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 Todd Kort - “He certainly wants it out of his hair.”
 Todd Kort - “They've been pretty strict with the hardware requirements associated with their operating system. I think Microsoft needs to open up a little more if they hope to create devices that have a little more coolness to them.”
 Todd Kort - “He viewed these guys as liars and criminals. When you do something that dramatic, I don't think you ever get the judge back to your side.”
 Todd Kort - “Ultimately, Microsoft has the resources and market power to become a prominent player over time, but I don't think they're going to be much of a player this year. They're still considerably behind where they need to be in terms of such things a security and manageability.”
 Todd Kort - “That doesn't give companies much time to switch over.”
 Todd Kort - “One of the problems a lot of Asian vendors have here in North America is that if they don't have a strong notebook presence, they'll have a hard time being seen as a credible player.”
 Ed Meierkort - “The University of South Dakota and the athletic department have protocol dealing with citations. The players who were issued citations will pay their fines and we will deal with them.”
 Todd Kort - “The downside is that 80 percent of their sales are in the U.S., which is actually kind of dangerous. The U.S. buys 40 percent of all PCs in the world, but only 5 or 6 percent of all smart phones.”
 Todd Kort - “Why HP, Dell, Nokia, Motorola, Palm, etc. have taken so long to create solutions that might strongly compete with RIM is difficult to comprehend. RIM has had a big target on their back for several years and everyone seems to keep finding ways of missing.”
 Todd Kort - “It used to be around 20 percent of the market were enterprise users about four years ago.”
 Todd Kort - “It fell on its face. Buying Be has taken them down the path to destruction.”
 Todd Kort - “There are a lot of costs in switching to another service beyond paying for just the devices themselves. You have to buy and install new software, train people, train your IT guys to work with it. There's a lot to learn, and it costs money.”
 Todd Kort - “The Z22 is a fairly strategic product. The goal is to bring new users into what they call the 'Palm economy' in the hope that, in a year or two, they may upgrade to a more fully featured model.”
 Todd Kort - “The Z22 is a fairly strategic product, ... The goal is to bring new users into what they call the 'Palm economy' in the hope that, in a year or two, they may upgrade to a more fully featured model.”
 Ed Meierkort - “Defensive linemen are hard to find. Paul runs well and plays hard. If he's got the work-ethic the little guys have, he's a can't miss.”
 Todd Kort - “They've been stuck at (Palm OS Garnet) for two-plus years. It's a pretty ancient operating system that can't handle multitasking, can't handle protected memory, and doesn't have great security, all the things that Cobalt was supposed to deliver.”
 Ed Meierkort - “We saw him make some acrobatic catches. Quarterbacks like throwing the ball to the players who will catch it, you find, not always the guys who are open. Josh is one of those guys who comes up with the ball.”
 Todd Kort - “Given RIM is likely to generate at least 1.5 billion in revenue from the U.S. alone this year, it just would make a lot of sense for RIM to settle for whatever amount they can.”
 Todd Kort - “There are plenty of other push-e-mail solutions out there, but I would say 75 percent of BlackBerry users look at other devices and don't find any of them particularly attractive.”
 Todd Kort - “A growing portion of new users and users who are upgrading want better messaging capabilities, such as access to corporate e-mail, short message services, wireless LAN, or integration of a PDA with a mobile phone.”
 Todd Kort - “A growing portion of new users and users who are upgrading want better messaging capabilities, such as access to corporate e-mail, short message services, wireless LAN, or integration of a PDA with a mobile phone,”
 Todd Kort - “Clearly their future is with smart phones, and as that mix moves toward the higher ASP, it will give them better gross margins and improve their financial picture.”
 Ed Meierkort - “I was pleased with the effort of both the offense and defense tonight. Both teams played hard all night.”
 Todd Kort - “A large part of the workaround is a potential ploy. You can also view it as a stalling strategy since it might kick off a whole new court case if NTP challenges whether the workaround violates any patents.”
 Todd Kort - “RIM does not appear to be losing much momentum despite its legal problems and the threat of an injunction. Generally, BlackBerry users are staying put because of the high cost of switching, lack of suitable alternative devices, and the low probability of BlackBerry service being shut down.”

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