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  • Bankers Face BlackBerry Dilemma As EZ Pass Program Expires [View article]
    This article is not based on facts but 'bias assumption'. How does the authoer know that 'Bankers are considering ending their love affair with BlackBerry once the EZ Pass program ends in February.'?

    EZ Pass program is part of an enterprise software service for managing different mobile devices (iOS, Android, Blackberry, ...). John Chen has made it clear that hardware is not a focus anymore and the focus is on enterprise software service. So, it makes no sense to say 'Bankers question BlackBerry's lack of popular consumer products and its ability to operate as a going concern.' That was the old bash from shorts back when Thorsten Hein was CEO.

    Another desperate effort from shorts ....
    Jan 1, 2015. 04:07 AM | 17 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Launches BES 12, Partners With Samsung To Ride The MDM Wave [View article]
    You need to understant what it means. It says that Trefis wants to buy shares at $9 from all retail share holders. :-)
    Nov 18, 2014. 08:20 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nothing But Empty Promises From This Former Mobile Giant? [View article]
    BCR, you do not have shorts but you have clients who have tons of shorts. Your clients are kicking you to help them get out of the coming trouble.
    Apr 24, 2013. 01:09 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BBRY Has A Couple More Aces In The Hole [View article]
    Another bear who did not try Z10 before bashing it. Should read reviews from all buyers from US carriers web sites. The feedback are 4/5 or 5/5 on Z10.
    Apr 1, 2013. 12:15 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The DoD will open its networks to iOS (AAPL) and Android (GOOG) devices in Feb. 2014, as part of an effort to develop a "platform agnostic" device policy. That's a negative for BlackBerry (BBRY -3.7%), which currently accounts for 470K of the 600K mobile devices deployed by the DoD, and could be contributing to today's weakness. The DoD, which issued security guidelines for iOS/Android gear last year, adds it's looking to support BB10. (Home Depot[View news story]
    Have you heard that Obama was trying to convince American companies like Apple,... to bring back jobs to US from China, ...
    So, in return US gov. is going to return a favor back to US companies by giving them access to opportunities like mobile enterprise, ...
    Feb 27, 2013. 06:24 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "Only 1.3m Blackberry 10 units would be sufficient to push [BlackBerry] into the black" in the May quarter, estimates Bernstein's Pierre Ferragu, staying bullish on BlackBerry (BBRY +1.3%) even as many on the sell-side offer downbeat views on BB10 sales. Baird's William Power is the latest to offer such a take. "Last week virtually all reps we spoke to [in the U.K. and Canada] were unaware of inventory levels, which would seem to imply that fewer customers have been inquiring about the device." [View news story]
    I think the bearish institutions (which are trying to protect their shorts) are trying to keep the price low for as long as they can hoping some bad news would come. Lots of trading on this stock, if the price goes up (above 15 or 16), there may be lots of selling for profits, ... and bearish institutions or those who shorted do not want that.
    Feb 26, 2013. 06:48 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment