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  1. Corbu's Avatar
    BlackBerry Limited (BBRY) Short Interest - NASDAQ.com

    Settlement Date Short Interest Avg Daily Share Volume Days To Cover
    7/15/2015 105,160,649 9,653,858 10.893122
    6/30/2015 101,692,389 13,088,261 7.769740
    6/15/2015 90,906,659 6,687,305 13.593915
    5/29/2015 87,104,418 6,517,296 13.365116
    5/15/2015 88,701,849 9,145,588 9.698868
    4/30/2015 82,769,839 7,758,355 10.668478
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    07-24-15 03:08 PM
  2. CDM76's Avatar
    This is why it's down today

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/pakist...174106333.html

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    Good on BlackBerry for not giving into them.

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    07-24-15 03:12 PM
  3. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    We rate Blackberry (BBRY–NASDAQ) a Sector Underperformer with a price target of $6.25. We value BBRY based on segmented valuation and book value. Both equate to ~$6.00 per share. Our segmented value approach values BBRY at $6.25. Blackberry’s last reported book value was $6.63 assuming 529.5 million shares outstanding. A revision to our current view would be positive data points supporting Blackberry’s new focus on the enterprise including examples of companies paying for its mobile device management of Blackberry, iOS and Androids, mobile security and more broadly the M2M market. We need to see a viable path to a stabilization of service revenue. Our view is it will take time and clear evidence that this has happened to bring back a broader group of investors, other than very deep value investors, to Blackberry.
    .[/I]

    Is that their Book Valuation... or BlackBerry own?
    07-24-15 03:18 PM
  4. BACK-2-BLACK's Avatar
    Is that their Book Valuation... or BlackBerry own?
    Can't answer that. It was in the CIBC report put out by Todd Coupland.
    Maybe you can contact him to confirm and get more details?
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    07-24-15 03:26 PM
  5. spiller's Avatar
    Shorts are up adding at $8 and under. They continue to push it down as there are no big buyers coming in. They need to announce and demo the coming slider and blackberry experience. It's almost august and this should

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    07-24-15 03:35 PM
  6. BACK-2-BLACK's Avatar
    Qnx is on everything


    Discover how QNX touches your life




    Known the world over for its ultra-reliable software, QNX Software Systems celebrates over 35 years in business. Over the years, QNX software technology has become a big part of everyday life - from controlling infotainment systems in cars to delivering renewable energy to homes.

    People encounter QNX technology every day when they:

