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By Krishnan Subramanian on September 18, 2012
Tungle.me, a great calendar scheduling application I have been using for the past 3+ years, announced today that they are shutting down their service. RIM acquired them sometime back and, as many expected, they are shutting down Tungle.me. This follows RIM shutting down another service they acquired, Gist. As of Monday, December 3rd, 2012 […]
By Chirag Mehta on January 31, 2012
A lot has been said and discussed about RIM’s downfall: indecisive leadership, inability to innovate at fast pace, and no clear path to recovery. I don’t disagree at all with the analysis and the interpretation of the situation, but I do disagree with the conclusion that many people are drawing and vehemently disagree with their […]
By Dave Michels on January 23, 2012
It has been fun to kick RIM. Text book example of why incumbents get disrupted – they owned/invented email on a mobile phone. They invented the smartphone. We used to call their addicts ’”Crackberries.” But they (along with everyone else) underestimated Apple. Blackberry had a huge market share – relationships with every major cellular carrier, a […]
By Timo Elliott on November 8, 2010
Corporate tablet alternatives to the iPad are now on the horizon.
At the recent Adobe Max 2010 conference, Mike Lazardis demonstrated SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards running on the brand-new Adobe-Flash compatible BlackBerry PlayBook.
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