How much more than a phone can these devices be? See what each can do -- or not -- in this comparison
Visual deathmatch: BlackBerry vs. iPhone
Mobile main screens
Working with e-mails
Working with mail folders
Working with calendars
Working with contacts
Adding new apps
Managing mobile apps
Navigating with maps
Using mobile-optimized content
Using the Web
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The iPhone (left) can sync bookmarks with your PC via iTunes and save bookmarks on the iPhone itself in a folder hierarchy. In addition, you can bookmark Web pages as if they were applications so that they appear as icons in your home screen. The BlackBerry (right) also lets you save bookmarks in a list. Both devices suggest Web page addresses as you type in URLs.
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