“BlackBerry 10 was originally supposed to debut by the end of this year. RIM was supposed to launch new phones designed specifically for the new operating system,” Kovach reports. “The PlayBook tablet was also supposed to get an upgrade.”
Kovach reports, “This does not look good for RIM. As the company sheds jobs and loses more marketshare to competitors like Apple and Google, it’s becoming more and more clear that the company could be sold before BlackBerry 10 ever sees the light of day.
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MacDailyNews Take: Research in Super Slow Motion.
As we wrote back on August 5, 2010: “RIM. Dead Company Walking.”
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Dan K." for the heads up.]