    1. Flip a light switch QNX technology controls thousands of power generation systems, from wind turbines to nuclear stations to hydroelectric plants.
    2. Go online QNX technology is at the core of massive Internet routers that handle data, voice, and video traffic for hundreds of millions of users every day.
    3. Use a credit card Banks the world over use QNX-based systems to issue payment cards and PINs, facilitating secure, reliable transactions.
    4. Take a nap QNX-based spinning and weaving systems produce high-quality fabrics for everything from bed sheets to towels, sweaters, and furniture.
    5. Keep house QNX-based robot vacuums can clean your entire home, even under beds and other furniture. So you can sit back instead of hurting your back.
    6. Work Wide A multitasking powerhouse with an innovative touch-enabled keyboard and large square touchscreen, the QNX-powered BlackBerry Passport smartphone is purpose-built for mobile productivity.
    7. Wear jeans Automated warehouse systems based on QNX technology help jeans, T-shirts, and shoes move quickly from the factory floor to the retail store.
    8. Mail a letter Mail-sorting machines use QNX technology to push the performance envelope, processing 40,000 letters per hour.
    9. Keep cool at the checkout QNX technology helps keep HVAC systems humming in big box stores across North America.
    10. Go to college Students and professors worldwide use QNX technology to perform medical research, explore new forms of energy generation, and drive the evolution of autonomous cars.
    11. Take a train QNX technology works hard on the railroad, coordinating traffic, controlling locomotives, managing cockpit controls, powering black boxes, and even performing tilt control.
    12. Fly in a plane From the tarmac to the open sky, QNX-based systems go the distance, training pilots, tracking aircraft, handling luggage, and powering in-flight infotainment.
    13. Board a boat QNX-based navigation systems keep cruise ships on course by helping crews navigate through fog, bad weather, and narrow estuaries.
    14. Ride a motorbike Being an easy rider is easier than ever, thanks to QNX-based infotainment systems that provide GPS, satellite radio, and smartphone connectivity.
    15. Get roadside help Deployed in millions of cars, QNX-based telematics systems automatically call for help in a crash and can even tell emergency responders where to find you.
    16. Stay connected on the road QNX-based infotainment systems personalize your driving experience with seamless access to the latest cloud content and smartphone apps.
    17. Get a caffeine fix Car navigation systems built on QNX technology not only provide automatic route selection and turn-by-turn directions, but can even locate the nearest coffee shop if youre thirsting for a latt.
    18. Go for a digital drive QNX-based digital instrument clusters combine 3D navigation, backup cameras, virtual mechanics, and personal content for the ultimate driving experience.
    19. Make a hands-free call Using QNX acoustics technology, automotive hands-free systems filter out noise from roads, tires, and air vents for the ultimate in crisp, clear phone conversations.
    20. Enjoy a quality ride Test and diagnostic systems powered by QNX technology help automakers work the kinks out of new car models before they hit the road.
    21. Go for a checkup QNX-based diagnostic devices perform everything from blood analysis and eye testing to angiography, mammography, hemodynamic monitoring, and CT scanning.
    22. Get better QNX technology is at the heart of healthcare systems that destroy cancer, perform dialysis, infuse medication, monitor heart pumps, and control surgical robots.
    23. See better Every day, QNX-based laser surgery systems help people reduce their dependency on glasses and contact lenses.
    24. Breathe clean air QNX-based solar inverters help harness the energy of the sun while QNX-based building automation systems slash power consumption, reducing the need to burn fossil fuels.
    25. Keep it green From blowout preventers for oil rigs to monitoring devices that detect air pollution, QNX-based systems work night and day to protect our environment.
    26. Save gas QNX-based traffic control systems help reduce fuel consumption by optimizing traffic flow, minimizing traffic jams, and reducing waits at intersections.
    27. Play guitar With QNX-based looping pedals, solo guitarists can become their own one-man bands.
    28. Play a gig Pro musicians rely on QNX-based digital equalizers to achieve the perfect mix of bass, treble, and everything in between.
    29. Catch an action flick From motion-control systems to Oscar-winning flying cameras, QNX technology helps Hollywood create, and film, spectacular special effects.
    30. Watch TV Broadcasters worldwide rely on QNX-based systems to manage and transmit live television productions.
    31. Do Vegas QNX technology powers intercasino gaming systems that can pay out multi-million-dollar winnings, with zero tolerance for error.
    32. Tune in QNX-based audio routers help radio stations broadcast to millions of listeners, 24 hours a day, non-stop.
    33. Go wakeboarding QNX technology powers control panels on wakeboats that create the perfect swell for wakeboarders, wakeskaters, and wakesurfers.
    34. Have a snack QNX-based packaging systems help keep chips and other snacks fresh until youre ready to eat them.
    35. Visit the Milky Way Star fields projected by QNX-based planetarium systems are so realistic, you feel youre in outer space.


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    07-24-15 03:39 PM
  7. zyben's Avatar
    On the Jeep hack:

    07-24-15 03:56 PM
  8. BACK-2-BLACK's Avatar
    I believe the SP today reacted against JC's comments about aiming towards putting out 1-2 devices per year... vs 4.

    I'm sure it is the same wannabe CEOSs and ANALysts who are also saying to ditch the hardware business altogether and being vocal.

    Talking out of both sides of their mouth. Go figure.


    Anyway, when he mentioned in the Fox Interview about reducing phones, he highlighted "design, manufactuing, etc" the whole 9 yards when putting out a phone....

    So just wondering ..... does this mean BB will be reducing the design, manufacturing, etc resources...... and basically outsourcing all this? So in essence still putting out phones, but not directly from BB like in the past?

    ala Samsung slider dual curved screen phone?

