Mike Lazaridis, the legendary businessman that founded the former Research in Motion, will retire, the company announced this morning.
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In an attempt to forge a new path, Research In Motion has taken the name of its most popular brand, BlackBerry. What does it stand for?
BlackBerry, previously known as Research In Motion (RIM), launched the new BlackBerry 10 platform this morning. Here are the numbers you need to know.
Research In Motion--now called 'BlackBerry'--has launched its long-awaited, much-delayed BlackBerry 10 OS and handsets. Here's your complete guide, from the OS' development to a first look at the Z10 device.
In a last-gasp effort to remain relevant in a category it once dominated, Research In Motion announced BlackBerry 10 this morning, and renamed the company to "BlackBerry" to indicate its dedication to the brand.
Its BlackBerry 10 launch looms but shouldn't be counted on to save beleaguered Research In Motion, which has failed to address its "chronic inability" to appeal to consumers in mature markets, says Ovum analyst.
BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion is holding its last port-a-thon for developers, aimed at bolstering the availability of BlackBerry 10-compatiable apps ahead of the OS' launch.
Research in Motion has been all but counted out but the imminent launch of BlackBerry 10 may put them back in the smartphone game. Microsoft better be looking over its shoulder.
By platform, Google and Apple control 85.7 percent of the smartphone market. Research in Motion is a distant No. 3 with 7.3 percent of the smartphone market in November.
BlackBerry handset maker Research In Motion has patented a system that would prevent people from quickly taking covert photographs by requiring a handset to be held still for a predetermined amount of time before a picture can be taken.
Research In Motion has partnered with Appcelerator, the company behind the Titanium cross-platform development environment, in order to attract more coders to the soon-to-launch BlackBerry 10 platform.
Research In Motion says it will release the 'gold' software development kit for its BlackBerry 10 within weeks, allowing developers to ready their apps for the long-awaited platform's launch at the end of January.
The first Research In Motion smartphones to run the new BlackBerry 10 operating system will be revealed in 30 January, in a worldwide event that will mark the formal introduction of the platform.
Research In Motion has made good on its promise to help developers build or port apps to its upcoming BlackBerry 10 platform with the launch of a drop-in centre in the UK.
The 40-hour hackathon is taking place in the city-state this weekend, as Research In Motion hopes to drum up interest among regional developers to code for its upcoming BlackBerry 10 platform.
Research in Motion needs compelling devices, excited consumers and strong developer commitment if the company has any chance at all in chasing a saturated mobile operating system market dominated by Apple, Google and even Microsoft.
Research In Motion is guaranteeing earnings of $10,000 for any BlackBerry 10 app that is submitted before the platform's launch and that pulls in at least $1,000 on its own during its first year of release
Research In Motion turns out a new mobile management solution for business customers with BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion has said that all BlackBerry devices will be compatible with its next-generation enterprise server offerings, contrary to earlier reports.
Research in Motion poured cold water on rumors that it or others can intercept enterprise BlackBerry email messages. Consumers, however, should remain cautious.
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