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BlackBerry is still the most popular brand in smartphones, despite the twin surges of Android and iPhone handsets. But those relative newcomers are beefing up their enterprise features, including remote-wipe security and full-fledged support for Microsoft
An upcoming slate of fresh BlackBerry handsets also looks unlikely to save the sinking ship; adding media features and a WebKit-based browser in the mold of Apple's Safari and Google's Chrome is a "me too" kind of move. RIM seems to be all out of true innovation.
You can only rest on your laurels until they wilt and start to smell, and the BlackBerry copse is going stale. Today's leader is destined for the scrap heap right alongside Palm
That's my two cents, but what do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments box below.
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