Podcast: How to make an iPhone more like a BlackBerry

Podcast: How to make an iPhone more like a BlackBerry

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New Our guests this week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast are Robert and Cody Solomon, the father-and-son team behind a new line of iPhone accessories called “Spike” that let you type on the Apple device using a physical keyboard very similar to the one on a BlackBerry. Father and son...
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