The company formerly known as RIM held its big BlackBerry 10 launch in New York City this morning to great fanfare. How well did the happenings at the event meet the company's needs?
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RIM has the defibrillator paddles ready to jumpstart the company at the BlackBerry 10 launch event this week. Here's what the company must do to get its business pumping again.
RIM is showing off bits of the upcoming BlackBerry 10 in Orlando this week. Not much has been divulged but one thing I've spied has me really excited.
RIM is proudly showing off its latest version of the OS on the BlackBerry, but it's not going to matter.
The smartphone space is still growing, but we aren't seeing a lot of innovation. The phones today are pretty much the same as they've been for a while. We need something to shake things up.
RIM has released an SDK for the BlackBerry PlayBook for game developers to provide the tools for producing good apps for the platform. The problem is it's a closed beta with limited access.
New models of the BlackBerry Bold and Torch product lines have been announced running the BlackBerry 7 OS. It is not likely they will stem the desertion of BlackBerry customers underway.
The news of layoffs at Research in Motion (RIM) surprised no one following the maker of the legendary BlackBerry. RIM is not dead yet, but unless it can lay out a concise plan to turn things around it is just a matter of time.
Mobile analytics firm comScore has released the latest quarterly numbers for smartphones, and there are some telling changes that reflect the mobile space. Android keeps growing while others remain flat.
The BlackBerry folks proudly announced the Video Chat app for its PlayBook tablet this week. Today I got a chance to put the video calling to the test, and am duly impressed with how good it is.