Will BlackBerry remain the dominant smartphone; or are rivals such as the Pre eating away at RIM's market share?
Both Research in Motion and Palm report earnings on Thursday and what they say could reshape the smartphone landscape – but should it reshape your portfolio?
Research In Motion
Investors will likely scour RIM results looking to see how badly rivals have eaten away at its market share. Competition is ramping up with Motorola getting positive reviews for its Droid phone and Apple pulling out all the stops on iPhone.
However, RIM may be in the sweet spot, at least as an investment, according to some analysts.
The company's stock has been in the dog house since last quarter, when they firm’s sales fell short of forecasts, says Duncan Stewart, an analyst at DSAM Consulting. Everybody has gotten so down on RIM, the stock may be oversold.