Talk about a bold statement. RIM's CEO Thorsten Heins was quoted saying that his company, the makers
Microsoft has announced a licensing agreement with BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) for the
RIM has been in hot water as of late. First, the company loses the right to use BBX as the name for
Microsoft recently released a video that shows our future surrounded by ultra-light tablets. Well, R
Research In Motion (RIM) has rolled out an open beta trial of its new BlackBerry Business Cloud Serv
During its developer conference today, RIM's co-CEO Mike Lazaridis unveiled a new name for the compa
Last week, Research in Motion, the maker of the BlackBerry, suffered a downtime that affected its mo
Research in Motion, the maker of BlackBerry have today stated that there has been major disruption t
Reseach in Motion have announced that they have aquired a mobile software based company called NewBa
RIM recently announced that they will be bringing a brand new music service to BlackBerry Messenger.
Google's Android operating system is dominating in the market share as a new report indicated that Android is destroying everyone, including RIM and Apple's iPhone.
Mary Jo Foley reports that Microsoft and RIM intend to launch a new Hosted Blackberry Enterprise Ser
Google's Android surpassed Research in Motion's BlackBerry to become the largest mobile platform at the start of 2011, while Apple's iOS and iPhone took third before the Verizon iPhone 4 was released.
New market data released by comScore on Monday shows that Google Android was the largest mobile platform in the U.S. for the three-month period that concluded with January 2011. Android's growth of 7.7 percent over the previous quarter pushed the Google mobile operating system to 31.2 percent share, past RIM's 30.4 percent share...
Mobile software developers remain fixated on Apple and on Google's Android as the prime targets of t
The iPhone versus BlackBerry competition is starting to get personal, with Research in Motion co-CEO
In a surprise appearance during the company's quarterly earnings call, Apple's chief executive Steve Jobs hailed the success of the iPhone and iPod while painting a bleak outlook for RIM's Blackberry smartphones, Google's fragmented Android smartphone platform, and the coming trickle of 7inch tablets.
"As most of you know," Jobs said on Monday's conference call, "I don't usually participate in earnings calls since you're all in such capable hands. But I couldn't help dropping by for our first $20 billion quarter. I'd like to chat about a few things and stay for the Q and A."
Research in Motion today unveiled its first tablet offering called the "PlayBook." The 7-inch, 9.7mm
Research In Motion is known for basically one thing: making reliable smartphones that brought e-mail