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Good Technologies Releases Handheld to Compete with RIM Blackberries

Martin O'Donnell pointed out that Sunnyvale, CA-based Good Technologies is challenging Research in Motion with a handheld device that competes with the Blackberry Model 957 and a software system that competes with RIM's messaging middleware used to route email from Exchange and Lotus Notes mail systems into these wireless devices.

Not much information has been available about the Good Technology products before this week. At this point, it is difficult to say how Good intends to differentiate itself from Research in Motion. We are reading everything we can get our hands on, and we will report our findings as soon as we can.

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