- CrackBerry Master
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US carriers should be in love with BB
With mobile computing people will be more and more dependent on their 'phone' for all their needs. With our phones likely replacing most if not all our home/work/stationary computing devices there will be a greater demand on the network connections our phones use. This plays right into the hands of the major carriers in the US (as far as I know they are separate from the home service providers like cox, comcast, etc, but I could be wrong, let me know if I am). Theres still a lot of room for growth both in the smartphone market from users who are still feature phone users and in the eventual market of mobile computing and this could be a big boon for the US carriers.BB10: possibly the most disruptive innovation in tech we've yet to see.
RIM is on their way to 'coming-back', although I don't see it as a comeback. I see it as RIM going through a well-managed transition.- hurds (11/4/12) reply: "one of the craziest, most delusional fanboy statements I've ever seen on the Internet. This includes tech forums like this one, sports team forums, political forums you name it." - notafanboy
- 02-18-2013, 02:03 AM #2Bacon should be reclassified as meat candy.Devices: SPH-A620/VGA 1000, Sanyo Katana, BlackBerry 8330, 9630, 9670, MB855 Photon, SPH-L710 Galaxy SIII.
- 02-18-2013, 07:15 AM #3
I wonder if this trend will eventually push phablet devices such as Note 2 into the foreground of the market. I won't be at all surprised to see something of the sort from BBRY in the near future.
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