There is a debate raging in the industry that is blurring the lines between different classes of devices with the most prominent one being RIM CEO calling Storm a netbook. Clearly, phones and smartphones are attractive computing platforms but we shouldn’t get too carried away and try to force functionality of one platform onto another. Each class of device is good for something and it will attract a demographic who find that device perfect to accomplish a certain set of tasks but you won’t see mainstream crunching a 10 page report on iPhone or a kid streaming hundreds of TXT messages from a laptop or a blackberry addict opening up HP Pavilion dv9000 to check and send short responses. Of course, the blurring will take place and industry should continue to innovate and add feature and functionality but calling a platform that it is not prematurely helps no one .. the marketing will fall flat. Remember WAP in 2000.