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    Headline: Saving Blackberry from its 'deathbed'.

    I fear that RIM, as we currently know it, is not long for this world:
    Saving BlackBerry from its 'deathbed' - Telegraph
    Not a single mention of the Playbook.



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    RIM is farrrrr long from anything these people publish out there.
    Don't believe everything you read

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    I hope you are right. I do believe the published figures and they are not at all good. I am a fan but my confidence is becoming rather shaky.



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    Quote Originally Posted by rafiki View Post
    I hope you are right. I do believe the published figures and they are not at all good. I am a fan but my confidence is becoming rather shaky.
    There's nothing to worry about my friend.

    Every company has it's up and downs, remember that.

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    Again, I hope you are right but the figures have fallen off a cliff! I just hope that RIM has the resources to survive that plus they get BB10 and the new phones out on the new schedule without further delays. I just cannot understand how they dropped the ball with the PB. A fantastic tablet, I love it but even I am looking at alternatives.



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    Quote Originally Posted by rafiki View Post
    Again, I hope you are right but the figures have fallen off a cliff! I just hope that RIM has the resources to survive that plus they get BB10 and the new phones out on the new schedule without further delays. I just cannot understand how they dropped the ball with the PB. A fantastic tablet, I love it but even I am looking at alternatives.
    At the end of the day you have to pick a tablet that is right for you. The PlayBook is a great tablet, I would be surprised if you can find a tablet that is better than it right now.

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    After using the PlayBook and having multi-tasking and gestures, I could never use anything else. I picked up and messed around with a Samsung Galaxy S3 the other day and found myself frustrated with it as it was a one screen at a time device.

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    As I say, I love my PB but I fear for it's future development.

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