Tag: Research In Motion Ltd

27
Sep

RIM Shows Off BlackBerry 10

Research in Motion (RIM) has had its share of troubles in 2012, but the company has not thrown in the towel by any means. On the contrary, RIM has adjusted its focus to target business professionals instead of general consumers. On Sep. 25, 2012, at BlackBerry Jam Americas in San Jose, Calif., RIM CEO Thorsten…

30
May

RIM Shares Plummet as Company Struggles

BlackBerry lovers will be sorry to hear that Canada-based Research in Motion (RIM), the company that makes BlackBerry, continues to struggle. Once dominant in the smart phone marketplace, RIM is doing all it can just to stay afloat. On May 30, 2012, it was announced that RIM (RIMM), which is headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, suffered…

1
Feb

Microsoft and Research In Motion Partner Up To Help Business

The world is becoming more mobile, and more people are using their smart phones to do business. Smart phones are lighter and easier to carry than laptops or tablets. People already use them to send emails, update their Facebook statuses and post tweets. So, Research in Motion’s (RIM) introduction of the BlackBerry Business Cloud Services…

13
Jun

Blackberry, iPhone or Android? Which smartphone do Canadian’s love?

Looks like Canadians like the Research In Motion’s BlackBerry the most. Despite a series of public relation’s setbacks and analyst downgrades beginning with the underwhelming launch of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in April, BlackBerries are still the most popular smartphones in Canada. Devices from the Waterloo Ont.-based company accounted for 42% of all smartphones in Canada in March, leaving behind

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28
Mar

April 19th, will you line up for a BlackBerry PlayBook?

The tablet market across Canada is undoubtedly dominated by iPads. As of today, no high end tablet producer has been able to undercut Apple when it comes to pricing. But the BlackBerry PlayBook seems all set to break the record with its manufacturer, Research In Motion, citing that PlayBooks will be sold at $20 below the price of iPads in

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