Late Start May Be Tempering China Mobile’s iPhone Preorders

But what will sales look like after the 5s and 5c officially launch?
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How Many iPhones Can Apple Sell on China Mobile? (Spoiler: Lots)

17 million? 20 million? … 38 million?
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BlackBerry Desperation Campaign Continues

BlackBerry is a company that “deserves to exist.”
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Enterprise Still Grabbing the iPads Out of Apple’s Hands

BlackBerry’s collapse and Android’s malware struggles have been boons for Apple in the enterprise space.
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Does Fairfax Have Resources — And Motivation — To Close BlackBerry Deal?

There’s cash to be made if a better offer emerges.
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What Does Prem Watsa See in BlackBerry?

“Canada‚Äôs greatest technology company,” or a long-term investment gone bad?
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Will BlackBerry Be Sold for Parts?

Can BlackBerry remain a standalone company?
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BlackBerry’s Million-Smartphone Mystery Partner: Brightstar

Only a big electronics distributor would take such a risk.
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RIM Earnings Preview: “Terrible With a Scoop of Worse”

Why the long face, Thorsten?
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Wall Street: Pig Pile on RIM!

More brutal predictions ahead of RIM’s Thursday earnings report.
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2012 iPad Roadmap: Don’t Expect a 7-Incher

What if Apple Television Is an iMac?

Only One New iPhone This Year and It Will Look a Lot Like the iPhone 4, Says Analyst

Sprint Could Sell Six Million iPhones in 2012

Content and Paying Customers Could Make Amazon Tablet a Killer

Analyst Sees BlackBerry PlayBook Buzz Building Ahead of Rumored April Launch

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BlackBerry PlayBook: Looks Good on Paper, But…

Tired: Speculating About Verizon iPhone. Wired: Speculating About Verizon iPhone Sales.

PlayBook on Track for Q1 Kick-Off

Analyst: IPad Rules Holidays; Rivals Are “Not Ready for Prime Time” Players

Apple Developing CDMA-GSM ‘World iPad’?

Analyst: Apple Aims to Sell 100 Million iPhones in 2011

Want to Be Relevant Again, Nokia? Buy Palm.