BlackBerry is a brand of mobile communication devices created by the Canadian company Research In Motion. Initially embraced by the business sector due its robust OS and network security it went on to be adopted by the youth market for the purposes of arranging social interaction and amateur photography.
Applications for Blackberry devices are available through Blackberry World, a system most users [Who?] almost unbelieveably describe as 'making the iStore a viable option'. The pricing of individual applications is seemingly arbitrary, ranging from pennies to hundreds of dollars, although these figures pale in comparison to the $240,000 figure asked by Britfag fashion designer Alexander Amosu for a diamond-encrusted Curve 8900. The Blackberry has no games.
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