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    Something to point out in the video. Even the CNBC anchorman at the end says that a Journalist verified his story on the RIM delay of devices. For one, it wasn't like that was a secret, and two, why would Geller need a Journalist to back him up if he were a real Journalist? Because he is not, and therefore not protected under the Shield Law. RIM can sue at any time. And I wish they would to put a stop to these stupid unwarranted responses and get it over with.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Jerde View Post
    Something to point out in the video. Even the CNBC anchorman at the end says that a Journalist verified his story on the RIM delay of devices. For one, it wasn't like that was a secret, and two, why would Geller need a Journalist to back him up if he were a real Journalist? Because he is not, and therefore not protected under the Shield Law. RIM can sue at any time. And I wish they would to put a stop to these stupid unwarranted responses and get it over with.

    The reporter / anchorman said he was right and that a newspaper (like you said) journalist confirmed his claim on the delay.
    Point is still that that journalist only confirmed the delay of OS10 which we already knew.
    Thing is, that BGR claims that the delays are caused by the fact that the native email client can't be used. This is the core of any Blackberry device. I hate it when reporters do half work...
    This, to me, should be reason enough for RIM to make his life a living hell by sueing him.
    Is it wrong for wanting to hit him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poita316 View Post
    The reporter / anchorman said he was right and that a newspaper (like you said) journalist confirmed his claim on the delay.
    Point is still that that journalist only confirmed the delay of OS10 which we already knew.
    Thing is, that BGR claims that the delays are caused by the fact that the native email client can't be used. This is the core of any Blackberry device. I hate it when reporters do half work...
    This, to me, should be reason enough for RIM to make his life a living hell by sueing him.
    Is it wrong for wanting to hit him?
    Two words for you P.... Awesome post!!!



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    Hmm...

    Originally posted by Joe Jerde.

    It's one thing to make up something, but it's another to make up something that can be damaging.


    Ask yourselves these two questions:

    1. Why the concentrated effort to destroy RIM?

    2. Who stands to gain most from the demise of RIM??

    Hmm...as my grandmother used to say; "there's more in the mortar than the pestle!".

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonMariano View Post
    Originally posted by Joe Jerde.

    It's one thing to make up something, but it's another to make up something that can be damaging.


    Ask yourselves these two questions:

    1. Why the concentrated effort to destroy RIM?

    2. Who stands to gain most from the demise of RIM??

    Hmm...as my grandmother used to say; "there's more in the mortar than the pestle!".

    Why RIM?
    Since the merger of Nokia and Microsoft they are the smalest player out there.
    Get the smal ones out of the way and take marketshare to beef up and take on the Big Boy's
    Who has gains? All but RIM itself, Apple, Google, Nokia all benefit from losses from RIM.
    Look at it as if it where the NFL playoffs (if you watch NFL) one team can loose without loosing a good spot and still compete. Here RIM can loose market and in due time for example Google can step in and fill the void.



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    Which is the way I see it too Poita, Google stands to gain the most from RIMs demise! RIM has lost market share to android and iOS in the US but it still has a large share of the global market; India, Indonesia, Brazil, Argentina and South Africa, among others, are markets where RIM is still strong, and given the fact that some of those economies are actually growing RIM stands to do very well in 2012 once they get their act together and release fully baked, full feature BB10 OS devices. However if RIM collapses within the next two quarters, that market share is up for grabs for the other smartphone manufacturers that will move in to fill the void. Since android is the OS of choice for most manufactures and Google owns android, they stand to gain a large portion of that market share plus the share they already have. Result...Google controls the global smartphone market!

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