A good sign your gadget will sell at least a few copies: Scores of people are lined up in the cold to buy one.
So while people wait for their chance to buy the new touchscreen BlackBerry Storm, Research In Motion (RIMM) shares are far outpacing the overall market: They’re up 6% right now, according to Yahoo, nearing $44.
The Storm probably won’t beat the iPhone this Christmas, but it will at least help RIM and Verizon (VZ) compete much better with Apple (AAPL) and AT&T (T).
BlackBerry Fans Line Up For Storm
RIM’s BlackBerry Storm Is No iPhone, But Should Sell Well
Live CNBC On BlackBerry Bold: Mobile TV That Makes Sense
CNBC’s Erin Burnett Gushes On BlackBerry Bold, Disses iPhone
Business Insider Emails & Alerts
Site highlights each day to your inbox.