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Clash Of The Touch-Screen Titans: BlackBerry Storm vs. T-Mobile G1 vs. Apple iPhone

How does the BlackBerry Storm, RIM's first ever touch-screen smart phone, stack up against its touch-screen rivals the T-Mobile G1 and the Apple iPhone 3G? Here, we pit the devices head-to-head-to-head in 14 different categories to determine the true touch-screen titan.

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To survive in a corporate environment, smart phones must offer access to business documents.

The BlackBerry Storm comes preloaded with the DataViz Documents to Go suite for editing Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files directly on the handset. The G1 currently lets users view Office documents and attachments, albeit in a limited fashion, but offers no support for editing Microsoft documents. The iPhone 3G also lets users view, but not edit, a host of documents, including the Microsoft Office suite. Third-party applications, however, are available to enable editing.

As expected, when it comes to corporate uses, the BlackBerry Storm rises to the top, enabling native viewing and editing of documents from the device.

Winner: BlackBerry Storm (pictured)

 
 
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