RIM board considering two options - embrace Windows Phone, or open up its secure network to others
0. phoneArena 29 Jun 2012, 03:24 posted on
The first possibility is, naturally, opening up RIM's biggest asset - its secure email and BBM network - to others, and allowing them to use it with third party apps, or just pawning it off to the highest bidder. The other, much more interesting option, comes straight from Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer, who has apparently been circling the board in the last few months to form an alliance with Redmond, and embrace Windows Phone, just like he succeeded to do with Nokia...
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