BlackBerry: Where did it all go wrong?
The smartphone giant's fall from grace was swift and dramatic. The tell-tale signs were there for all to see, yet the heads failed to take heed. How did it go wrong so badly?
BlackBerry may have no choice but to go private
May go the Dell way as its shares plummet more than 19 percent this year.
RIM mulls licensing out software
CEO Thorstein Heins told German daily plans are on after BB 10 launch
RIM to spice BlackBerry 10 AppWorld with local flavours
Developers say like what they see, but analysts are not convinced that RIM's gamble on BB10 will succeed.
RIM CEO sees new BlackBerry powering growth
Category : Digital Enterprise
RIM is betting that the new smartphones will help it claw back the market share it has lost to the likes of iPhone Android devices
RIM starts carrier testing on BlackBerry 10 devices
Testing with carriers typically runs two to three months and lets telecom players test the compatibility of the new devices with their networks.
BlackBerry 10 Sneak Peek
Technology : Hardware & Software
First look at some of what RIM is building for the BlackBerry 10 platform
CEO vows to turn RIM into "lean, mean machine"
Thorsten Heins, presiding over his first annual meeting since taking the helm, offered little to disgruntled shareholders beyond his faith in the power of the BlackBerry 10
RIM marketing boss sees silver lining in BlackBerry delay
Frank Boulben says RIM would use social networking channels to show the capabilities of BlackBerry 10 and let its millions of still-loyal users spread the word.
RIM appoints Thorsten Heins as President and CEO
Technology : none
Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie, the co-CEOS of RIM have stepped down as heads of the Waterloo, Ontario-based technology company.