All mobile phones will eventually be "smart" phones. But for now, the Crackberry, er, Blackberry is the leader. Apple promises to hook its hot iPhone into corporate e-mail systems this summer, which should give the devices a boost in the business market. However, the iPhone's tardy data service and lack of GPS functions for navigation and location-based services mean it still has a lot of catching up to do.
I took a quick look at the iPhone and two promising alternatives on competing carriers for one of my regular Fox Business segments. You can can watch it here, or get a brief rundown of how the LG Voyager and Samsung Ace stack up against the iPhone at J-Q.com.
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