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Submitted by -Mezzo- 961d ago | opinion piece

Is Blackberry Back? Strong Early Blackberry 10 Demand Could Signal RIM Comeback

BGR - After hitting a rough patch that seemed to last for most of 2012, Research In Motion (RIMM) may finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. RIM plans to unveil the finished version of its next-generation BlackBerry 10 platform at a press conference on January 30th, and at least one new smartphone is expected to be revealed during the event. Generating interest in BlackBerry 10 within the crowded global smartphone market will be no easy task for the struggling vendor, but if demand at top Canadian carrier Rogers is any indication, RIM is off to a promising start. (BlackBerry 10, Phones, Software)

-Mezzo-  +   961d ago
Certainly seems that way, i really hope that they had finally gotten their act together and their new Smartphone Line is amazing.
adorie  +   960d ago
I hope so too.
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