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BlackBerry 'Outraged' Over T-Mobile Promotion

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Top message:  They can't be serious lol. by newjerseybrotha   Feb 18, 2014, 3:53 PM

Replying to:  Re: They can't be serious lol. by DarkStar   Feb 18, 2014, 10:45 PM

Re: They can't be serious lol.

by Yama Gama    Feb 18, 2014, 11:33 PM   edited Feb 18, 2014, 11:38 PM

Yeah the company was run HORRIBLY for a long time there. I think you can only blame the board of directors (and whoever's money backed the majority of shares in question) for that.

After sabotaging the company at exactly the right time for Windows phone to make its debut (oh ho?), those big money backers disappeared and blackberry was free to see if they could get back on their feet.

A lot of people (especially in foreign markets) are wise to the fact that Google is an information company (spy agency) and, is an information brokerage no matter which way you cut it. Having a private intelligence agency provide your company's communications infrastructure is insanity. They also don't trust Iphone and Windows in the same way that they trust Blackberry. The game now is in the emerging markets where their fortune 500 companies aren't all involved in an s&m circle jerk and don't care anyway about anyone learning any secrets because there's NO MONEY LEFT anyway and it's just one giant, unending trough of worthless paper being printed out by the fed (so they just line up and eat, while ****ting out the guano we know as the status quo).

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