RIM's Enterprise iPhone
RIM wants its new BlackBerry Storm to be the iPhone for the enterprise. Reviewers say its not quite there -- the click-screen keyboard doesn't really wow people -- but given RIM's strong presence in the business market, a lot of corporate users are probably paying attention. "Ultimately, this could be a great platform with a little more time in the oven, but right now, it feels undercooked," says Engadget. If RIM can tweak the design in a timely fashion, it's got a good shot at being the handheld computer of choice in its core market.