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By GeekBerry Staff on April 14th, 2008 at 3:43 am
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fbiVerizon has shipped off nearly 20,000 BlackBerry 8830s to over 50 FBI offices worldwide. In addition to the usuals like email and web browsing, the BlackBerry’s are capable of looking at no-fly zones, missing persons databases, crime alerts, and more. Verizon was on-site to transfer contacts from other phones, activate SIM cards and so on, and make sure that the tagging and tracking capabilities were working so that missing devices could be found.

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    April 10th, 1984  at  4:20 am —

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