Samsung Australia later denied being involved in the protest which left everyone a bit curious as to who the mastermind was. James Croft from MacWorld's MacTalk podcast did some digging into the "Wake Up" web site source code and found this to be a Doubleclick source identifier with a number of src=2215527;type=black822. When the numbers are sifted through Google, you see a number of hits that lead to RIM's Australian web site. We aren't talking about a BlackBerry fan site here, we are talking about RIM's own Australian based web site.
"Blunty" has worked with BlackBerry before, even penning a glowing review of the BlackBerry PlayBook before its arrival in the country.
If all of this is true, and at this point RIM has yet to comment one way or the other, it would seem that Samsung deserves an apology. As for RIM, well, we're not sure what the Canadian manufacturer could possibly gain from this promotion. Perhaps it is just the beginning of an ad campaign for the new BlackBerry 10 handsets. With the BlackBerry World Conference beginning May 1st, the timing might just fit.
source: MacWorld via RedmondPie