Research In Motion to add Android app compatibility to new smartphones
Research In Motion, which has been in a downward spiral since the the release of the iPhone and its failure with the PlayBook has plans to introduce Android app compatibility for its new smartphones, hopefully satisfying customers with more than BlackBerry’s 25,000 native apps.
People are already speculating this will send RIM’s stock on the rise.
Let’s just hope this Waterloo-based tech giant will stay afloat into 2012.
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