Has Android killed BlackBerry?

Android has a massive leading market share. An IDC report showed that Android handsets accounted for 68.1 percent of all smartphones shipped during the second quarter of 2012. In that same pe Read More...

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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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Kodak Loses Lawsuit Against Apple and RIM

It has been a bad stretch for Kodak. Amidst the ever rising popularity of smartphones being used as cameras as opposed to separate cameras, the company has already had to file for C 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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Why RIM’s Collapse Was Predictable

If you work at RIM or were an investor then chances are you are feeling some heat a Read More...

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Is A BlackBerry PlayBook Fire Sale Looming On The Horizon?

Here’s to affordable (and quality) things in life. From the looks of it, a BlackBerry fire sale ala HP TouchPad may be looming on the horizon. Why, you say? Well, it’s because Research In Motion just brought down the price of the BlackBerry PlayBook to $300. Yes, you can see it Read More...

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RIM Said No To Amazon, Microsoft And Nokia Offer

Is Research In Motion foolish or do they have something up their sleeves? The BlackBerry maker is reported to have turned down interest from Amazon, Microsoft and Nokia of a possible acquisition. Earlier, it was reported by Reuters that sources have Read More...

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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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RIM a Microsoft Company In The Future?

Last May, there were rumors going around that Microsoft may be out to buy Research in Motion (RIM). This was sparked by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer appearing at the BlackBerry World conference stage to announce his company’s tie-up with the Canadian mobile devices maker. The lively Ballmer said th Read More...

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