I have to agree I'd like to see a marriage of RIM's infrastructure, Bold 9900 form factor and Windows Phone.... maybe too much to ask.RobM said:Just look back to the Palm sale and pretty much repeat every single rumour, it gets a bit daft once it starts, especially since RIM has refused offers so far and said they wont be selling. That could just be a tactic to drive the price up, but considering the way the current board at RIM seem to think it could equally be the honest truth.
That said, Microsoft would be a better fit than Amazon as Microsoft's push into enterprise mobile working (again) with Windows Phone and Windows 8 really needs a better security and management model to support it, something that applies equally to all platforms and works in-sync with Exchange... did I just describe Fusion?
It's all pointless as it wont happen, but if Microsoft could just buy RIM and Nokia we'd have the best platform around! Excellent hardware, excellent mobile software, excellent security and management... excellent