Ads plastered all over the trains proclaim that although the new BlackBerry 7130 may look like a phone it has the heart of a BlackBerry, or words to that effect. It is noticeable, meanwhile, that a lot more people have the devices than last time I was back in Blighty 18 months ago.
Still the surest sign of the uptick in RIM's U.K. fortunes is the way that mobile-obssesed teenagers have adopted them into language. I've heard the phrase "I'll BlackBerry you" at least twice around town in the last week. I find that once a technology enters that demographic's lexicon, it's usually going places.
— Dan Jones, Site Editor, Unstrung