RIM on the Defensive

Microsoft, Palm and others eye BlackBerry’s crown

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The opinions expressed in this editorial are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Decima Reports.

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James Skippen has been named president and CEO of Wi-LAN Inc., effective June 20. Skippen joins Wi-LAN from MOSAID Technologies, where he was senior VP patent licensing and general counsel, and was responsible for MOSAID’s patent licensing program.

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ROW Short Takes

Motorola launches world’s thinnest QWERTY handheld
Motorola Inc. has launched the Motorola Q smartphone, the thinnest QWERTY handheld in the world.

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Good news/bad news for wireless industry growth

Despite its dubious distinction as the developed world’s wireless laggard, Canada’s mobile industry could really take off in the next few years, according to financial investment experts. But many challenges could also confound this potential upward mobility.

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Mobile interactivity increasingly takes centre stage in revenue generation

Increased household wireless penetration presents a number of opportunities for the country’s wireless carriers, a conference in Toronto last week was told. Now that nearly two-thirds (64%) of Canadian households have at least one cell phone, the potential for adopting new revenue generating services is increasing (RoW, May 18/06).

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