By John Gruber
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Last week at Macworld, it was announced that beginning in February, the cult of Macintosh will finally be able to join the cult of BlackBerry at no charge. Instead of having to pay $30 for a copy of PocketMac for BlackBerry (which is required if you want to sync your calendar, address book and e-mail with a BlackBerry), PocketMac will be a free download from blackberry.com.
Pogue pegs the Mac user base at “50 million users”, which is a higher number than I’ve ever heard before.
★ Monday, 23 January 2006