11 Dec '12, 5am

Is Research In Motion hesitant to leave #legacy for #innovation?

Is Research In Motion hesitant to leave #legacy for #innovation?

Having followed the BlackBerry 10 development since the Developer Conference last year, it is good to see that the smartphone pioneer is ready to get back into the game with the imminent launch of the BlackBerry 10 devices. Thorsten Heins is playing his game cautiously, and rightfully so. At the BlackBerry Jam Americas, Thorsten mentioned that BlackBerry 10 gave Research In Motion a shot at being the Number Three smartphone player in the market. That comment immediately drew criticism from most of the Western media as being a low-driven goal. Thorsten later explained that the first step would be to aim for the Number Three spot first, getting things right, before taking on Google and Apple in for the top two spots. Research In Motion is in this to win it, starting small and working their way up.

Full article: http://e27.sg/2012/12/11/is-legacy-holding-research-in-mo...

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