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Who wants to squash the BlackBerry?

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Competitors are lining up, and the top weapon in their arsenal is software for Microsoft. But RIM's CEO isn't fazed ...Read the full article

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  1. Benjamin Smith from Canada writes: The biggest threat to the Blackberry at the moment are our teleco's ludicrous data plans for them.
  2. h w from Waterlogged, Canada writes: RIM may not be worried at losing business customers that are committed with hardware and software (RIM's expensive BES server and per user licenses that hook into Lotus Notes, MS Exchange etc.) However, run of the mill consumers are not in that same position - they are just as easily likely to switch to Microsoft, Apple of whoever will give them the most goodies for the least buck. Right now that's Apple, and RIM's meager offerings are just Apple-knockoffs; RIM now follows rather than leading in the market they created. With device churn averaging at a year and half, and cellular provider contracts lasting 2-3 years, the tide could turn very quickly.
  3. sujay Kunar from Alexendria, United States writes: is the place to come for noble treatment, regal merchandise and prices that won’t drain the royal treasury! Yes, when it comes to BlackBerry accessories ranks #1. We have quality, selection, value, and treat our customers as heirs to the realm. There is no need to search the world or the web for a better deal on BlackBerry devices and accessories. Great selection and fast delivery and guaranteed shipping till 6 PM EST Monday – Friday is a standard we are committed to. Carrying the high quality BlackBerry series of smart phones helps to set apart from the crowd. We carry for all BlackBerry models antennas and signal boosters for your smart phone. However, when you see our selection you will think we are the ones wired to the boosters! We have everything from accessory bundles to OEM batteries to cases, cradles to headphones, Bluetooth headsets to software, speakers, memory and more! We even have BES Software. recognizes that first impressions matter. You make a significant impression when people see you with your BlackBerry. Raise the standard in the marketplace. Dressing your smart phone for work in the finest form fit skins and holsters for a reliable presence gives you peace about the safety of your device and helps you stand out from the crowd. Moving from field work to the conference room? Change into any of a variety of leather or executive book style cases. Your Pearl 8100, Curve 8300, 8800, 8700 (and for that matter all other models) will look all business and in command dressed like you – ready for success. Come evening time, go out on the town with versatile executive cases, powered by reliable extended batteries, charged to perfection with our line of chargers and be connected with eye catching selection of Bluetooth headsets.
  4. Peter The Not Quite Great from Canada writes: Since I use my blackberry infrequently I suspect my employer is wasting money on it.

    Many of my fellow employees use theirs inside our headquarters when they will be back in their offices in minutes anyway. So I suspect most of the blackberries are wasted money.

    Is this the case in other workplaces?

    Then again you've got to have the latest "cool" business tool or the other businesses just won't talk to you.
  5. Steve C from reality, Canada writes: Blackberries are complete utter and total junk, pepple committed to the device? It should be more like people who use the device should* be committed.

    I have my iPhone and it is superior to the garbageberry is every way, shape and form. For one I can get my Exchange email without the use of a garbageberry enterprise server (*beep beep

    Even with the new (so called) touchscreen peice of junk you have to click down on the screen to do anything, NEWS FLASH that means it's (wait for it) NOT A TOUCH SCREEN AT ALL, it's just one big giant button (rim is shown for the liers they are).

    I'm just happy as a clam to see retards in motion stock continue to drop, I'll be hoping that it continues to drop till they go out of business.

    What a crappy company.

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