Research In Motion is losing market share [UPDATE]

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Research In Motion is losing market share
. Despite a growth in the company's subscriber base in all regions, except North America, RIMM posted its 1Q2012 (FY2013) results, extending losses and forcing analysts to lower their estimates yet again.
bad, bad, bad!!!!!!
Meh. Steve Jobs is gone from Apple and it's obvious that some type of decline is about to happen there. I'm not saying they're in trouble, but I think they've peaked for now.

Microsoft just had Steven Sinofsky, president of Microsoft's Windows and Windows Live operations, leave too.

Google seems stable, but Android is vicariously being sued through Samsung and HTC by Apple.

The iPhone 5 was unimpressive and Android is still clunky.

If BB10 is all it's made up to be, I think RIM has a great shot at coming back. It's not only technology but trends and fashion. There is more to this than simply which has a better UI/OS. Even if BB10 is amazing, they still have to become 'cool' again, and I think this is a perfect time for that to happen. They're at the bottom of the barrel and people always love great products from the underdogs. We'll see though...
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BBRY is getting luke warm. Looks like it's finally ready to start a big push up
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