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Nice article! congrats! But is too soon to predict the end of RIM. BlackBerry 10 is looking sharp and with innovations to the market. I believe RIM will make a big comeback! But also agree that to get back its market share will be a long road, due to the fact that the Smartphone market has grown a lot around RIM’s Market. The market share does not really represent a huge blown on RIMs market. It is still the best corporate choice and BB10 is looking sharp to get the cosumer market and will bring Android compatibility. Just take a moment and test PLAYBOOK OS and see what BB10 is preparing to release in Q1 2013 and you will give more credit to RIM.
The RIMPIRE “will” STRIKES BACK!
Redmond. Cupertino. Mountain View. In the tech world, these cities are indelibly stamped with their respective company names: Microsoft, Apple, Google. The places have become synonymous with their firms: we await the “news from Redmond” when Microsoft debuts a new operating system, or whisper about Cupertino’s penchant for secrecy.
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