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  • Most U.S. consumers remain either unfamiliar with or unenthusiastic about Nokia (NOK) and BlackBerry's (BBRY) latest hardware, according to an MKM survey of 1,500 people. While 51% of respondents owned a smartphone, only 6% plan to buy a BlackBerry in the next 12 months, and just 1% a Nokia phone. Moreover, in spite of the Z10 and Lumia 920/820 launches, 63% of respondents had no idea when BB10 would launch in the U.S., and 61% were unaware WP8 (MSFT) phones are available. BlackBerry is counting on a fresh marketing push to raise its U.S. profile.  [View news story]
    thats great news.. if blackberry has 1% or less market share now and 6 out of 150 will buy , thats 4% up from 1%, thats a 400% increase .. my contention is that they can only improve their market share in the USA because it is so low.
    Apr 9, 2013. 10:26 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Reasons Why BlackBerry 10's Strong Start Does Not Mean Buy  [View article]
    HERES my take and I have been saying this for a couple of months... blackberrys market share is less than 1% in the USA... it can't go any lower statistically..... it can ONLY go up.. 2% , WOW, 100% increase... I would not be SHORT BB in the USA... they will do better than 1%...
    Feb 7, 2013. 11:17 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Research In Motion (RIMM -1.7%) is sliding a bit ahead of Thursday's FQ3 report, possibly thanks to critical comments from UBS' Phillip Huang. He thinks RIM's recent rally "is reminiscent of Palm which saw shares go from $3 to a peak of ~$18, only to fall back down to $3.76 in about 15 months." (William Blair) (Bernstein[View news story]
    I have an iphone and playbook by rimm,, I love the playbook... I would definiately look at their new phone.
    Dec 17, 2012. 01:31 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment