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    Article: US government sticking with BlackBerry, appreciates RIM's focus on

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    Very fitting for a person who may not have a job come Nov of this year.

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    ^^^ But he will still keep his blackberry
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    Which is an EOL device nonetheless

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    Now what would be interesting would be if Mobile Fusion from RIM would be used by the government. Perhaps that would be a way for government workers to use Android/iOS and for RIM to still make money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lak611 View Post
    Now what would be interesting would be if Mobile Fusion from RIM would be used by the government. Perhaps that would be a way for government workers to use Android/iOS and for RIM to still make money.
    I think that's RIM's hope for Mobile Fusion.

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