Al Gordon, of the Eagle Tribune (a newspaper serving Massachusetts and North Hampshire) wrote an article covering the Apple iPhone. I was happy to see that Antair BlackBerry Spam Filter was briefly mentioned (in a positive light at that).
Here is an excerpt:
“On the other hand, Verizon’s 8830 can do some things that the iPhone cannot: connect to Verizon’s faster data network, function as a broadband modem for your Notebook, or (thanks to the well-established BlackBerry market for third-party software) add additional programs and functions. To cite just one: Antair Corp. (antair.com) has rolled out a Spam Filter for the BlackBerry. If, like me, you are an individual user and do not route your emails to your handheld via a corporate server, the Antair Spam Filter is pretty much a must. It will keep the junk out of your e-mail; on an iPhone, you’ll have to live with it.”
You can read the full article (online version) here.