‘A Computing Platform Runs on Momentum’

Michael Mace, on “What’s Next for RIM?”:

To restore momentum in a faltering platform, you need a hit product. Can RIM generate one? The company says it will accelerate the introduction of new products, which sounds sensible in the abstract, but if it’s possible to develop products faster, why didn’t RIM do it before? And considering RIM’s history of shipping buggy devices, I tremble at what its products might look like if they were developed even faster.

I think Mace has RIM pegged.

Friday, 17 June 2011