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RIM lures app makers with Marmalade software
by Reuters    Sep 20, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
The company is looking at BlackBerry 10 to claw back some of the market share it lost over the last few years
From smart to genius: will design define future gadgets?
by Reuters    Aug 31, 2012
If there is going to be a change in what a phone looks like, Google needs to be the one to change.
BlackBerry 10 Sneak Peek
by CXOtoday Staff    Aug 17, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
First look at some of what RIM is building for the BlackBerry 10 platform
Kodak extends patent auction deadline as talks continue
by Reuters    Aug 14, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
Apple, Google, and Microsoft made bids, but they are significantly below Kodak's estimates for the patents' value
RIM says BB10 will soon be ready to license
by Reuters    Aug 14, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
RIM is now considering how other companies may be able to use the OS in a range of products
Samsung says not considering buying RIM
by Reuters    Aug 09, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Samsung Electronics said it has not considered acquiring RIM or licensing the BlackBerry phone maker's new mobile OS.
RIM shares rise on hopes of Samsung licensing deal
by Reuters    Aug 09, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Shares of Research In Motion rose more than 5 percent after an announcement that it may look to license its new OS to Samsung Electronics.
Apple sounds warning bell for smartphone industry
by Reuters    Jul 30, 2012
In emerging markets, penetration rates are much lower, but cheaper phones that cost under $100 are squeezing profit margins.
RIM updates developer tools ahead of BlackBerry 10 launch
by Reuters    Jul 20, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Research In Motion Ltd has updated the tools it is providing for independent developers to build applications for its twice-delayed BlackBerry 10 platform
Qantas Airways drops Blackberrys for iPhones
by Reuters    Jul 18, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Qantas said it was replacing 1,300 company-issued Blackberrys with iPhones and the savings at the end of the program would be about A$1.4 million.
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