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BlackBerry 10 Delay Could Spell RIM's Doom
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rcharbonneauh3b
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rcharbonneauh3b,
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6/29/2012 | 5:42:45 PM
re: BlackBerry 10 Delay Could Spell RIM's Doom
What does the people at RIM expect? Old users of RIM will sit and wait for RIM to come out with BB10? By cutting 5000 they think they will deliver in time, they are always behing Apple, Google Samsung ans even Microsoft.
Thanks to the two Bozos that created RIm with not vision.
SalJ
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6/29/2012 | 2:16:23 PM
re: BlackBerry 10 Delay Could Spell RIM's Doom
I don't know if I can hold out until 2013. My BB Bold 9650 is about done, and I am not going to sign another 2 year contract for a soon to be outdated phone. This might be the end of my BB experience.
derekg1701
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6/29/2012 | 12:56:42 PM
re: BlackBerry 10 Delay Could Spell RIM's Doom
Get out of the stock now, while you can.


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