We all remember the good ol’ days, when RIM and their Blackberry devices literally ruled the airwaves.
Everyone in business, and everyone sending text messages knew how to work them thumbs on the mini Blackberry QWERTY keyboard.
Then, they began having all sorts of problems – product, management, revenue downfalls, etc. What happened to the once mighty Research In Motion?
Without pointing at a narrow-minded single occurrence, let’s take a look at the years gone by and try to figure when did RIM start to die.
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