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BlackBerry CEO John Chen says company’s reputation needs help

BlackBerry CEO John Chen says company’s reputation needs help BlackBerry’s reputation hasn’t recovered, despite financial gains, says Chen John Chen has asked for help in changing Blackberry’s reputation. “One of the biggest things that I’m working and struggling with, that everybody here could help with, is our reputation,” said Chen to a crowd of 400 people in Kitchener at an event…

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Are Skeletons lurking in your cupboard?

A study has revealed that 61 percent of consumers don’t get rid of their old handsets predominantly due to privacy concerns. Lookout’s nationwide Google Consumer Survey found that a considerable proportion of Mobile / Smart phone owners keep their old mobile device. Apparently, should you line up these handsets across the country end-to-end, there would be a trail from San Francisco to the…

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Whine Updated in BlackBerry World

One of my favourite apps gets a latest update. This release is jammed pack full of changes including several bug fixes and improvements. If you have never heard of Whine, it’s a awesome 3rd party Vine app. Whine is more than a Vine viewer, you can record and upload your vines. Create short, beautiful, looping videos in a simple and…

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Perceptions Will Take a Bit Longer

Measuring brand perception can uncover a wealth of actionable information, including: Customer perceptions: What do key audiences believe about your brand, and what feelings does your brand evoke? Competitive marketplace data: What key aspects of your brand are more effectively “owned” by competitors, and are customers happy with competitor brands? Brand performance: How does a brand drive purchase decisions for…

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Five Reasons that made me choose BlackBerry 10

Why did Shaun choose BlackBerry?.. My first Mobile Phone was the Nokia 2110 and have been hooked on mobiles ever since, While all my phones had been Nokia , my last Nokia was the N9, the best phone Nokia had created, it was the first smart phone that got rid of buttons and was gesture based, then the bombshell, Nokia decided…

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