Can This Move Save a Dying Smartphone...

Can This Move Save a Dying Smartphone Company?

There are 2 comments on the The Motley Fool story from Sep 1, 2012, titled Can This Move Save a Dying Smartphone Company?. In it, The Motley Fool reports that:

Bleeding smartphone maker Research In Motion has been crushed by its competition over the past two years.

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kenneth mckee

Canada

#1 Sep 3, 2012
I know things look gloomy for this company,but I think it would be good if everyone would wish them well. They are trying hard to revive themselves. They deserve credit for their fighting resolve.
ronstermadness

Camrose, Canada

#2 Sep 13, 2012
i own a bold 9900 after years of using iphone and to be honest this os7 is much better then the ios by far. i think they just need better marketing. the iphone is turly a toy. my phone seems so far ahead yet the company is behind i dont get it. i thing once bb10 is out and the phone excels on fun as much as it does now on funchion that things well turn around....... if they get the marketing right!

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