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@vlaclair Still seems there ar…

@vlaclair Still seems there ar…

@vlaclair Still seems there are issues. #RIM says they will be resolved soon. Lets see. Perhaps fixed, but mail is...

Blackberry Onyx. I’ll have one…

Blackberry Onyx. I’ll have one…

Blackberry Onyx. I’ll have one thank you very much. http://bit.ly/4mqb41

Some customers still experienc…

Some customers still experienc…

Some customers still experiencing #RIM #BIS email delays. Let me know if you are and where you are.

One for  James B. RT @EMC_PORT…

One for James B. RT @EMC_PORT…

One for James B. RT @EMC_PORTUGAL: EMC acquires FastScale – is it possible to optimize Vmware Physical to Virtual ratio?...

Here’s one for Chris G. Things…

Here’s one for Chris G. Things…

Here’s one for Chris G. Things I wouldn’t know without my iPhone: My bed faces magnetic north.

Nice to see Blackberry BIS ser…

Nice to see Blackberry BIS ser…

Nice to see Blackberry BIS service back up and running properly this morning. Wonder how long the outage was for...

@mkayes Just finished reading …

@mkayes Just finished reading …

@mkayes Just finished reading that! Time for a retweet! Flying the coop — Telkom ADSL speed beaten by pigeon http://ow.ly/oKQn

RT @RogersMobileGuy: If you’re…

RT @RogersMobileGuy: If you’re…

RT @RogersMobileGuy: If you’re using BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS), don’t panic, RIM is aware and working on it.

Blackberry BIS is experiencing…

Blackberry BIS is experiencing…

Blackberry BIS is experiencing issues right now, just in case you were wondering if it was just you.

RIM BlackBerry BIS customers m…

RIM BlackBerry BIS customers m…

RIM BlackBerry BIS customers may experience delays in sending/receiving email. Estimated time of repair: Unknown http://bit.ly …

Google calendars: Which NFL ca…

Google calendars: Which NFL ca…

Google calendars: Which NFL calendars are most popular? We made a chart to track the most fans: http://bit.ly/A9WDy

@diegochen Google voice forwar…

@diegochen Google voice forwar…

@diegochen Google voice forwarding SMS is cool, but opening it up beyond the US would be even better.

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