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  • "We believe [BlackBerry 10] is likely to be DOA," asserts Pac Crest's James Faucette, whose bearish remarks are contributing to today's selloff in Research In Motion (RIMM -7.5%). BB10's unfamiliar UI and dearth of apps will hurt its appeal, thinks Faucette, who also issued a very bearish report on RIM in September. [View news story]
    Hey, FauXcette and Gloomberg: it's CBA, as in "Certified Before Arrival". Get ready for another rally.
    Nov 8 04:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "We believe [BlackBerry 10] is likely to be DOA," asserts Pac Crest's James Faucette, whose bearish remarks are contributing to today's selloff in Research In Motion (RIMM -7.5%). BB10's unfamiliar UI and dearth of apps will hurt its appeal, thinks Faucette, who also issued a very bearish report on RIM in September. [View news story]
    I call BS.
    Nov 7 02:29 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Blackberry 10 Is Almost Here [View article]
    @Marcap : RIM has zero debt. Where does this come from ?
    Nov 7 09:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Blackberry 10 Is Almost Here [View article]
    Well, then enjoy locked gingerbread approved OS (almost kidding ;))
    Nov 7 09:39 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Told You So: RIM's Warning And Path To Demise [View article]
    Gutone, 5 months later, can you self-comment your article ?
    Nov 6 03:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Blackberry 10 Is Almost Here [View article]
    lol Marcap ... iOS is now in the top 10 list of threat (Kaspersky labs), due to iTunes .... Actualize your knowledge.
    Nov 6 02:55 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Blackberry 10 Will Be A Success [View article]
    @ Ben (are you paid for that ? lol)

    Hey guys, I've just set a startup, do ya wanna bite some ?

    - I have signed 80 million engagements and it's growing
    - I have $2 billion of cash
    - I own my buildings and several patents some would kill for
    - I own the greatest mobile Operation Network of the world
    - I'm recognized for my reliability and security
    - I have a brand new platform (from back-end to devices) that brings a new user paradigm and devices interoperability.
    - I'm vertical and my all environment is my own.

    I spent some time and money to set this up, but now I'm on track and I deliver on time. Developers are happy, carriers are supporting and happy to promote a competitor and the tech media is joining the *wow* dance.

    Come and buy some stock, it's currently discounted 40% of my book value.
    Nov 2 06:42 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Blackberry 10 Will Be A Success [View article]
    The "recovery device" will be the full touch. This and LTE were RIM's lacks for the last years.
    I'm a physical keyboard fan. I use the alpha for developing purposes almost every day. I'm not unconditional anymore ... but I don' care anyways, I'll buy both touch and physical lol.
    Nov 2 06:28 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Blackberry 10 Will Be A Success [View article]
    @ Tom_O :
    iOs6 = 386+9 bonus points
    BB10 = 484 + 11 bonus points.

    So I believe I can state that iOS is "pretty poor" compared to BB10 witch, may I precise, is still Beta and will gain some more points before it gets released. Also note that the "arbitrary" part of this test has been noticed and many changes have been made. BTW it was in favor of the appl browsers, as many users were setting their browsers to "desktop mode", cheating the detection to gain extra features on several sites.

    The HTML5 test is only about compliance.
    For details, just check this comparison table : http://bit.ly/SB5NbL
    Nov 2 06:16 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Move Over BlackBerry: Pentagon Considers Adding iPhone Or Android Devices [View article]
    lol Marcap. You've not changed a word for over 6 months ... obviously some things have changed. I'm impressed by your sedulity. Bashing RIM seems to be a half-time job at least. Hope it gets you some cash back anyhow.

    P.S: ask N.Yers how fast they took their BB back to be able to communicate. Serious situation = serious devices.
    Nov 1 07:14 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Move Over BlackBerry: Pentagon Considers Adding iPhone Or Android Devices [View article]
    - Please excuse my former post, deleted. I mixed two contributions and obviously answered the bad one -
    Nov 1 06:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Blackberry 10 Will Be A Success [View article]
    @neil : I believe it's a matter of time. Incredibly, the iOs support of HTML5 is pretty poor, but BB10 devices will bring this close to the Nirvana. Latests bench made the BB10 HTML5 engine (browser and apps) the most compliant ever ... even more than desktops'.
    Nov 1 12:47 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Blackberry 10 Will Be A Success [View article]
    @Ben : PLEASE ... this is well know for months now that there will be a physical bold-like keyboard device !
    I'm sure you haven't hold it (its pre-version, the dev Alpha) as I have. You won't make sentences like your last one. Who talks about knifes and bazooka when it's a matter of nuclear weapon ? ;) :D
    Nov 1 12:45 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Research In Motion's Biggest Risk Could Be A Hostile Takeover Bid By Microsoft [View article]
    @markap : it's not abour USER porting the app he wants. It's about programmers to do so. The multiple language offering (HTML5 WebWorks forked from phoneGap, C++, Cascade, Qt and Air) is going to encourage that. Strongly.
    BB customers are often named "users with a credit card". That developers won't ignore when BB10 hits the street.
    Oct 25 12:23 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Tech Stocks To Beat Google's High Valuations [View article]
    Please also note that they did not actually "LOST" emails: these have been delayed; not a single was lost. Even in a "critical" situation, RIM infrastructure is built for resistance (that was the case for these disruptions or even the former single outage), so that users won't lose data.
    This has never (?) been pointed out ... ask hotmail users what they think about it ...
    Oct 15 10:06 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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