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    My, my. What the world has come to...

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    Things must be bad they are selling one of the corporate jets to save a billion dollars

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    Quote Originally Posted by dushdavj View Post
    Things must be bad they are selling one of the corporate jets to save a billion dollars
    I don't think they need two corporate jets now that they only have one CEO.
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    What I said. What is this world coming to?
    Imagine this:RIM CEO (CIO, FOO et al) taking the normal commute with a Samsung Galaxy SIII in their hand.
    The sky is gonna fall on our heads...

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    If everything goes south for RIM, and everyone jumps off the Blackberry ship, will the name of this website be changed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrholder View Post
    If everything goes south for RIM, and everyone jumps off the Blackberry ship, will the name of this website be changed?
    That's a distinct possibility, Eric. In fact, I've been looking around for domain names.
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    I don't think there are many regulars around here who still use BlackBerry handsets now. There might even be more regulars with Playbooks, which don't have PINs.
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    Actually Laura the Playbook does have its own individual Pin. So with the PlayBook and 2 Torches I have 3 Pins then Mark has another. While BBM is not on the Playbook there is a Video chat capability specifically for Playbook's which I am sure is the option they will incorporate into BBM for BB10 which was mentioned today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dushdavj View Post
    Actually Laura the Playbook does have its own individual Pin. So with the PlayBook and 2 Torches I have 3 Pins then Mark has another. While BBM is not on the Playbook there is a Video chat capability specifically for Playbook's which I am sure is the option they will incorporate into BBM for BB10 which was mentioned today.
    Dave, thanks for clarifying. If the Playbook has a PIN, then what is the holdup of BBM and BBM groups on the Playbook without bridging?
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    ^^^^They haven't actually given a reason but I think it is 2 fold, firstly OS2 is a totally different operating system so they are concentrating on having everything on BBM10 With Bridge there is also some confusion which maybe they don't want to spend time on. It does surprise me but OS2 is a transition they intend to put BB10 on the Playbook which will then have the full BBM I suppose it seems all about priorities
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    Quote Originally Posted by dushdavj View Post
    ^^^^They haven't actually given a reason but I think it is 2 fold, firstly OS2 is a totally different operating system so they are concentrating on having everything on BBM10 With Bridge there is also some confusion which maybe they don't want to spend time on. It does surprise me but OS2 is a transition they intend to put BB10 on the Playbook which will then have the full BBM I suppose it seems all about priorities
    Ugh! They really need to allow standalone BBM on the Playbook. The only thing I really miss from BlackBerry is BBM, although I've installed WhatsApp and have almost all of my former BBM contacts available via WhatsApp. I also belong to a WhatsApp group, which essentially replaced a former BBM group. At this time, only 4 of the group members still use BlackBerry. The rest have switched to Android, iPhone, and Windows Phone.
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