Following a very horrible no good quarterly earnings report, Research in Motion had its annual shareholders meeting today, and announcing some strange steps to fix its bedraggled BlackBerry business.
Fantasizing about how Apple could spend its $117 billion cash mound leads to one astounding conclusion: The company has more money than it could ever spend—even if it went on an extravagant tech company shopping spree.
Following yesterday's sad quarterly earnings report that confirmed the deterioration at Research in Motion we've heard about for the last year, The Wall Street Journal's Will Connor tells us why exactly the BlackBerry maker failed so hard, and it has a lot to do with getting everything wrong about the future of phones.
If you work for RIM, you might want to start polishing off your resume and start slipping your name to other employers. Massive layoffs are on the way.
The new Digital Government Strategy, released on Wednesday, contains hints that the BlackBerry is on the way out as federal government’s leading mobile device.
Removing its co-CEOs, Blackberry-maker Research in Motion is installing Thorsten Heins as its new chief to not-so-raucous applause.
Free apps haven't appeased BlackBerry users, who are now seeking a class action lawsuit against Research in Motion, asking for around to be paid $1.25 to each angry customer.
To make up for its days-long outage, the company is giving customers a $100 gift certificate
RIM says that the phones are slowly returning to normal; CEO apologizes
Streaming and social, the new feature is more limiting than competitors
New, more modern devices probably won't save the dying brand
A series of letters from disgruntled RIM employees paint a grim portrait of the company
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