"“It’s about survival now, it’s not about BlackBerry 10,” said Mr. Wu, who is based in San Francisco. “That’s almost secondary. The battle now is staying alive and looking after your current customers. It’s not really clear that their core customers are looking for BlackBerry 10.”BlackBerry Maker Posts a Loss, but Stock Jumps in After-Hours Trading - NYTimes.com
Unless BlackBerry 10 is an exceptional hit, which is far from certain, Mr. Wu said that RIM might be able to continue for only one or two more years. Some analysts had expected that the company would report that subscriber growth had stalled. At a developers’ conference earlier this week, Mr. Heins said that the number of BlackBerry users had instead grown to 80 million, up from 78 million."
Friday, September 28, 2012
BlackBerry Maker Posts a Loss, but Stock Jumps in After-Hours Trading - NYTimes.com
Still a grim RIM outlook