Best Of The Web - July 2009

— July 02, 2009

1. How BlackBerry Leapfrogged Past The iPhone
Research In Motion's BlackBerry Curve became the top-selling consumer smartphone in Q1 2009, according to The NPD Group. In fact, RIM dominated the top five and claimed 50% of the smartphone market in the period. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/rim

2. Coca-Cola Enterprises Opts For Real-Time, Event Driven Mobile Solution
With more than half of its 74,000 employees mobile, Coca-Cola Enterprises is making a transformational change in how its business is done. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/cce

3. iPhone 2009, Palm Pre Have Tongues Wagging
June 2009 marked the commercial release of the new Palm Pre, as well as news of a next-gen iPhone. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/pre

4. Mr. President, Your BlackBerry Is Almost Ready
With security issues resolved, President Barack Obama gets thumbs for a souped-up BlackBerry. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/obama

5. Your Top 5 Product Picks
Everything from rugged cellphones to Palm's new operating system caught your fancy in 1Q 2009. www.mobileenterprisemag.com/1Q

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