• Seppo Sahrakorpi
    Rumour: 2013 BlackBerry 10 roadmap leaks online $BBRY $NOK http://bit.ly/16oriSM
    3/30/13
    Reply (14)
    • Tikay: Thought the latest roadmap included 6 devices plus a possible tablet.
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    • Andreas Hopf: Yes. Mr. "Siemens failure" Heins may already need to deviate from his promises. That CEO can't be trusted whatsoever.
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    • sketh: @system : do you have a link to support your claim that Mr Heins is a failure ?
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    • Andreas Hopf: Sure. I consulted for Siemens in that period. And then, Bing/Google translate this http://bit.ly/Z0bu2F German magazines were...
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    • Andreas Hopf: ...full of the disaster that ensued, after Thorsten Heins took over from Ian Moyes who died at just 48 of a stroke. The last large mobile...
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    • Andreas Hopf: ...phone manufacturer Germany had was then driven head first into the wall and even the sales of the remnants to BenQ squandered. I was...
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    • Andreas Hopf: ...told that it was a national shock, on par with what would be said in Canada if BBRY would go bankrupt. This CEO must be watched.
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    • sketh: How do you judge his interview on CNBC last thursday ? I had the feeling that he was lying, he seemend really unconfortable. Could he be ?
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    • voytekp: sketh, love your sarcasm. LOL. Isn't life wonderful now?
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    • Tikay: Something doesn't make sense with your iteration @system. The German government just showed their trust in Heins by ordering 5,000 phones.
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    • sketh: @voytekp Well I kinda miss the good old times of phone booths and iphones. But what can you do
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    • Andreas Hopf: It is not the German government that orders, it is their service providers T-Systems/Secusmart that specify the devices.
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    • Andreas Hopf: T-Systems will provide modified Samsung S2/S3 and Secusmart modified Blackberry Z10 devices.
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    • Andreas Hopf: I found the CNBC interview awkward, like any public appearance of Mr. Heins. But, to his credit, he had to do the usual CEO speak.
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