BlackBerry users can now get some of the same goodies Android users have been enjoying on their mobile map search, like voice search, synchronised stars and search history, and a few other goodies.
The newest version of Google Maps for BlackBerry devices supports voice search (by holding down the green call button), as well as synchronised search history and stars with desktop Maps use, press-and-hold to find places near a map point and a few other goodies. There's also Buzz integration and data problem reporting but, really, you're probably most interested in showing off how you can speak a restaurant into your BlackBerry and get directions.
The update is available to individual users by heading to m.google.com/maps in a BlackBerry browser, and is also available to enterprise groups that bug their administrators.
Google Maps 4.0 for BlackBerry adds Search by Voice, Google Buzz, Starring, Labs, and More [Official Google Mobile Blog]