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I remember in 2006 arranging to meet with someone at a conference and finding that they had a Blackberry which allowed them to reply to my e-mails. Seemed exciting then.

The main message of this is how once someone has a better technology, it is only a matter of years before you're dead, unless there is someone of locking your product into the marketplace.

Aleksey Nozdryn-Plotnicki

Tempting to accuse them of deliberately putting Palm below in order to make the Blackberry story look worse than it is.

Vikram Kapoor

Subtractions for figuring out the market shares? The leftmost shares are 32%, 47% and 22%, proportional to the lengths of the 3 options.

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