Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Samsung and Microsoft Buying RIM?

Samsung and Microsoft Buying RIM? Map of company smartphone has gone after Google is surprisingly acquires Motorola Mobility. Another newspaper mention, Samsung and Microsoft Central competes to buy Research In Motion (RIM) BlackBerry manufacturer.

According to prediction analysis of Stewart Capital Malcolm Polley with Motorola's handset business gets Google, RIM can now draw interest from Samsung Electronics and Microsoft. Moreover, with the acquisition of these buyers will get RIM makers of smart phones are still dominant among corporate clients, running its own operating system and offers greater security with your own mail server.

"This gives the scale of the potential acquirer and share in a fast market dominated by Google and Apple," said Malcolm Polley, as offered via Sf Gate, Tuesday (11/8/2011).

"Buying RIM makes sense for Samsung because Google has suddenly become a competitor," he predicted.

Titus Kim, a spokesman for Samsung, refused to comment on whether it will consider buying RIM. While Peter Wootton, a spokesman for Microsoft, said the company doesn't comment on rumor or speculation. Marisa Conway, a spokesman at the RIM, also said it did not comment on rumors or speculation.

RIM shares rose 8.1 percent himself had last week even though the team had a chance after the Apple Inc. iPhone output and Google's Android platform takes a share of its market output. RIM'S own value is currently around USD13,5 billion.