BlackBerry Boss Angrily Storms Out of a BBC Interview

RIM's Co-CEO Mike Lazaridis is on a roll with expressing his feelings of anger/hurt/outrage, as shown in a NYT interview yesterday and now a cut-short video with the BBC, which dared to ask about the "security problem" of the last year which saw BlackBerry services temporarily terminated in the Middle East and India.


After saying "we've been singled out because we'd been so successful," Lazaridis then terminated his video interview with technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones, which you can see on the BBC now: [BBC]

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In the interview, Lazaridis claims that the Blackberry is "used by teenagers". Really?