- News tagged "research in motion"
Friday, 21 Dec 2012
Research in Motion (RIM)'s first BlackBerry 10 phone will be called Z10, and will come in black and white variants.
Monday, 1 Oct 2012
While we have gotten several photo leaks of RIM's BB10 L-series devices, its N-series keyboard-armed cousin was nowhere to be seen. Thankfully, images have finally surfaced, specifically leaked screenshots from an internal RIM video.
Friday, 29 Jun 2012
As 2012 schedule is "no longer realistic", Research in Motion will only be able to launch BlackBerry 10-powered devices in Q1 2013.
Tuesday, 26 Jun 2012
RIM's woes continues as amidst struggling sales and declining market share, it is rumored that they may split the company into two and sell off its handset business.
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
Poor sales of Blackberry phones and Playbook tablets have increased the chances of the company's third writedown since December.
Friday, 23 Mar 2012
Research in Motion recently put up a job posting, now removed, for a Senior iOS Mobile Developer, fueling speculations about the possibility of BBM on iOS. BGR Reports.
Wednesday, 29 Feb 2012
At MWC 2012, Research in Motion showcased a concept named Confetti that lets its PlayBook tablet share an extended working space across multiple devices, based purely on its Wi-Fi and camera module.
Monday, 23 Jan 2012
Acting on the recommendation of its Co-Chief Executive Officers, the Board of Directors of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has unanimously named Thorsten Heins as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mike Lazaridis is now Vice Chair of RIM's Board and Chair of the Board's new Innovation Committee, while Jim Balsillie remains a member of the Board.
Friday, 23 Dec 2011
Research in Motion denied allegations that its co-CEO Mike Lazaridis lied about the reason for the delay of BlackBerry 10 devices. A high-level employee told BGR that the actual reason was buying time as the company did not have a working product at the moment.
Tuesday, 13 Dec 2011
The Indonesian Telecommunications Regulation Body (BRTI) may cease BBM and BIS services due to perceived "security issues", The Jakarta Post reports.