The LED state is not application-specific.
[David Zanotelli, da Hapvida] acha que o dia que outras indústrias entregarem mecanismos de proteção, as companhias buscarão outras opções.
Eu também acho.
A dearth of apps for the legacy BlackBerry is one of the big reasons RIM has suffered huge market-share losses to Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and Google Inc’s (GOOG.O) Android in recent years.
It’s essentially a complete phone system run on web technologies that gives the on-board software access to core APIs through an embedded version of Firefox.
To a minimum, will ignite some interesting discussions regarding native vs. web apps.
Too bad the SDK ain’t public.
Arrogant chief executives, like the pair at the top of Research in Motion, Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie, and of course Jon S. Corzine, late of MF Global. Complacent chiefs, like William C. Weldon at the bellwether Johnson & Johnson. And what of Reed Hastings, the much-maligned boss at Netflix? Chalk that up to his bumbling response to the forces of creative destruction at work.
Like others in the comments, I missed Leo Apotheker, one more ex-CEO of HP to fall in shame.
Few deals are likely to pass muster with RIM’s chiefs. Mr. Balsillie and Mr. Lazaridis have remained steadfast in their strategy to reverse the company’s fortunes.
That, not the product, can kill the company.
“Conhecimentos parcos em programação levam à criação de aplicativos feitos com códigos confusos e improvisados”, diz Ana Luisa [da mob376]. “Isso impede o desenvolvimento de atrações de nível superior, aquelas que de fato se tornam sucesso no gênero.”
Businesspeople also say BlackBerrys are just good for productivity.