Larry Dignan on BlackBerry’s Q1 miss:

Thorsten Heins, CEO of BlackBerry, tried to recast the company narrative around enterprise mobility management instead of devices.

And there was a good reason for that pitch from Heins. BlackBerry’s first quarter missed on multiple metrics as the company’s revenue and smartphone shipments failed to live up to expectations. What’s most worrisome for BlackBerry is that analysts were expecting a solid quarter based on channel fill.

They’re starting to concede the fate I laid out a year ago

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    I would give this to you M.G. - except the company is no longer called RIM! Oh snap.
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    Unless they go android, if they went android they could be successful again they could differentiate themselves by being...
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