IBM, Samsung Rumored Interested In Buying Parts Of RIM

The fact that RIM is struggling compared to its rivals like Apple or Samsung is no secret. As a result, there has been a steady influx of rumors as to what company or companies are interested to buy RIM outright or parts of it. The most recent companies linked with the troubled Canadian company a Read More...

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RIM CEO Thorsten Heins says “Nothing Wrong” With Struggling Company

RIM has been described by observers of the tech industry as a crumbling tech has-been. However, its freshman CEO says that there’s really nothing wrong with the company as it is now. Heins – who was named the Canadian smartphones- and tablet-maker’s CEO in January – was on air with the Ca Read More...

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Canada’s Love For Homegrown BlackBerry Smartphones Shifts To iPhones

The iPhone is now more popular in Canada than BlackBerry smartphones, a new repor Read More...

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RIM’s Next-Gen OS Won’t Be Called BBX After All

Research In Motion’s new operating system will not be named BBX after all despite the heavy promotion and the name’s gained fame. BBX will henceforth be called “BlackBerry 10” according to the Canadian smartphones and tablet maker. In a statement from RIM on last Tuesday, it said that Read More...

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RIM Offers Its Security Promise For iOS and Android Devices

Canadian smartphone and tablet maker Research In Motion will be offering its reputation for being a secure communications channel to users of its rival tech firms’ devices. According to RIM in an announcement made on Tuesday, it will start offering its new device management software called Mobile Read More...

Rumored First BBX Smartphone From RIM Leaked

The first smartphone from Research In Motion (RIM) which could be the first to run on the next-generation proprietary BBX operating system has been leaked by The Verge. Accordi Read More...

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First QNX-Based Phone by RIM Reportedly Launches Q1 2012

After bringing you news last week about Android leading in the global market, and Android and Samsung leading in the U.S. phone market, this week, we bring you news about lagging smartphone maker Research In Motion (RIM). RIM should be feeling the heat now - and rightly so - since the past report Read More...

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