We’ve entered 2013 and it’s going to be a big year for BlackBerry’s maker Research in Motion (RIM). After fighting a losing battle over the past couple of years with the iPhone and various Android smartphones, the company is literally putting all its eggs into this one basket – that … Read the rest
HTC’s M7 is expected to push the company back into one of the top spots as an Android smartphone maker. Even though the company hasn’t yet provided too many details about the phone and its expected release date, we wonder if it is worthy enough to make RIM’s chances with … Read the rest
Once the forte of the corporate professional, RIM’s BlackBerry lost precious ground to iPhones and Android based smartphones over the past couple of years. But with its latest version of the OS, the BlackBerry 10, RIM promises to get right back in the game and win back some precious lost … Read the rest
Shares of Blackberry-maker Research in Motion plummeted Friday morning despite the company having announced better-than-expected Q3 earnings yesterday. The company also announced a better cash position for the quarter as it is set to launch a marketing drive for two new phones on January 30.
However, in a conference call … Read the rest
Research in Motion strongly believes that 2013 could be the year of the BlackBerry. With its all new operating system, BlackBerry 10, coming out next year, the company hopes that it can win back some of its faithful customers and gain market share among smartphones. In keeping with the current … Read the rest
On Monday, RIM’s shares ascended to 39 cents.
“Preliminary results from our quarterly handset survey indicate developed market carriers have a much more positive view … Read the rest