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BlackBerry's Keyboard Is Back---Will It Sell?

Blackberry Q10

Research In Motion is pinning its hopes partly on the debut this week of the BlackBerry Q10, its first keyboard-equipped model since the BlackBerry Bold was introduced in 2009.

 

RIM Blasts Analysts' Z10 Comments

Blackberry Z10 - Screencap

Research In Motion said it will ask regulators to review "materially false and misleading comments" made Thursday about retail return rates for its new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone.

 

RIM changes name to BlackBerry, unveils 2 phones

Blackberry

After lengthy delays, Research In Motion Ltd. unveiled its first two phones with the new BlackBerry 10 system. The Q10 will have a physical keyboard, while the Z10 has only a touch-screen keyboard. RIM also announced a company name change to BlackBerry to maintain a single brand.

 

As Apple shares slide, Research in Motion rises

Here’s a tech stock pop quiz: Who has had a better quarter on the stock market? Apple? Or Research in Motion? The answer may surprise you. Apple’s stock, which peaked at more than $700 per share in September, has lost nearly 25 percent of its value. But Research in Motion, due to report earnings Thursday afternoon, has seen its stock more than double its abysmal September price of $6.30 per share. On Thursday morning, the stock was trading at $13.63 a share.

 

Why The RIM Share Price is Headed Up

Analysts are talking up the RIM share price after a depressing run for the Canadian phone maker. But something else is going on. While the press and analyst were burying RIM, its popularity was already on the increase, months before the share price went up.

 

Blackberry boss - don't underestimate us

Blackberry

Blackberry is still a very respected brand across the developing world - but it is undeniable that it has lost its cachet in the US and Europe. Turning that around and pulling the company out of its death spiral all depends on a new operating system, Blackberry 10.

 

Blackberry maker posts $235m loss

Research In Motion shares rise in after-hours trading as the maker of the Blackberry posts a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss.

 

Struggling BlackBerry maker begins job cuts

Blackberry

Struggling BlackBerry maker Research In Motion said Wednesday it has started laying off employees as part of its restructuring plan aimed at saving about $1 billion this year.

 

Nokia files patent lawsuits against HTC, RIM

Wounded cellphone maker Nokia has turned on one of its former allies in the patent protection battlefield by filing lawsuits against rival smartphone maker HTC as it steps up its efforts to raise funds.

 

RIM Launches BlackBerry 10

Blackberry 10

RIM CEO Thorsten Heins today unveiled the long-awaited BlackBerry 10 operating system at its BlackBerry World conference. Thorsten Heins took the stage here to give his first keynote as CEO of Research in Motion.

 

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