BlackBerry is in a long decline, but does it make sense to make games for its smartphones?
Editor’s Pick Research in Motion renamed itself as just BlackBerry, introduced the first BlackBerry 10 phones, and trotted out singer Alicia Keys as its new “global creative director.” It was a big press event for the struggling mobile phone maker.
BlackBerry 10 is late. And I’m not just talking about missing a few release dates.
Apple may be winning the smartphone battle stateside, but Android is winning the global smartphone war being fought all over the world.
While 2012 didn’t have any single products that were as exciting as when we saw the iPad or iPhone for the first time, I have a feeling we’ll look back at this year as a turning point.
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The Federal Communications Commission wants people to get smarter about their phones as we head into the holiday season — a time for giving gadgets.
Check out this image and a few vids we rounded up to preview BlackBerry 10 before it launches next month.
It’s a patent battle between two trouble phone manufacturers.
After several delays, Research in Motion announced this morning that it will officially launch BlackBerry 10, its next-generation phone platform, next January.
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Research in Motion beat Wall Street expectations with the results of its fiscal second quarter of 2013 today, and investors have responded by shooting the company’s stock up 16 percent in after-hours trading.
Research in Motion has just released a strange music video serenading BlackBerry developers and encourages them to stick with RIM for its new BlackBerry 10 operating system.
Research in Motion founder Mike Lazaridis, who created the BlackBerry smartphone, has donated $100 million to a new center pursuing radically small computing innovations.
Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform will likely overtake Research in Motion’s BlackBerry market share in the U.S. by the end of this year.
While many industry watchers have suggested that Research in Motion give up its BlackBerry OS and adopt Android instead, RIM CEO Thorsten Heins divulged exactly why the company avoided that route in a recent interview.
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Guest Post BlackBerry maker, Research In Motion, recently released disappointing Q4 2012 financial performance results. New CEO Thorstein Heins has acknowledged RIM is in need of significant changes if it is to survive, much less stay relevant. The odds are heavily stacked against RIM at this point, but there are still things the company can do to regain its footing in the market.