BlackBerry Moving Up, Apple and Nokia Down

Last week I wrote about BlackBerry stock being at about $14, in spite of the bears writing the company off. At the end of another week, the stock has stabilized ending up for the day at $13.63 on the TSE and $13.26 on NASDAQ. It seems that it has stabilized at an average of $13.45, in spite of some continued downgrading by bearish analysts. With an OTA software upgrade that improves the camera in low light, with   changes to improve the hub, phone, calendar and contacts, browser video streaming and battery life, BlackBerry is taking advantage of the premarket USA launch by the carriers in that country to tweek and improve OS 10 over all carrier networks to the same baseline OS. This update is based on in market feedback from end users and reviews. This focus on an
immediate response is a sign that the new BlackBerry is on the move to be a significant player in the new era of mobile computing that it will lead into being with embedded QNX systems and NFC.

This post was composed on my BlackBerry 10 dev Alpha a with WordPress.
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