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10 Ways BlackBerry Beats the iPhone


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Smartphone keyboards are kind of like your Senior Prom: Touching is good, but getting touched back is even better. You could do one-handed 'Dance Dance Revolution' on your iPhone all day and never know without using your eyes if you're actually pressing keys or not. Some folks don't mind such a one-sided relationship. A recent patent application filed by Apple hints at the possibility of haptic feedback on the iPhone touchscreen someday -- then again, that idea could already be dead and buried in the Apple patent graveyard. Whether you're tapping on a physical QWERTY keyboard or catching a buzz off of the Storm's tactile touchscreen, BlackBerry is the partner that gives back.

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