There is good news in the fall of the once-giant phone maker, however.
BlackBerry needs all the help it can get.
Just a few days of sales data are all that BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins needed to predict that his company would sell huge quantities of its newest, keyboard-equipped smartphone.
Home Depot is pulling nearly 10,000 Blackberry phones from its incentive plans for executives today and replacing them with iPhones.
The waiting game for BlackBerry 10 has just begun — at least in the U.S.
The company formerly known as RIM has announced the Z10 and Q10, the first devices running its spanking-new BlackBerry 10 operating system.