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  • Sell BlackBerry Now [View article]
    It is said that 'Hunger is the evolutionary force.'

    Blackberry has been hungry for some time which has forced them to innovate.

    Apple has been fat and plump like King Henry for a longer time.


    Let's see how the future unfolds....I like BB at these prices.

    I like it a LOT.
    Mar 30 09:53 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Sell BlackBerry Now [View article]
    the news is significant in that other companies cannot rip off Blackberry's keyboard design which apparently is still very much in demand.

    It was unrelated to cybersecurity hence why it was 'breaking' news.
    Mar 30 09:51 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Report: Lithium batteries probed in Malaysian Air disappearance [View news story]
    Present techniques to create hydrogen from methane have only 50% of the carbon impact as fossil fuels:

    http://onforb.es/1ePPd0f
    Mar 29 02:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Report: Lithium batteries probed in Malaysian Air disappearance [View news story]
    I'm with you only I haven't sold yet....I think the best is yet to come as the technology finally becomes cost-efficient.

    It is bothersome that it moves up and down with PLUG but once Ballard announces its own initiatives in telecom, auto, aviation, backup power then it should decouple and overtake PLUG.
    Mar 29 02:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Report: Lithium batteries probed in Malaysian Air disappearance [View news story]
    @John

    I do get that. and that is why Big Oil is reluctantly being forced to give HFCs a try.

    However natural gas is not the only way to produce hydrogen.

    There are ways that are 100% renewable:

    http://bit.ly/1h4A76V
    Mar 29 02:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry core loss not as bad as feared [View news story]
    they figured out the net cash question and yes they still have 2.7B on hand.
    Mar 29 02:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Has The Bloom Come Off The Rose? [View article]
    what is appealing to an investor is the technological superiority of BB10, BES12, BBM and the applications associated with QNX.

    This superiority will eventually come to be monetized and in demand.
    Mar 29 10:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Has The Bloom Come Off The Rose? [View article]
    September ER is two quarters from now. By then the BB10 line of devices will have had more time to become better known (in countries outside the USA) and the Z3 device will be on the market.

    Revenues will have a chance to improve.
    Mar 29 10:40 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry turns negative; Chen promises QWERTY phone push [View news story]
    Emerging markets and Foxconn give Blackberry a shot to remain in the hardware/handset business.
    Mar 29 10:36 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Report: Lithium batteries probed in Malaysian Air disappearance [View news story]
    the green-movement will force them to do it and eat the costs. They now have to compete with the promise of Tesla and I believe that to be the catalyst that will force Big Oil's hand to embrace HFCs.
    Mar 29 10:35 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sell BlackBerry Now [View article]
    not if BBRY can demonstrate their superior security in a world of increasing cybertheft and terrorism.

    Then they will be flocking to BES and BB10 in droves.

    Breaking News: http://bit.ly/1lsWA5n
    Mar 28 11:28 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Report: Lithium batteries probed in Malaysian Air disappearance [View news story]
    and now you have the chance to buy into BLDP when they are trading in their adolescent phase. Ballard is about to reveal to their world how in demand their technology has the potential to be.

    Global, clean, cheap, service-free, power:

    http://bit.ly/1l5yZVR

    amongst other applications.
    Mar 28 11:26 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Report: Lithium batteries probed in Malaysian Air disappearance [View news story]
    there you go: the beginnings of the erosion of your lack of refuelling station criticism
    Mar 28 11:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Has The Bloom Come Off The Rose? [View article]
    you underestimate the growth that is coming in these emerging markets where Blackberry can shed it's 'obsolete' stigma.

    that is where the money is going to be made going forward. from a growth standpoint.

    those users will use BBM by the hundreds of millions. BBM will become one of the globe's pre-eminent messaging and digital marketplaces.

    BES12 is taking longer than us longs would hope but when it does arrive there will be nothing that can compete with what it offers via end-to-end security. Blackberry will basically have a monopoly on it, like they do so far with the DoD.

    BB10 is just a bit too sophisticated for the dumbed-down consumers who have used Apple or Android for the past 5 years. It is hard to change what you become cognitively habituated to. That hurdle won't exist in emerging markets and eventually will seep more and more into markets when it's superiority becomes better understood. the incredible functionality of the QNX-based architecture.

    My grandmother resisted us giving her a microwave oven back in the 80s. She said her current conventional oven was just fine. When she finally gave it a try, she grew to love it for its convenience and functionality.

    The same will happen with BB10. But not this year.

    This is a long play for those that are underwater and still a trade for those adept enough to sense the ebbs and flows in the sentiment.

    But eventually, whether it is one, or three, years, the Longs will be rewarded. And handsomely.

    Shorts will get squeezed as after today, there will remain a lot of them for a very limited float. That will be a painful time. Like us Longs have endured for a couple years now.

    In the end, all accounts will be squared. :)

    P.S. this comment was in no way an endorsement for microwaving your food!!
    Mar 28 10:11 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Report: Lithium batteries probed in Malaysian Air disappearance [View news story]
    Europe is quickly moving to build a hydrogen infrastructure and the rest of the world will follow.

    Big Oil may try to stymie Hydrogen in the U.S. but that can't last for long.

    http://bit.ly/1rN1qvy
    Mar 28 08:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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