BlackBerry chief Thorsten Heins has called for patience as his beleaguered company faced shareholder questions about its future today.
Other vendors found it impossible to provide a truly global content store thanks to the machinations of rightsholders, and Research In Motion has run into the same roadblocks. While BlackBerry World for BlackBerry 10 will open up in Australia with a catalogue of DRM-free music from major and independent labels, we'll have to do without movies and TV shows.
BlackBerry 10 is set for launch this week, and RIM is already spruiking the support it's getting from enterprise developers.
Chinese PC maker Lenovo – the company that rose to prominence buying IBM’s PC division – is in discussions with BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM).
Beleaguered BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) has had a run of good press in recent days, with headlines like "RIM shares rally as optimism about new devices grows," "Investors find life in RIM ahead of BlackBerry 10 launch," "RIM Ends Week Up 27% - Can It Continue?" However, these all seem to be traceable to one source.
Are you a BlackBerry developer? Are you a consultant that helps clients deploy BlackBerry applications or services? RIM has opened a new portal to provide the information and resources you need.
Struggling BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) has used its BlackBerry Jam developers conference in San Jose to try to convince the world, developers – and itself – that there is still a future for the once dominant company.
The latest worldwide mobile phone market share data from Gartner shows an increase in smartphone sales of 42.7 percent to account for 36.7 percent of mobile phone sales in the three months to 30 June, with Android accounting for most of the growth
Ailing BlackBerry maker Research in Motion has unveiled plans to shed another 5000 staff and has delayed until 2013 the new BB10 smartphone platform on which it is pinning its future. Meanwhile, one analyst says gross margins on its hardware are now in negative territory.
BlackBerry maker RIM has appointed Ray Gillenwater as managing director for Australia and New Zealand.
Research In Motion has launched a new service that extends Microsoft Exchange Online cloud services to BlackBerry smartphones, allowing customers to manage their BlackBerry deployments in the cloud.
The co-CEOs of embattled BlackBerry maker Research in Motion have stood down in favour of COO Thorsten Heins with the company saying it was "acting on the recommendation of its co-chief executive officers to implement the succession plan they previously submitted to the board."
Research in Motion has confirmed that products running its next operating system - formerly named BBX but now BlackBerry 10 - will not be available until the latter part of calendar 2012.
US software company, BASIS International, has secured a temporary restraining order preventing Research In Motion from using the term BBX to denote its upcoming operating system.
An investment analyst in Research in Motion's home country, Canada, has made a gloomy prognosis for the BlackBerry maker in the wake of RIM's $US485m write down of its PlayBook inventory.
Telstra is offering its BlackBerry users the ability to purchase apps from BlackBerry App World and charge the purchases directly to their monthly Telstra Mobile bill.
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