Rumours about the features of the new BlackBerry Thunder are rife on the internet. A commentator on CrackBerry.com, the most popular site for BlackBerry fans, has some interesting information to share. The source insists that the touchscreen keyboard of the new BlackBerry utilizes localized haptic technology, which would give the user the semblance of clicking individual buttons when a letter is touched, along with an audio feedback. The source adds that the phone will support both QWERTY and SureType keyboards, and includes a web browser built on WebKit, which is the same engine used by iPhones, thus possibly allowing multi-touch. So if you are a fan of BlackBerry, then get ready to use the best because many cell phone companies have come up with a device that uses haptic technology.