    Back in Nov 2014 (i think) when they announced the Samsung partnership, they did go on to mention how they were looking at having a deeper relationship with Samsung...one where it would benefit both, using Samsung's Consumer Reach, and Samsung using BB assets.....
    bbjdog and KenFletch like this.
    07-24-15 04:00 PM
  9. pbfan's Avatar
    Can't answer that. It was in the CIBC report put out by Todd Coupland.
    Maybe you can contact him to confirm and get more details?
    Here are screenshots for Assets and Liabilities from tdwaterhouse. I am not an accountant, but from the Assets and Liabilities, the net value is 6190-2677 = 3513m. The "book" value is 3513m/529.5m = 6.63 per share with 529.5 million shares outstanding,

    The BBRY Café.  [Formerly: I support BBRY and I buy shares]-bbry-accets.jpg

    The BBRY Café.  [Formerly: I support BBRY and I buy shares]-bbry-liabilities.jpg
    Last edited by pbfan; 07-24-15 at 04:27 PM.
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    07-24-15 04:08 PM
  10. Corbu's Avatar
    BlackBerry 'Dallas' arrives at the FCC | CrackBerry.com

    Bla1ze:

    As a bit of a side note, BlackBerry CEO John Chen and BlackBerry COO Marty Beard were both spotted using the still unofficially unannounced device during the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York. PS: Rumored specs are identical to that of the BlackBerry Passport, whether or not that's the case still remains to be seen.
    07-24-15 04:26 PM
  11. CDM76's Avatar
    OT:
    Morgan,
    I know we've mentioned Encana (ECA:TO) on this thread. Hopefully you don't mind a quick question about how are you liking them ? The $1.6B loss announced today has me concerned. I was liking them at $11 but now that they are cutting jobs left right and center (1400 in past year) and draining money (two quarters in a row) I'm a little tepid.

    Thoughts ?

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    07-24-15 04:43 PM
  12. DaSchwantz's Avatar
    >>BES, it is.<<

    And the news media is 100% factually correct. There's no chance they've ever got an acronym one vowel off target...





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    07-24-15 04:53 PM
  13. bbjdog's Avatar
    AFAIK, this is the original source of the story:
    Pakistan decides to block BlackBerry Enterprise services - thenews.com.pk

    BES, it is.



    Also:
    http://tribune.com.pk/story/925906/d...d-in-pakistan/
    Due to 'security reasons', BlackBerry's enterprise services to be banned in Pakistan
    This time around, BlackBerry must stand for the enterprises and consumers. They must not fold like they did in 2010 and later years, in regards to BBM. The headlines and BlackBerry statement should read "we (BlackBerry) stand for security and no one will force us to be unsecure" if you want a less secure product, please use other companies, which we will not mention. I want BlackBerry to take this stand and not waiver from what they stand for!!!!!!!!
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    07-24-15 04:54 PM
  14. DaSchwantz's Avatar
    This time around, BlackBerry must stand for the enterprises and consumers. They must not fold like they did in 2010 and later years, in regards to BBM. The headlines and BlackBerry statement should read "we (BlackBerry) stand for security and no one will force us to be unsecure" if you want a less secure product, please use other companies, which we will not mention. I want BlackBerry to take this stand and not waiver from what they stand for!!!!!!!!
    Ditch Pakistan completely. Back out entirely today. Make it a marketing initiative about BlackBerry providing freedom from terrorist sponsoring police states that make sure that their best properly elected leaders get gunned down before they can ever change anything.

    There's no revenues to speak of anyways. Just cut the whole thing off before they know what hit them and blame the government.

    Soft on Iran means hard on Pakistan. Make sure Iran knows that this is the way it has to go. Honestly, who's the bigger threat? No love lost.
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    Last edited by DaSchwantz; 07-24-15 at 05:07 PM.
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    07-24-15 04:57 PM
  15. awindsr's Avatar
    It's odd on CrackBerry how many threads get closed for being inappropriate or redundant, yet this thread has been allowed to grow to 87,000+ posts!!

    In all seriousness, this thread is like a discussion forum of its own with multiple topics. It's kind of insane... just my 2 cents.

    /unsubscribe
    So what in this "insane "thread is inappropriate or redundant, by your definition?


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    07-24-15 05:07 PM
  16. CDM76's Avatar
    So what in this "insane "thread is inappropriate or redundant, by your definition?


    Posted via CB10
    Don't feed the trolls. Ignore it and it will Starve and go away.

