We see what happens when you post original thoughts
you look like a moron.
Stick to copy and past please
What else is he going to say?
Last time when he said 50/50 you morons said What else is he going to say?
ALU had $24.6 billion in DEBT. It was in worse shape than BlackBerry and it avoided BK
Your silly scare tactics are useless@!
Moron..Chen has only been CEO for a measly six months. You cant even dress yourself in that amount of time
"he buy cheap and sell into the strength "
Too bad you are not smart enough to do the same
I see you still need spoon feeding
Chen also discussed the company's recent foray into the Internet of Things market. The company's "Project Ion" initiative relies on a cloud back-end infrastructure and BlackBerry's QNX software to let devices send information to the cloud. BlackBerry will use its expertise in data security to get enterprises to use its platform to connect all manner of devices.
Nobody ever said that they don't need consumer market...stop making #$%$ up
Chen also made sure to note that BlackBerry has no plans to completely abandon the remaining loyal customers it has in the consumer market.
“One critical challenge we have been addressing is the company’s broad approach on both enterprise and consumer markets,” Chen told the site. “[This] doesn’t mean we are turning our back on the consumer–far from it–but it’s important we narrow our focus on our core strengths. I believe in the values of this brand and I’ve assembled the right team and strategy with the strong confidence that we will rebuild BlackBerry for the benefit of all of our constituencies.”
From last week...
"We’re working on a series of other things that relate to BBM to continue that move to BBM in the enterprise space,” Mr. Sims said.
“That doesn’t mean to say that BBM is not important in the consumer space, it’s very important to us in the consumer space, but we also think that part of the bigger picture of monetizing BBM is monetizing it within the enterprise and leveraging it there.”
John Sims as President, Global Enterprise Services
Chen defended the BBM service saying that it's meeting the company's expectations.
"We have a lot of Android users. Less so on Apple," he said.
"It's less pervasive in North America. It's very pervasive in South Africa, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brazil. Those countries."
Chen said NOTHING about the Z3 being a 'flop'?
You see Black helicopters I am sure
This is what Chen said yesterday.... “We have a lot of problems, but it’s not dead,”
Doesn't sound like something a Hypster would say. Maybe in your warped world it is
Of course I know what to look for dummy. I was waiting for YOUR description
I see you just like to spew nonsense all day. That's what happened when you become a bashtard. You end up posting absurdities all day just to stay relevant