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  1. #25
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    The "New" AT&T
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    Hopefully RIM is reading all this and will get their **** together.



  2. #26
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    I am about to give up my PB, after +10 years with BB, for 250.000.000 reasons: no Skype

  3. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo1957 View Post
    I am about to give up my PB, after +10 years with BB, for 250.000.000 reasons: no Skype
    There is Skype for BlackBerry, just not unless you are a Verizon subscriber.

    So I imagine that if Verizon keeps the chain on Skype with BlackBerry, then perhaps we will see Verizon BlackBerry 10 users with Skype. Or, we may see Skype on every BlackBerry 10 device.



  4. #28
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    The Blackberry is dead, they are losing market share buy the second. I used to have a Storm and a Storm2... definitely the worst phones I have EVER had. Android FTW!

  5. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinM View Post
    The Blackberry is dead, they are losing market share buy the second. I used to have a Storm and a Storm2... definitely the worst phones I have EVER had. Android FTW!
    Haha, Android fanboy chants don't work around here. We can already install half of the current Android apps on our BlackBerry PlayBook, and expect to be able to install and run many more with BlackBerry 10. Every Android fanboy I've shown my BB10 Dev Alpha device too, drools over it.

    Android = zzzzzzz....



  6. #30
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    TBH I think one problem is that people have BBs and don't do any maintenance on them. All it takes is a few mins a week.

    Ive just seen an old 8520 that has previously run superbly with over 100MBs of memory. Now Whatsapp is being used and the memory has dropped to 68MBs....so I have to wonder about Whatsapp too. A lot of people are using that now. Might that be a reason for all the freezing problems recently? Maybe worth a thought.

    Ange xx

  7. #31
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    Definitely one reason. However, I won't deny that BlackBerry was lacking in some areas; mainly apps, ff camera, boot time, and a few other issues. The nice thing is, BlackBerry 10 will eliminate all of those weaknesses as well as leapfrog the competition in OS innovation.

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