'It's just so much more user-friendly': why Infiniti Red Bull Racing dropped BlackBerry for Samsung

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'I can legitimately work on my phone rather than with the BlackBerry when it was more of just a business monitoring tool,' Al Peasland tells Computing

Samsung has overtaken BlackBerry as the mobile device of choice at Formula One team Infiniti Red Bull Racing in a move that has driven simpler business collaboration processes via smartphones. T...

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