BlackBerry CEO Thinks that Net Neutrality means Apple should make BlackBerry Apps

BlackBerry CEO Thinks that Net Neutrality means Apple should make BlackBerry Apps

By Rich W Woods You read that title right. BlackBerry CEO John Chen thinks that Apple should make apps for that platform. Not just that but they think that it’s unfair that Apple doesn’t make BlackBerry apps. John Chen published a letter to the United States Senate stating BlackBerry’s position on Net Neutrality. This guy is clueless. He believes that there are two kinds of Net Neutrality: carrier neutrality and application and content neutrality. He…

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Samsung might buy BlackBerry

Samsung might buy BlackBerry

By Rich W Woods Today is a special anniversary. Today is the one millionth anniversary of the first day we expected BlackBerry to go out of business. In those million years, billions upon billions of people have died of heart attacks and many experts believe that it was from shock that BlackBerry is still in business. According to sources, Samsung has offered to buy BlackBerry for 7.5 Instagrams or in other words, just $400 million…

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What if…Blackberry made Windows Phones?

What if…Blackberry made Windows Phones?

By Rich W Woods Recently, I came up with an idea. The idea was to create a new section on For the Love of Tech called “What If…” It is a way for geeks like us to say “What if iPhones were powered by Android?” or “What if there were smart phones that were powered by a Core i7?” The idea was that we could all geek out and it would spark discussions and above…

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What if Blackberry made Windows Phones?

By Richard Woods Let’s face it, Blackberry or Research in Motion or whatever you want to call them clearly just isn’t cutting it in the hardware department. Blackberry 10, their new operating system was supposed to save the company but it appears that it has become the final nail in their coffin. They’ve dropped to fourth in market share and it doesn’t look like they’re going to make a comeback. Ever. It would really be…

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