Remember when we told you Research In Motion, the owner of the formerly popular BlackBerry, might not make it to the end of 2012.
We recently predicted that RIM wouldn't make it to the end of 2012, and frankly, since then, they haven't done much to argue otherwise.
Been on the fence about getting an iPhone, what with it now available on two networks that don't wildly suck.
There's a lot wrong with England right now.
Ever since Apple dived into the mobile market like a drunken brawler, with Google following soon after with a flying kick, the head that's been getting kicked around like a football the most is Research in Motion.
For the past month, I have been performing the daunting task of picking a new cell phone to replace by seemingly outdated Blackberry Curve.