In the world of Federal employees and Bluetooth-clad M&A bankers, BlackBerry smartphone design is king. But outside John McCain’s Senate office bathroom, the general public has been far less receptive to RIM, a company that’s almost void of leadership, and that’s lost tens of billions of dollars in market value and suffered plummeting market share at the hands of Apple and Google.
At its event in New York today, BlackBerry announced it’s newest device, the BlackBerry Classic. Harkening back to BlackBerry’s strongest days of yore, the phone features a, well, classic QWERTY form-factor, running the company’s ne... Read Post
While I was writing an overview of RIM’s new BlackBerry phone yesterday, it certainly seemed as if this story wouldn’t be far behind. Though I have to admit surprise for it being this fast, Google’s Android has now overtaken RIM’s B... Read Post