More bad news from RIM. Sales dropped last week 33%. As if that weren’t bad enough, the company’s self-acknowledged life preserver, BlackBerry 10, now won’t be available until early 2013. That is after the Holiday shopping season. It will be after the expected Octob
Last week’s mobility news was led by Apple. This week seemed to be all Microsoft. The surprise announcement of the Microsoft Surface tablet / ultrabook hybrid Monday and Windows Phone 8 Wednesday gave the mobility ecosystem a lot to digest. However, there was other news as well.
There were a lot of stories of interest this week that may impact long-term mobility strategy for global CIOs. Here is the EdgeLens list for top enterprise mobility stories of the week. LTE to grow to 1Billion subscribers in 5 years; Android Bouncer Thwarted; LetMobile Offers Alternat
I was struck by comments in my most recent article on RIM (A World without BlackBerry: Impact or No?) that the company needs to wake up and realize it is a software company. The comment resonated because that had been my opinion as well until I looked at the numbers. It may be that RI
This week in Enterprise Mobility can’t match last week for big stories, but you may want to take note of these three items. Blackberry maker RIM Retains J.P. Morgan and RBC to review strategic options; Speculation that Facebook may launch a phone next year; Microsoft to release