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There wasn't much more info in the audio stream than what Dittome2 posted. The story also mentioned "Webster", the Dell web surfacing machine, so I guess there was an implied connection there. Also, the story noted that "analysts" were worried about Dell straying from its traditional business.

Is this an indication that Dell may buy RIMM? Why would RIMM allow another company to manufacture Blackberries instead of just selling them? Is this a way to offset the concern that RIMM may not be able to keep up with demand?

The buzz is good, and I'm holding on.

Zordac
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