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RIM needs to do something soon and if we see them launch BB OS 10 this year with hardware similar to the Dev Alpha device then I think they are still in the game and may even take the third spot behind iOS and Android.
Google tried selling their first Nexus device online, but it didn't do that well at $529. They are now trying again with the Galaxy Nexus at just $399 with no contract and an excellent ICS experience.
The T-Mobile HTC One S is the first HTC One series to launch in the U.S. and it is a fantastic device that should appeal to many people. The device sports Android Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC Sense 4.0.
The BlackBerry Mini Keyboard is a new accessory for the PlayBook, but is priced way too high and is too small to be something I would buy for my PlayBook.
We should start seeing more and more official Android ports appearing on the BB PlayBook so users don't have to side load these apps.
In this week's podcast we covered a couple major software updates and lots of new device news from MWC. We also revealed our iPad 3 ordering plans, which are to be expected.
The 2.0 update for the BlackBerry PlayBook will provide Android support and to promote this functionality RIM is holding a developer promotion.
RIM needs to make changes and figure out a strategy to stay competitive in the smartphone market and a major first step was taken last night with the announcement that the co-CEOs are stepping down.
RIM's smartphone market share continues to decline and nothing new is coming until at least the end of 2012. What should they do to stay relevant in today's fast moving mobile world?