One Slick Sidekick
For the white-collar crowd, the BlackBerry has evolved into the must-have gizmo for staying in touch. For the ripped T-shirt crowd, it's T-Mobile's Sidekick. Part phone, part e-mail device, it has become a cultural phenomenon in the four years since it launched. Demi Moore used her Sidekick to carry on a digital chat with boyfriend Ashton Kutcher on David Letterman's show. And last year, Paris Hilton famously had her Sidekick hacked, flushing phone numbers of the rich and famous out onto the Web.
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