RIM, now known as BlackBerry, launches new BB10 line

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LynCe wrote:

Beautiful, powerful, sleek new smartphones from Blackberry — the company formerly known as RIMM. Hope it’s not too late for them. Alicia Keys is on board as their creative director. One phone also comes in white. Just imagine if they had put out like this a few years ago.

Jan 30, 2013 11:49am EST  --  Report as abuse
Ras-Mitat wrote:

“The Q10 ‘qwerty’ device will launch later…,” delayed for nth time!

Yo, RIM, forgetaboutit!

Jan 30, 2013 1:10pm EST  --  Report as abuse
uc8tcme wrote:

There may be some competive daylight with the stumble of Apples Iphone with drop in sales and the map issues. Hope they make good use of this.

Jan 30, 2013 1:33pm EST  --  Report as abuse
Dahc wrote:

i like! Welcome Blackberry!

Jan 30, 2013 2:45pm EST  --  Report as abuse
BB-DCD wrote:

This is ridiculous! Sorry BlackBerry I am not waiting around any longer. I thought the phone would be out in a few weeks, not a few months. I can guesstimate that you will lose another 225,000 customers before the phones are available. My next new phone in a few weeks will be an Android.

Jan 30, 2013 2:46pm EST  --  Report as abuse
VonHell wrote:

Apple did not fall…yet… iphone did not increase as some expected…
No wonder… there are a lot of nice phones and tablets now… android market is nice and android itself is more OS and more friendly with software, storage via USB, etc… and there is windows in the third stage…
With big screen phones set to take the 7″ tablet market…Apple only has one product: the iphone… at some point iphone will follow the startak, blackberry, walkman and other famous product names… people just get tired or better options appear… they have to create a new product and dump the name… or try to keep walkman brand that only sells in Japan like Sony… and take losses like sony…
Name a company after a product that in american mind is an image of failure… the only explanation is that no one knows the name “RIM”, but many still remember “blackberry”… so it is still better have a bad image than no image at all in the public mind…

Jan 30, 2013 6:50pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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