Originally Posted by ragingclue
I think we're saying the same thing, given different parallaxes. They do need to keep their business image, but their stout refusal to adapt to the other aspects of modern smartphones is what has them in the bind they're in now. They've finally decided to develop a real OS, adopt a webkit browser, and take the blinders off, so-to-speak. The truth is, while BB is productivity-centric, and very good at it, they can only fall so far behind the curve in other areas before it's not enough to offset their shortcomings. They are doing the right thing now; the only question would be whether or not it's soon enough.
OK yea sounds like we're on the same page...I've just noticed in other phones that the improvement of "ancillary" functions of the device are often made at the expense of the phone's primary function - communication. I am just hopefull they can improve these other areas without detracting from the device's productivity