mon: it's got a black trackball. Update: The original auction has been pulled, but there's a new one up. Thanks, commenters!Up

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So, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 AKA Javelin (with black trackball) has been spied on eBay with a starting bid of $2,500. In the words of our intern Jacob, \"What a bargain.\" C'mon: it's got a black trackball. [Thanks, jojo]

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The zany folks at CrackBerry have done the planet a kindness by posting up a short review -- though, it's anything but -- of RIM's newest unannounced set, the BlackBerry Javelin 8900. If you skim through the bit, you'll see words that hint they may like it, like \"tight, sexy package\" or \"outperform

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RIM's BlackBerry Javelin hasn't exactly been making itself shy over the past few months, but if you're still not Javelin'd out, you can dive into a fresh new batch of pics courtesy of BlackBerryForums member fr0zen and, if that's still not enough, you can also now buy the very same phone on eBay. C

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RIM's BlackBerry Javelin hasn't exactly been making itself shy over the past few months, but if you're still not Javelin'd out, you can dive into a fresh new batch of pics courtesy of BlackBerryForums member fr0zen and, if that's still not enough, you can also now buy the very same phone on eBay. C

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If that 3G action on the Bold is just a little too extreme for your EDGE mind to handle, fear not: the more pedestrian Javelin is looking hotter by the minute. Newly leaked spec documents reveal a phone that is fully modern in every single way but one -- its lack of HSDPA -- with a 512MHz core, 256

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A pretty believable roadmap for upcoming BlackBerry devices on Rogers has surfaced, and by and large, we're looking at a whole bunch of good news here. First, let's start out with the best: the rumor that Canadians will be able to pick up their Bolds before the month of July is out is still holding

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Is it really possible to have too many pictures of RIM's alleged next-gen 2.5G device? Wait -- don't answer that. Curve owners and ravenous RIM fanatics ought to click through to get a solid look at the Javelin from every possible angle, but to the rest of you: check out the goods at your own risk.

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Not convinced that you can eschew the Bold's 3G in favor of an ever-so-slightly (and arguably) hotter shell? If the mid-2009 rumored launch date is right, you've got many, many months to think it over, but in the meantime we thought we'd throw out a little more food for thought. Follow the break fo

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As we understand it, RIM's so-called Javelin is a new BlackBerry completely devoid of 3G that's currently on track for a mid-2009 (yes, 2009) launch. That sucks, yes, but at least it'll look mighty purty if these shots of an engineering dummy in the wild are any indication. The whole phone is an in

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As we understand it, RIM's so-called Javelin is a new BlackBerry completely devoid of 3G that's currently on track for a mid-2009 (yes, 2009) launch. That sucks, yes, but at least it'll look mighty purty if these shots of an engineering dummy in the wild are any indication. The whole phone is an in

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