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Analyst: BlackBerry 10 already DOA

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Pacific Crest analyst James Faucette has noted to his clients that RIM's upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system is already DOA (dead on arrival), killing any chance of the company making a comeback. Faucette's note caused the stock to fall 10 percent in daily trading yesterday. Reads the note: "We believe BB10 is likely to be DOA. We expect the new OS to be met with a lukewarm response ...

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#1
LoL...what tipped them off?


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#2
Yeah........wish I could say I'm surprised but..........well.........I'm not.
#3
Not sure I think it's a market thing, in which they need to build up some markets and then release to get it out properly.

There's been huge huge marketing in Australia by blackberry for the last 6 months and after that started their market share had gone up a little bit.
#4
Originally posted by xtago:
Not sure I think it's a market thing, in which they need to build up some markets and then release to get it out properly.

There's been huge huge marketing in Australia by blackberry for the last 6 months and after that started their market share had gone up a little bit.


With enough marketing you can sell anything...to a few people.


#5
I looked up "fail" in the dictionary and there was a picture of RIM.
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