Push email delivered via Wi-Fi? Well, it’d certainly make downloading large attachments easier. Research in Motion is working on a new Wi-Fi-enabled mobile device, according to documents filed with the US Federal Communications Commission.
The juicy details have been kept secret, so all we know is that the device is “a handheld organiser and cellular phone”, although TG Daily, which reported the story, suggests the sketches on the FCC site indicate that it’ll be a new version of RIM’s BlackBerry 8800 Series.
Okay, so it’s hardly surprising that Wi-Fi is making its way into BlackBerry, as its capabilities improve. I’d rather have an HSDPA one, if I’m honest.
(via TG Daily)
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