What is a Blackberry?
The short answer to question what is a Blackberry is that a Blackberry is a handheld organizer and phone with email capabilities designed and produced by a company called Research in Motion, or RIM, based in Waterloo, Ontario.
Since 1984 Research in Motion has been developing ways for consumers to use handheld devices to view email, talk on phone, send and receive SMS messages, browse Internet, and access Internet solutions globally and wirelessly. The company has won numerous awards for its Blackberry line of products.
Putting Them All Together
What is a Blackberry best able to do? The handheld organizer excels at retrieving email and keeping users plugged into their work and personal lives with ability to send, receive, compose, and edit email wirelessly. What sets Blackberry apart from other handheld organizers that access email wirelessly is what company calls its "push" technology.
Without having to login and access your email account, your email will follow you wherever you go. Even if you go out of range of Blackberry, it is still on and will reconnect and download your email seamlessly and without further instruction when you are again in range. Users do not have to even login to receive their email.