1. anon(5828343)'s Avatar
    The following quote published in www.policymic.com was interesting:

    "The fact is," said one systems administrator, speaking anonymously, "nobody likes it anymore. They don't like using technology that they feel is old because they feel that reflects negatively on them in front of clients." And that, more than any quarterly announcement, might just be the death knell for BlackBerry. (Blackberry (BBRY) Stock Woes: Things Are Getting Critical For BlackBerry)

    It left me wondering how I felt being seen by clients using a Q10 or Bold 9900 and whether it even matters. To be frank, in a business environment, I don't feel that using the Q10 is necessarily old. I do often get "why are you still on BB" comments from clients and colleagues but primarily those who converted from BB. Where I do feel outdated is in non-business settings where I get "apps-envy" since so many of my friends are iPhone/Samsung/HTC One users (75% though are iPhone) and they are able to access all sorts of really nifty apps. The iPhone/iTunes integration is makes my BB feel somewhat lacking.

    So how about others? How does your BB feel?
    07-01-13 10:07 AM
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    07-01-13 10:59 AM

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