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Gizmodo has a funny article entitled 9 Reasons Why RIM’s CEO Is Totally Delusional. The article relates 9 choice quotes from RIM CEO Thorsten Heins, who seems to be living on some planet all by himself, while his company dies a horrible … Continue reading
You can’t make this stuff up. RIM is circling the drain and their best response is this. They deserve to go out of business simply based on a lack of style and savvy. Sources: pcmag, ctv, computerworld.
It physically pains me to watch this video, above, introducing Thorsten Heins the new CEO of RIM. After RIM’s co-chief executives and co-chairmen Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis stepped down, I did not think the company could do any worse. Apparently I … Continue reading
RIM “CEOs” Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis said yesterday that they had requested to change their salary to $1 per year, which is something, I say, they should have done years ago. RIM is increasingly in trouble and appears headed … Continue reading
According to the Wall St. Journal, RIM is going to take a $485 million loss on the BlackBerry Playbook. Chip Cummins of WSJ reports that PlayBook, which was released in April, sold 500,000 tablets in its first quarter, 250,000 in … Continue reading
Oct. 27th: RIM released the hideous BlackBerry Porsche. RIM Stock: 21.28 Nov. 2nd: RIM Stock: 18.84. (Below book value) Enough said.
If you have not seen these, take some time to view the two videos, below, out recently from RIM (makers of BlackBerry) and Microsoft. Both are “concept” videos of the magic of technology in the future. Here’s what Microsoft has … Continue reading
The new BlackBerry 9900, above, was greeted with a lukewarm reception. Research in Motion (RIM) the Waterloo, Ontario-based Company, which was once flying high with its BlackBerry products, is seemingly headed towards the end. BlackBerry was heavily adopted in the … Continue reading