RIM chief: no market for tablets, touch-only phones | Electronista
The company leader also dismissed the importance of touchscreen phones. While it’s important to give customers what they want, touch-only phones like the iPhone aren’t that popular, Lazaridis argued. He claimed that most of the people buying touchscreen phones are going back to phones with hardware QWERTY keyboards, like those that made RIM “famous.”

Right, because the Storm was so good. Too bad no one wanted it.

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