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RIM's Struggle to Succeed

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Kunmi
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Re: Not so bad on paper
Kunmi   12/31/2011 8:00:05 PM
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I agree with you, t. Alex

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Anna young   12/30/2011 8:27:14 PM
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@Anne, I think RIM's leadership have lost their sense of direction. With two CEOs and yet no clear outcome? If the managements can't get it right now, will they ever come up with an innovative idea? It makes me wonder. Do you think all hopes is lost for RIM?

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Re: Not so bad on paper
t.alex   12/28/2011 9:32:59 AM
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Yes Nokia seems to have the best power management.

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pocharle   12/27/2011 11:37:12 PM
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Is HP still around?

mario8a,

They're around. They're just waffling with alot of indecision. I think they should stick their bread and butter.... servicing enterprise customers. And doing it well.



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Anne   12/27/2011 10:26:59 AM
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RIM's performance in the market has been disastrous to the company.  The two CEOs claimed they have a strategy to get RIM out of its current quagmire but it's been disastrous.  It's time for leadership change at RIM.

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TaimoorZ   12/26/2011 2:47:29 PM
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I think RIM's performance is going as it was predicted by the analysts. However, I do remember reading about the claims made by RIM's CEO at the start of the fiscal year. All of them seem to be going doing the drain. Someone needs to dig them up and confront RIM's management over them.

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Are They Feeling the Heat Now?
Wale Bakare   12/25/2011 11:31:31 AM
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anandvy,  i agree with that - Nokia's distinguished its phones with longer battery life than other rivals,  as well are more ruggedised. Meanwhile,  i think Amazon made a  boldly decision in making such approach for RIM - M&A. But how would RIM's shareholders react to such move? I believe, lots are on the table to trash out in the boardroom. And what messages has this sent out?

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jbond   12/25/2011 10:31:31 AM
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You are completely correct. I am usually getting a replacement phone sent to me every couple of months, a giant hassle. Thankfully AT&T's warranty department is very good about this. You are also correct about the mail and sms, if another company could match Blackberry in those services, they would lose me as a customer in a heartbeat. I have the feeling another company will step up and match those services before Blackberry actually makes the much needed advancements that are costing them customers and large amounts of money.

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anandvy   12/23/2011 12:39:11 PM
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Amazon buying RIM - now that's an M&A that could shake things up on lots of different fronts.

@Jennifer, Amazon.com's primary motivation for buying Research In Motion Ltd. is to build its patent portfolio to defend the Kindle Fire from lawsuits that have plagued other Android devices manufacturers such as HTC and Samsung.

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anandvy   12/23/2011 11:44:34 AM
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Anyone tried Nokia E6? Not bad compared to BlackBerry.

@t.alix I have used E6 but I haven't used Blackberry so cant really compare the two. I also have samsung galaxy which is android mobile. I can confidently say Nokia has better battery life than Android.

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