Like all other iPod posers (aka “iPod Killers”), the Blackberry Storm is having trouble out of the starting gate and that’s nothing new to previous posers to AAPL’s “Jesus Phone”.
Verizon Wireless and Research In Motion Ltd. have high hopes for the BlackBerry Storm, which they spent nearly two years developing as their big response to Apple Inc.’s iPhone. — But despite a marketing campaign that cost more than $100 million, the smart phone has gotten off to a bumpy start.
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