View Poll Results: Did you buy shares ?

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  • Yes, I'm acting now !

    694 62.52%
  • No

    416 37.48%
  1. spiller's Avatar
    Just broke through the 200 MA on low volume. Is that a worry? Need a bounce.
    05-01-15 10:09 AM
  2. DaSchwantz's Avatar
    My understanding is that this was the backup system and that they can't fly without having some sort of backup such as this.

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    Then what is the primary system?

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    05-01-15 10:15 AM
  3. Bacon Munchers's Avatar
    Pretty big news to me regarding BBM update for iOS:

    http://mobilesyrup.com/2015/04/28/bb...ampaign=buffer
    05-01-15 10:17 AM
  4. DaSchwantz's Avatar
    Pretty big news to me regarding BBM update for iOS:

    http://mobilesyrup.com/2015/04/28/bb...ampaign=buffer
    Nice! I still think the approach they're using is much better than harvesting phone numbers, but I really want to see BBM cross platform videocall asap.

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    05-01-15 10:24 AM
  5. Soumaila Somtore's Avatar
    05-01-15 10:47 AM
  6. rarsen's Avatar
    OT from the Related Technologies and Security files, companies should be made much more aware about industrial espionage with its many implications and rapidly seek a Software and Smartphone brand recognized for a more qualified & robust approach on Security requirements. Some only learn the hard way, maybe the more expensive pain is the only one that some remember but could rapidly reach the terminal stage in their Business! Hello experiences from Target, Sony, iCloud, Home Depot, JPMorgan and the others from the last year, where not all the long term damages were typically exposed to the media. Hoping fewer join the PAINFUL LIST in 2015 and how are Health Organisations lining up (implications worse than credit cards)?? Rude awakenings are expected !!

    ?Airbus to file complaint over spy claims | ZDNet
    Secret law is a 'direct threat' to Americans' privacy, says NSA whistleblower | ZDNet
    sidhuk, Corbu, lcjr and 7 others like this.
    05-01-15 11:20 AM
  7. MollyMorton's Avatar
    Hmm...I think I remember saying BlackBerry should do some limited advertising for the Passport with Carphone Warehouse here in the UK...it was explained to me how silly I was being...never mind...good to see anyway...


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    CDM76 and Soumaila Somtore like this.
    05-01-15 12:33 PM
  8. plasmid_boy's Avatar
    Hmm...I think I remember saying BlackBerry should do some limited advertising for the Passport with Carphone Warehouse here in the UK...it was explained to me how silly I was being...never mind...good to see anyway...


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    It was bad idea then, but a good idea now



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    sidhuk, lcjr, La Emperor and 14 others like this.
    05-01-15 01:17 PM
  9. MollyMorton's Avatar
    It was bad idea then, but a good idea now



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    Ha. Yes, I think you've got it right.

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    05-01-15 03:52 PM
  10. awindsr's Avatar
    http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/busine...ard-2015_05_01

    Subscription based.
    Am curious if it has a negative tone.
    The title and how the teaser portion ends doesn't seem overly promising.
    Anybody have access to the full article?


    Remember when the BlackBerry was the last word in mobile security? Hold that thought

    Nic Fildes meets the man charged with reviving one of the great must-haves of 21st-century business

    John Chen is many things global executive, turnaround expert, disarmingly humorous and, apparently, a bit retro. Unlike the thousands passing through London Bridge station below, looking abjectly at their iPhones, scrolling up and down with their thumbs, here he is, inside The Shard tower, sat bolt upright, holding a BlackBerry in two hands in front of him, tapping out emails on those familiar, tiny keys.

    Turn the clock back ten years and you wouldnt have noticed. BlackBerry was the must-have communications tool of any self-respecting lawyer, accountant, banker or business leader, but that was before it was crushed underfoot by .....



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    05-01-15 05:31 PM
  11. awindsr's Avatar
    They are migrating away from BlackBerry to go Apple? Why migrate unless they weren't BES in the first place. If they don't want BlackBerry devices and prefer Apple, they don't need to exit.
    I'm confused. Were they not on BES already?
    I'm curious how many customers of theirs may say FU because of the move.
    Would you have more confidence in a financial institution operating under BES, even if they didn't use BlackBerry devices, instead of Mobl plus non BlackBerry.
    I think I'm becoming far more cynical and paranoid of any business who has my personal information and isn't BES controlled ,even if they don't have BB devices.
    Is this foolish for me to look at it this way?
    I guess this bank is giving medium sized companies, medium sized security ?


