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BlackBerry ripe for shutdown?

The U.S. Supreme Court today rejected a petition by BlackBerry maker Research In Motion to review a ruling that could lead to the shutdown of most U.
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Written by David Grober, Managing Editor on

The U.S. Supreme Court today rejected a petition by BlackBerry maker Research In Motion to review a ruling that could lead to the shutdown of most U.S. BlackBerry sales and service. News.com reports on the apparent end of RIM's long and winding legal road... It was only last month that RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis  chatted optimistically with David Berlind about the company's plans....and left David astonished at the patent mess that was positioning BlackBerry users so close to this precipice...

See: As legal woes loom, RIM co-CEO still talks up innovation

and...For Pete's sake, stop the patent madness now!

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