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Fourgee may as well get some use out of his overpriced, overzealous, fan-boy piece of rubbish!!

Means he can work whilst working. Probably still won't be able to get in touch with him though ;)

Was only looking for something to setup some sort of LAN with the laptop for sharing over Wi-fi in the house. The BB browser doesn't appear to suppor the '\' function....

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$595 :o !!! Users of Nokia Maemo (Linux Based) phones and ITs are quietly chuckling, as they've been doing remote system admin for years without shelling out (unintended pun) a single extra buck.

The merging of Nokia's Maemo and Intel's Moblin into MeeGo is looking very promising. You can already boot a development image on an N900. Watch out Google, here comes open source with clout! :)

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