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    Last edited by awindsr; 05-01-15 at 06:33 PM.
    05-01-15 06:12 PM
  12. spiller's Avatar
    Either MOBL gave it away for a visible public win....or MOBL sure had some smooth talkers and overhyped the product.

    And what will they do in two years when MOBL is in chapter 11?

    Ouch. I'm betting they got it for almost nothing and this is firefighting perception after their terrible quarter....

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    05-01-15 06:51 PM
  13. spiller's Avatar
    Ok so SP for the day....went down and tested a support level and eventually bounced back up.

    It was a good day. Would like to finally see 10.80 next week it's stuck in that 10.20-10.40 range.

    Would like to hear any news or rumour to get some interest in this stock!!

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    05-01-15 07:01 PM
  14. world traveler and former ceo's Avatar
    Either MOBL gave it away for a visible public win....or MOBL sure had some smooth talkers and overhyped the product.

    And what will they do in two years when MOBL is in chapter 11?

    Ouch. I'm betting they got it for almost nothing and this is firefighting perception after their terrible quarter....

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    Yes. No telling what is at play behind the scenes.. when I was CEO of my tech company we would at times bid cost or even less to win strategic projects or customers... they could be so desperate for some "high profile wins" right now to stem the exodus... and counter latest bad Financials...

    Would not surprise me... and as far as their stock.. could be short covering, stock manipulation by MS or those who have $$ motive.. who can say?... except the trends will continue to be negative for this company... burning Cash... losing customers...

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    bungaboy, Corbu, awindsr and 5 others like this.
    05-01-15 07:04 PM
  15. Bacon Munchers's Avatar
    They are migrating away from BlackBerry to go Apple? Why migrate unless they weren't BES in the first place. If they don't want BlackBerry devices and prefer Apple, they don't need to exit.
    I'm confused. Were they not on BES already?
    I'm curious how many customers of theirs may say FU because of the move.
    Would you have more confidence in a financial institution operating under BES, even if they didn't use BlackBerry devices, instead of Mobl plus non BlackBerry.
    I think I'm becoming far more cynical and paranoid of any business who has my personal information and isn't BES controlled ,even if they don't have BB devices.
    Is this foolish for me to look at it this way?
    I guess this bank is giving medium sized companies, medium sized security ?


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    The golden question is if NIBC has set up a subscription. If so, it can be cancelled quickly if (when) the stuff hits the fan.

    In other news, egads! Will someone please intruduce the airline industry to QNX!?
    I guess the existing AD (Air Uselessness) app isn't working out so well:

    http://www.theverge.com/2015/5/1/853...ftware-bug-faa


    The fun doesn't stop there. Here comes the bendable tablet to compliment the phone line. 7.5mm thickness should do it the trick:

    http://bgr.com/2015/05/01/ipad-pro-l...ic-dimensions/


    Happy weekend gang-stas.
    Last edited by Bacon Munchers; 05-02-15 at 02:04 AM.
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    05-01-15 07:22 PM
  16. Corbu's Avatar
    05-02-15 09:41 AM
  17. smart548's Avatar
    The BBRY Café.  [Formerly: I support BBRY and I buy shares]-1430584599274_098458.jpeg

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    bbjdog, bungaboy, sidhuk and 7 others like this.
    05-02-15 11:37 AM
  18. awindsr's Avatar
    http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/7193694



    Customer Loyalty Survey Makes A Few Surprising Connections


    Trader Joe's has some of the most loyal customers in the grocery sector according to Satmetrix's Net Promoter Industry Benchmarks Report . Photop by flickr user Mike Mozart.

    Loyalty can be an elusive quality to track. Sure, you can measure usage of a loyalty-type rewards card, but that's more for determining purchasing trends than the emotional tie a customer has to a brand. The San Mateo, California customer data company Satmetrix is out to connect those two data points -- and it's already made a few surprising connections.

    In its annual Net Promoter Industry Benchmarks Report, a survey of over 30,000 U.S. consumers, Satmetrix found that Trader Joe's has some of the most loyal customers in the grocery sector and that Blackberry is on the rise after years of challenges. The survey collected data on the brands consumer behaviors such as the likeliness of getting a referral or repurchase rate. The company crunches the numbers to create a Net Promoter Score.

