Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th Aug 2012 13:27 UTC, submitted by henderson101
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "Over the past couple weeks, we've read a number of bedtimes stories about RIM's next move. They all start with the same trope: once upon a time, late last century, Apple was on the edge of the precipice and still managed to come back - and how! Today, RIM's situation isn't nearly as dire as Apple's was then. Unlike Apple, it doesn’t need a cash transfusion and, in the words of Thorsten Heins, RIM's new CEO: 'If you look at the platform it's still growing, if you look at the devices we've got a single phone that's sold 45 million units.' RIM will pull off an Apple-like rebound and live happily ever after. Equating RIM 2012 with Apple 1997 is, in so many respects, delusional. Let me count the ways."
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The infamous RIM letter?
by AndrewZ on Tue 7th Aug 2012 14:56 UTC
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Remember how a RIM employee wrote an anonymous open letter to the executives of RIM laying out a bunch of issues?

It would be interesting to revisit that letter and see how valid his comments were.

Edited 2012-08-07 14:57 UTC

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