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Could BlackBerry be flattened?

Mar 28, 2012
Earnings report from Research in Motion, parent company of BlackBerry, may be a cliffhanger.
Posted In: Blackberry, rim, Research in Motion, smartphone

BlackBerry lags behind as CEOs step down

Jan 23, 2012
Research In Motion, the maker of BlackBerry phones, has lost a huge part of its share in the smartphone market.
Posted In: Blackberry, technology, smartphones

BlackBerry CEO shake-up points to new strategy

Jan 23, 2012
The new chief executive, Thorsten Heins, will bring "new blood" to Research In Motion, as the company tries to win back its position in the smartphone market
Posted In: Blackberry, management, ceo

RIM introduces new CEO after co-CEOs resign

Jan 23, 2012
Soldiering on in Canada
Posted In: Research in Motion, Blackberry

Analysts: The future of BlackBerry is corporate users

Jan 23, 2012
New CEO says company is "evolving" but won't change in a dramatic way despite the fact that BlackBerry phones account for only one in 20 new smartphones purchased today.
Posted In: Blackberry, Research in Motion

Research In Motion picks new CEO

Jan 23, 2012
Thorsten Heins takes over the troubled company as it battles its way back against Apple and Google.
Posted In: Research in Motion, Blackberry

$299 BlackBerry PlayBook tablet: Bargain or ripoff?

Jan 4, 2012
The device is priced to move. Would you be glad you got it or regret your purchase?
Posted In: rim, Research in Motion, Blackberry, playbook, netflix

RIM PlayBook, all models, on sale for $299

Jan 3, 2012
RIM exec shake up too
Posted In: rim, Blackberry, tablets, Sony

2012: The year ahead in technology

Jan 2, 2012
Buckle your seatbelts -- from the PATRIOT Act to mesh networking, here are some predictions on what will make technology news in 2012.
Posted In: privacy, security, Research in Motion, Blackberry, Microsoft, windows phone, mesh networking

BlackBerry maker plays catch up

Dec 14, 2011
Research in Motion was the smartphone’s pioneer. But the BlackBerry’s core business customers are switching to iPhone and Android devices.
Posted In: Blackberry, Research in Motion, smartphones, business

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