    "A high Net Promoter Score means that a company is more likely to experience lower customer acquisition costs, greater customer lifetime value and, ultimately, more sustainable growth," said Brendan Rocks, head of data science at Satmetrix.

    Trader Joe's topped the grocery/supermarket sector for the fifth time in six years. The store is known for their commitment to customer service and general low prices. Fast Company attributes some of the retailer's customer service successes to how well they treat their employees.

    As for BlackBerry, it's not just Kim Kardashian and rapper Drake who love the once-ubiquitous smart phone. Although BlackBerry had the lowest score in the smartphone category, it had the highest increase--up 15 points from last year--in the 2015 study.

    "While Apple and Samsung have the two highest scores, BlackBerry's NPS is now roughly equivalent to Nokia, HTC and Motorola," said Rocks. "This is a quite a turnaround from a year ago, where there was a significant gap between BlackBerry and everyone else. The new models released over the last year seem to have helped; we measured increased perceptions of screen quality."

    Other findings weren't so surprising. Basically, everyone still loves Apple, Amazon and Costco. The report also backs up the trend of people abandoning their cable television provider (many of which had ratings) in favor of online video service Netflix, which had the second highest raise in an NPS score after BlackBerry.



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    05-02-15 12:23 PM
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    Hurry, hurry hard!
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    05-02-15 12:26 PM
  20. chrysaurora's Avatar
    Take my money, BlackBerry!


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    There's no way it's actually that nice.

    If it is, everyone will ask about it, love it.. and then ask if it has SnapChat.

    Where did you get this pic? Ask the renderer to make another with the screen lit to show the functionality of the curves!

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    05-02-15 02:35 PM
  22. chrysaurora's Avatar
    There's no way it's actually that nice.

    If it is, everyone will ask about it, love it.. and then ask if it has SnapChat.

    Where did you get this pic? Ask the renderer to make another with the screen lit to show the functionality of the curves!

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    It is THAT nice. If anything, even better than renders. Unfortunately, you are right - people will ask - does it run snapchat etc. If that problem can be fixed somehow, this device will sell in tens of millions!!!

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    05-02-15 03:00 PM
  23. laketrout73's Avatar
    They are migrating away from BlackBerry to go Apple? Why migrate unless they weren't BES in the first place. If they don't want BlackBerry devices and prefer Apple, they don't need to exit.
    I'm confused. Were they not on BES already?
    I'm curious how many customers of theirs may say FU because of the move.
    Would you have more confidence in a financial institution operating under BES, even if they didn't use BlackBerry devices, instead of Mobl plus non BlackBerry.
    I think I'm becoming far more cynical and paranoid of any business who has my personal information and isn't BES controlled ,even if they don't have BB devices.
    Is this foolish for me to look at it this way?
    I guess this bank is giving medium sized companies, medium sized security ?


    Posted via CB10
    It really seems like a decision to move 'away' from BlackBerry. So BB10 devices and BES were a non-starter for them.


    Q10SQN100-1/10.3.1.2708 | Bell | via CB10
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    05-02-15 03:57 PM
  24. dusdal's Avatar
    There's no way it's actually that nice.

    If it is, everyone will ask about it, love it.. and then ask if it has SnapChat.

    Where did you get this pic? Ask the renderer to make another with the screen lit to show the functionality of the curves!

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    Wondering about that big chin sticking out and how it will affect typing.

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    05-02-15 04:05 PM
  25. Bacon Munchers's Avatar
    This topic has been mentioned, but did anyone catch BlackBerry stating that ALL of bb10's best features will be available cross-plaform!?
    ______________

    BlackBerry has already made some of its crown jewels cross-platform, such as BBM, and added others, such as its 12-per-seat BBM Meetings scheduling service. Now its throwing the unified messaging client Hub, Calendar, Documents to Go, Universal Search and the distinctive software keyboard into the mix.
    ______________

    Are we all aware of this, or is this guy wrong?

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/03...phone_android/



    BTW, I really like how BlackBerry uses a professional touch to correct the idiots' when it comes to fact checking crappy FUD-articles (Fudicles?):


    Attachment 350698

    Brilliant!
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    05-02-15 04:07 PM
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