Can BlackBerry keep going the way it's going?

If no one buys BlackBerry can it survive doing what it's currently doing i.e. small consumer presence and large enterprise? I guess iOS and Android will eat into that enterprise share, too.

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JanSt / MOD  Dec. 16, 2014 at 16:17


JanSt / MOD  Dec. 16, 2014 at 20:10

Excuse my short answer earlier.
I take the utter and complete flopping of the Passport very personally - as further proof that
humanity is doomed. Lying SOBs... We want choice... we want different... Oh look, the 1,142nd identikit Android phone... It's so like. Like...
It's sad. BB10 made more progress in both software and hardware in the past 18 month than Android and iOS devices in their combined first 4 years. But no.... Read reviews and it's piffle the writers becry. And bold-faced lies such as "I really wanted to love the Passport because my first phone was a BB blah blah....". Usually, the next sentence is another lie. Or an ignorant generalisation. Every.Single.Time.

So: NO: BB hasn't got a chance. It'll survive in some form and shape, owned by probably 10 diferent companies in the next 15 years... Until it's reduced to a legal team of one in Lenovo's basement - its sole purpose to threaten vague lawsuits re. patent infringements.


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