The conventional wisdom among mobile industry experts is that BlackBerry 10, the next iteration of RIM’s operating system, represents the company’s last hope for relevance in a landscape now dominated by iOS and Android. According to analytics firm comScore, RIM owns just 12.3% of the US market, down from 16% in December, and likely to continue to decline as RIM relies on aging hardware running BlackBerry 7, the current operating environment that debuted last August.



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