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Americans Are Sitting On $33 Billion Worth Of Old Cell Phones

[credit provider=”Flickr/markjsebastian”] Forget looking for spare change in your couch cushions. More than half of Americans are sitting on $171 and they don’t even know it. The extra cash comes in the form of unused cell phones, which, according data released by SellCell.com and OnePoll, adds up to $33.8 billion nationwide. 
Americans Are Sitting On $33 Billion Worth Of Old Cell Phones
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App Store Battles: Who’s Best Positioned For The Revenue Boom

More than four years after Apple launched its iPhone App Store, mobile app stores represent some of the world’s fastest growing software markets and create must-build opportunities for many software companies.In a recent report, BI Intelligence identifies and compares the major app stores, highlights app economy trends, reveals which platforms developers are most excited […]
App Store Battles: Who’s Best Positioned For The Revenue Boom
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BlackBerry. What Now?

Are a new operating system, a pair of handsets on which to run it and a name change enough to restore Research In Motion, now “BlackBerry,” to its former glory. That’s an open question after the Wednesday event at which the company attempted to recast itself as a player in […]
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Gadget Reviewers May Love The New BlackBerry, But Analysts Do Not

[credit provider=”Shannon Stapleton/Reuters”] Research In Motion Ltd’s glitzy unveiling of the long-delayed line of BlackBerry smartphones on Wednesday and a new corporate name failed to impress Wall Street analysts, with at least three downgrading the company’s stock.RIM, which renamed itself BlackBerry, showcased two devices, Z10 and Q10, running on its […]
Gadget Reviewers May Love The New BlackBerry, But Analysts Do Not
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MOSSBERG: I Like The New BlackBerry

[credit provider=”Kevin Smith/Business Insider”] Walt Mossberg’s thoughts on the newly-announced BlackBerry 10 platform are up.Here are some highlights on how he broke it down:
MOSSBERG: I Like The New BlackBerry
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Intel’s Desperate Plan To Save Itself

In October, I wrote about the seven reasons Intel could be the next RIM, the beleaguered maker of the Blackberry smartphone. Judging by the amount of traffic that post got from behind Intel’s own walled corporate intranet, it was a post many at Intel itself took seriously.
Intel’s Desperate Plan To Save Itself
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App Store Battles: Who’s Best Positioned For The Revenue Boom

More than four years after Apple launched its iPhone App Store, mobile app stores represent some of the world’s fastest growing software markets and create must-build opportunities for many software companies.In a recent report, BI Intelligence identifies and compares the major app stores, highlights app economy trends, reveals which platforms developers are most excited […]
App Store Battles: Who’s Best Positioned For The Revenue Boom
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Here’s What Everyone Is Getting Wrong About RIM Right Now

[credit provider=”Instagram/yvleuw” url=”http://statigr.am/viewer.php#/detail/340502615376614868_259146876″] RIM is getting obliterated this morning even though it beat analyst expectations last night.While there are many legitimate reasons to sell RIM’s stock — like say, it’s toast and has no chance of beating Apple, Google, or Microsoft with BlackBerry 10 — the reason that it’s currently […]
Here’s What Everyone Is Getting Wrong About RIM Right Now