1. mikelcal's Avatar
    Apparently the Telegraph hasn't got the memo. Lets make sure they hear what #TeamBlackBerry thinks. Vote on their poll to show them that we know BB will make a comeback!


    'There is a lot of excitement about this future but we need to get to this future." The words of Research in Motion's chief executive, Thorsten Heins, at the company' annual shareholder meeting last week in Waterloo, Ontario, neatly summed up the BlackBerry maker's problem. The future is bright – but is their business going to be part of it?

    Angela Merkel is the German leader who has faced the greatest pressure over the past six months, but the 6ft 6in Heins would surely be second in any list of Germans in the line of fire.

    Unexpectedly promoted to the top job at RIM in January, the former Siemens executive is tasked with engineering the revival of the company that brought the world its once-favourite communication device.

    The BlackBerry was, at its peak, so popular it was nicknamed the CrackBerry and fans could point to President Barack Obama as its most famous addict.

    Will BlackBerry be able to reverse its ailing fortunes?

    07-15-12 11:38 AM