Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 25th Jul 2011 22:27 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "Research in Motion said today it is planning to cut 2000 jobs as part of a cost optimization program. The company gave other additional details on the program as well, which it first announced in June. The changes are aimed at creating greater alignment of the organization, and streamlining its operations to better position the company for future growth and profitability."
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Basically, they're losing the game
by Nico57 on Tue 26th Jul 2011 00:53 UTC
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Almost every new model launched since (and starting with) the Storm has been a total disaster (my POV of course).

Once upon a time, they did one thing and did it right: the working man/woman smartphone, with a half-sized screen and a full keyboard.
They had the best usability, a well designed OS, very good battery life, enterprise integration software and so on.

Then competition caught back, teenagers started loving BBs, RIM set on this new target and they went off track.

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