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    i'm gonna give the folks at rim a chance for a better(and more customizable,free of applez) world by july 2011 to see their latest and greatest in real-life!!! My believes r that they stil have the capacity to make an impact on mobile-life. Just as yesterday we saw the verizon statistic(and i see in it the future plan for bb is almost non-existent) i still hope for a sensible os(QnX) with "normal" ui and booting time!!! Like that is too much to ask from a fone!! Gonna argue about playbook month or two after people review it cause theese days no1 even had a chance to touchmfg: it.... I always was a pragmatic, using almost the best from more platforms( always had a few smart-fones to work and play with) but i still consider my 9700 as a no1 business tool...

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    Paspals, your comment says a lot. The keyword here is business tool. RIM is sticking with the business market. There are a number of advantages in doing this that can build up Monopoly like control in the workplace sector, much like PC has done over Mac. BB users just need to get used to the fact that BlackBerry most likely never will become a app store type phone. Think about it, if they make the BB into a app phone, then it would be bad for business. I know I wouldn't want my employees running around with a company iPhone that can be loaded with games, ect. RIM has worked itself into a market and are working hard to stay there. Take a look at the PlayBook which is designed much around the BES service. The PlayBook can become the mini laptop for many companies that already use BlackBerry as their primary source of communication.

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