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TechWatch: The JewBerry

Multitasking observant Jews spoke, and their prayers were answered.

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    A new program called the JewBerry lets observant Jews pray via handheld.

    In response to the oft-heard complaint that it's really hard to get anything done in this go-go world when you have to block out time to say your Hebrew blessings three times a day comes a program from two Yeshiva University grads that turns your handheld into a prayerbook. That's right, for just $30, a new piece of software can turn your Blackberry into a JewBerry.

    According to the Post, creators Jonathan Kestenbaum and Jonathan Bennett (of Jerusalem and Cedarhurst, Long Island, respectively) hope their invention "will eventually become the Facebook of Moses followers." Can an iConfessional for catholics be far behind?

    Get your own JewBerry at www.jewberry.com (how was that URL not taken?).