Phone Scoop

printed August 4, 2015
See this page online at:
http://www.phonescoop.com/articles/discuss.php?fm=m&ff=10138&fh=3095256

Home  ›  News  ›

RIM Doesn't Want to Talk to Analysts Until After BB10 Launch

Article Comments  

all discussions

In Other Words..

Vrystaat

Mar 27, 2012, 3:56 PM
...if we ignore them, maybe they'll go away :-)
...
Vmac39

Mar 27, 2012, 4:39 PM
Let's hope not!

Hopefully, they can release a product good enough to stabilize their place in the mobile world. I've had a blackberry and enjoyed it for the most part. The hardware lacked what it needed to compete and the OS was a bit inefficient. Any OS that drains a good portion of battery power to boot up and takes more than 30sec to do so, is not efficient by any means.

WP7 is a great OS and is growing slowly but steadily, right now and with the introduction of Windows 8, WP8 and newer hardware, they will continue to grow. By the time the newer desktop and mobile OS are released, their market place app count should be very close to 100,000, if not more. This will only increase more quickly due to the cross platform app usage that M...
(continues)
...
Vrystaat

Mar 27, 2012, 6:38 PM
I hope RIM succeed too. However, they sat on their laurels too long & now they are paying the price.

I feel Apple might be the next company to sit on their laurels too long too--with the plethora of handset options that Android & now Windows offers, Apple might want to add some options of their own.

As for RIM, Captain Hindsight thinks that they & Palm should've merged a couple years ago giving us a webOS on BB handsets.
...
Jayshmay

Mar 28, 2012, 1:41 AM
That last paragraph was a really good idea! I wouldn't be surprised if Google ended up buying RIM for the patends.
...
ejf2461

Mar 28, 2012, 9:23 AM
Dont know if I totally agree. RIM just a few years ago had a huge chunk of the marketshare. There 8330 device outsold the iphone nearly every month. But now RIM is losing money & marketshare daily. Apple is making record setting profits so they can make a mistake or two. I think what RIM needs immediately to compete is a 4G LTE device fro AT&T and Verizon. I had a Bold 9810 for AT&T and loved it. What I didnt like was having to tether it with the usb cable to use it for internet... Thats oldschool! All of the Android & Apple devices you can just turn on the hotspot and wirelessly connect to the internet on a laptop. Blackberry also needs a market like Android & Apple so we can download apps wirelessly. What RIM does have in its corner is th...
(continues)
...
HawkeyeOC

Mar 28, 2012, 1:14 PM
ejf2461 said:
Dont know if I totally agree. RIM just a few years ago had a huge chunk of the marketshare. There 8330 device outsold the iphone nearly every month. But now RIM is losing money & marketshare daily. Apple is making record setting profits so they can make a mistake or two. I think what RIM needs immediately to compete is a 4G LTE device fro AT&T and Verizon. I had a Bold 9810 for AT&T and loved it. What I didnt like was having to tether it with the usb cable to use it for internet... Thats oldschool! All of the Android & Apple devices you can just turn on the hotspot and wirelessly connect to the internet on a laptop. Blackberry also needs a market like Android & Apple so we can download apps wirelessly. What
...
(continues)
...
T Bone

Mar 28, 2012, 4:30 PM
"But now RIM is losing money & marketshare daily."

RIM is not losing money, they are still profitable, in fact profitable enough that they are still buying other companies...and in 2011 they sold 50 MILLION Blackberries, which hardly sounds like a company on the brink of death....
...
Jayshmay

Mar 28, 2012, 1:37 AM
They pretty much have been ignored the past 2yrs! Laughing
...

This forum is closed.

Please log in to report a message to the moderator.

This forum is closed.


all discussions

Subscribe to Phone Scoop News with RSS Follow @phonescoop on Twitter Phone Scoop on Facebook Subscribe to Phone Scoop on YouTube Follow on Instagram

 

All content Copyright 2001-2015 Phone Factor, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Content on this site may not be copied or republished without formal permission.
2