Tag: Steve Jobs

Quiz: Is The Headline APPLE in Mid-Nineties or Modern Day RIM?

March 19, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Ronen from BerryReview posted a great article and quiz on some headlines he ran across on the PentechLetter. It’s a wonderful reminder that while RIM is experiencing a battle, Apple has been where they are. Back in August 6, 1997 Microsoft founder Bill Gates bailed out a struggling Apple with a $150 Million dollar investment. […]

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RIM Announces Playbook Will Be Priced Less Than Apple’s iPad

November 10, 2010 | By | 5 Comments

Bloomberg has posted some more details from Research In Motion Ltd. about the upcoming Playbook we’re all excited about. First, it will sell in North America in the first quarter, and secondly, it will be sold for less than $500 as it goes to bat against the iPad.

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Jim Balsillie Responds To Steve Job’s Comments

October 20, 2010 | By | 5 Comments

Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, ┬áduring a 4th Q earnings call made some comments aimed at the competition over the iPad. And while most of it was directed at Google, the seven inch comment also applied to the PlayBook. Jim Balsillie, Co CEO of RIM, had his response, and it was most fitting. Apples and […]

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Al Sacco’s Video And RIM’s Response to Steve Job’s “Death Grip” Statement

July 18, 2010 | By | 5 Comments

This is getting to be nearly as entertaining as a reality show. The iPhone has received quite the publicity lately over the “Death Grip” and Apple held a press conference addressing the issue. Steve Jobs also presented a video and stating even a BlackBerry will lose signal when held in certain ways. RIM didn’t take […]

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