(Posts: 474; Member since: 05 Jul 2010)
This really isn't a secret anymore..
(Posts: 536; Member since: 20 Apr 2010)
Tens of people around the world are on the edge of their seats in anticipation of the RIM announcement.
(Posts: 397; Member since: 25 May 2011)
I think you meant 10 people. RIM is going down the drain quickly.
Huh? Blackberry grew 59% since last year in the UK. iPhone only 46%
(Posts: 4; Member since: 26 Jul 2011)
Thats like saying you have 5 oranges in one basket and 50 in another. If you were to add 50% more to the first basket and 10% more to the second basket. Which will have more oranges at the end? Just because the growth percentage of blackberries are higher doesnt mean that it had the most growth or the highest number of handsets. It just means that compared to the original amount more people have bought them.
OK, in numbers of handsets iPhone growth was only 20% better (1.7m vs 1.4m). Blackberry is selling roughly the same as iPhone did last year.
(Posts: 3335; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
Wait .... RIM is announcing something?
RIM is "accidentally" announcing this.......LOL. RIM is quickly falling apart and trying to generate some kind of positive buzz. PR is all this is.
Maybe one of the 2,000 workers they are laying off leaked it.
(Posts: 460; Member since: 05 May 2011)
I know why guys are making fun of RIM, Their products are very reliable , they are built very solid ( my 8310 survived my 8th grade and freshman year) they have the best batteries, they may not have the newest technology, but id rather have a blackberry over an iPhone or Android product.just my opinion..
Mt girl (unregistered)
You got that right. If u want a fast draining battery and wonder if you are going to get hacked buy an android. They are real cheap and a dime a dozen.
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