RIM's patent allows for the creation of a Proxy Server on the handset that allows the data to be compressed before it is sent out through the internet. This will speed up the browsing experience for BlackBerry owners. The entire process is written out like this, "A system for enhancing network-browsing speed by setting a proxy server on a handheld device comprises a browser for sending a request for requesting a message from a website and receiving a response in response to the request, a proxy server for transcoding and compressing the request, and transcoding and decompressing the response including the requested message in response to the request, a wireless network communicably linked to the proxy server, Mobile Data Service (MDS) gateway for transcoding and decompressing the request, and transcoding and compressing the response including the requested message from the website." We don't know when-or even if-RIM plans on adding this process to its handsets. But for now, just remember that nice guys finish last.