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Mobile pioneer Research in Motion enjoyed a technological lead and brand recognition with its ubiquitous BlackBerry mobile-email devices since they debuted in 1999, but due to “poor marketing strategies,” the firm recently lost its lead to Apple. The company’s PlayBook tablet, launched six months ago, is finally going on sale this month, weeks after Apple’s second version of the iPad was available. RIM issued a weak earnings outlook for the current period and shares were declining. Does this mark the beginning of the end for RIM? Tell us what you think.
Read more in The Wall Street Journal.VN:R_U [1.9.7_1111]RIM's BlackBerry Prospects Dim as Apple Takes a Bigger Bite,
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