RIM CEO Responds to Apple Attacks

By  Jeff Goldman — October 20, 2010

In a recent company blog post, Research In Motion CEO Jim Balsillie responded to the attacks on RIM that Apple CEO Steve Jobs made during a recent company earnings call.
 
"For those of us who live outside of Apple's distortion field, we know that 7" tablets will actually be a big portion of the market and we know that Adobe Flash support actually matters to customers who want a real web experience," Balsillie wrote. "We also know that while Apple's attempt to control the ecosystem and maintain a closed platform may be good for Apple, developers want more options and customers want to fully access the overwhelming majority of web sites that use Flash."
 
The full blog post can be viewed here.

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