Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Tablet jinx took down Palm and RIM. Who's next?

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TechRepublic Member | May 30, 2012

The tablet jinx took down Palm and RIM. Who's next?

Both RIM and HP Palm got sidetracked trying build a tablet and it cost them dearly. Other tech giants could face similar regrets. Read more

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