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Can Android Give BlackBerry New Life?


By moving to Android, BlackBerry might regain some handset business -- but it is unlikely that it could recapture anywhere near the market share it had even five years ago. Instead, "BlackBerry is clearly now on track to become an enterprise software and services company first, with its devices playing a minor role," said Daniel Gleeson, senior analyst for mobile devices and networks at IHS.
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IBM, Box Team Up to Conquer the Cloud


Considering the hot competition in the cloud space, both IBM and Box "are getting really strong value here," remarked tech analyst Rob Enderle. "IBM needs to appear as more of a cloud player, and Box needs to move upmarket. Just the announcement will do more for IBM than it will for Box, so IBM's value will come more quickly, while Box will have to figure out how to work within the IBM envelope."
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Re: Web Shopping Anxiety, Delivered to Your Door 3  Greg Gaucher   2001-10-29 14:08:37 
Re: Amazon, Barnesandnoble.com Accused Of Selling Hate Books In Germany 2  Mr. Hannajai   2001-10-28 16:34:17 
Re: BlueLight Cutting Jobs in Reorganization Under Kmart 2  jamila swain   2001-10-27 19:56:46 
Re: Make E-Commerce Take Its Medicine 3  Ashraf Kamel   2001-10-26 14:30:01 
Re: Entrepreneur Fills Niche with Hawthorne, N.J.-Based Internet Companies 5  I amTom Fouker   2001-10-25 19:07:14 
Re: Want a Piece of PayPal, Pal? 3  Tom Lowe   2001-10-25 18:10:30 
Re: The Reign of Content in E-Commerce 2  Earl   2001-10-25 12:28:57 
Re: New Yahoo Software Intended as Threat to Microsoft 2  Paul   2001-10-25 04:39:34 
Re: Catalog Retailers Hit an Online Home Run 2  Julianna Koh   2001-10-24 21:15:47 
Re: Amazon, E-tailers Approach Holidays on Thin Ice 2  todd   2001-10-24 19:08:15 
Re: Yahoo! Initiates Buyer Protection Program 3  Rick Bell   2001-10-24 15:18:16 
Re: It Never Rains in eBay Land 2  rmorawic   2001-10-24 11:11:35 
Re: I-Marketing Interview: PeopleSoft 2  Wayne   2001-10-24 10:14:43 
Re: Fry's Buys Outpost.com 6  Lonnie Grubb   2001-10-23 17:00:31 
Re: Vaunted Norwegian Search Engine Revs Into Action 2  Stan Googe   2001-10-20 04:24:30 
Re: Toyota Goes E-Commerce Alone 2  Carol Wagner   2001-10-18 12:28:05 
Re: Forrester Maintains $11B Estimate for Holiday E-tail 3  Lee   2001-10-17 23:21:08 
Re: Mobile Phones Swamped by E-Mail Virus 2  basil   2001-10-17 01:13:11 
Re: Living.com To File for Bankruptcy 3  JIM O.   2001-10-16 20:49:35 
Re: Online Music Takes the Long Way Home 2  E. H. Munro   2001-10-16 14:14:55 

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