BB's only hope going forward is the huge community of business users and travelers, those who still work in the corporateland, increasingly collaborate through remote work, but would still like consumer-driven features.
Maybe someone at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement got a sneak peek at BlackBerry 10. At least the agency will wait for its arrival before making a decision on switching to iOS.
Despite the hoopla of recent days about the upcoming Blackberry 10, the NTSB, citing reliability concerns, isn't sticking around to see whether RIM has life.
RIM's ailing smartphone product is losing ground, but it's new camera composite feature lets users combine the best moments to construct the perfect one.