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    07-24-15 05:12 PM
  17. bbjdog's Avatar
    Ditch Pakistan completely. Back out entirely today. Make it a marketing initiative about BlackBerry providing freedom from terrorist sponsoring police states that make sure that their best properly elected leaders get gunned down before they can ever change anything.

    There's no revenues to speak of anyways. Just cut the whole thing off before they know what hit them and blame the government.
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    1000000% behind you on this!!!!! BlackBerry should also think if it's more profitable to protect consumers instead of enterprises and governments. This is a direction BlackBerry needs to think hard and that's why the executives make the buck. But this exact reason is why BlackBerry is getting slammed left and right on media propaganda and being forced to the brinks, each country want to control everything a person and companies do. BlackBerry stand your ground!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    OT: I want one phone per year to be build and 100% BlackBerry! One phone from the collaboration between BlackBerry and Samsung can change everything and it's not what everyone thinks. But I know nothing about something and something about nothing.
    Last edited by bbjdog; 07-24-15 at 06:06 PM.
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    07-24-15 05:29 PM
  18. Shanerredflag's Avatar
    Lovely day ():

    The BBRY Café.  [Formerly: I support BBRY and I buy shares]-img_20150724_155034.jpg

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    07-24-15 05:34 PM
  19. Shanerredflag's Avatar
    I was going to freak out about the share price...and post a bunch of negative crap, (mostly snarky sarcastic drivel).

    But...

    The reality is, the price is the price...if you believe this company will succeed, who cares what the price is today. If you were hoping for a fast buck...sorry.

    So...I smoked some salmon we caught last week. Stress gone.

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    07-24-15 05:42 PM
  20. awindsr's Avatar
    I think it's a joke that management is doing nothing yet they claim the stock is severely undervalued and they have a buy back option already approved. If I only had a small position I'd get out too. Too deep in it and in the red to get out now. Chen is only supporting the shorts by doing nothing and they provide FUD against his recovery. That doesn't help him.

    I thought the bottom was 8.40 then 7.80 then 7.68 then 7.61....I could put more in and average down but why would I when management has proven they don't care?

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    Management doesn't care?????
    Proven????
    Eeeeek.....
    Put down the gun, Spiller.

    The BBRY Café.  [Formerly: I support BBRY and I buy shares]-fat_hairy_guy_with_guns.jpg-320x480.jpg

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    07-24-15 06:25 PM
  21. Shanerredflag's Avatar
    Bhahahhahaha

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    07-24-15 06:26 PM
  22. awindsr's Avatar
    BlackBerryCentral's BBMC and RapidMobile.biz are reporting that BES is getting shutdown in Pakistan due to government security concerns. BIS remains unaffected.

    http://rapidmobile.biz/blackberry/ne...december-2015/

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    On the upside, if there is one to be found, is that this is a testament to how good BlackBerry is at their job. This should be used when approaching big business.
    "Our products are soooooo good at ensuring privacy and security that Pakistan gave us the boot"
    Cha- ching!
    Another 3000 new BES licences sold!

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    07-24-15 06:42 PM
  23. Bacon Munchers's Avatar
    [B][CENTER]Qnx is on everything ...
    And yet the recurring revenue for this is a pittance. Is BlackBerry treating QNX software as a loss-leader? I don't get it.
    07-24-15 07:09 PM
  24. Shanerredflag's Avatar
    And yet the recurring revenue for this is a pittance. Is BlackBerry treating QNX software as a loss-leader? I don't get it.
    500 mm last ER wasn't it?

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    07-24-15 07:11 PM
  25. BanffMoose's Avatar
    And yet the recurring revenue for this is a pittance. Is BlackBerry treating QNX software as a loss-leader? I don't get it.
    Probably a matter of contracts negotiated either 1) long ago, (latest would be Thorsten Heins' era) or 2) when BBRY management (Mike & Jim, Thorsten) weren't focused on software revenues. Someone said long ago that licensing revenue for embedded systems is pretty low compared to what most people would imagine for say Windows.

    I think Chen would have thought up new ways to get add on revenues on rates he couldn't adjust. But there are limits. People have mentioned that QNX isn't the only (or largest) RTOS in the market. There's at least one other commercial RTOS out there.

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    07-24-15 07:22 PM
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