Not forgetting that RIM is the second best worldwide operating system. However as you can see by the graph, this is another handset stock that has taken a hammering, although with the launch of the long awaited Storm and more …
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) - Research In Motion Ltd stock slumped again on Wednesday, even as the company said it was close to hiring a marketing boss to fashion a unified message for the next-generation BlackBerry that will likely …
BlackBerry 10 really is going to be the million-dollar question of early 2013. RIM has so much invested in its success, the company’s future very nearly rides entirely on the platform’s successful launch. While RIM has had plenty of nice …
Share of the Research in Motion dove on Thursday, one day after the highly-anticipated launch of its BlackBerry 10 devices and operating system, as several analysts downgraded the stock and investors were disappointed the new phones …
Fears are mounting that the Torch, RIM’s latest BlackBerry, may not hold a candle to the iPhone. The realization has led an analyst to downgrade the company’s rating to neutral from outperform, and to say that last week’s release of the …
We've always heard that you can't take it to your grave, but one has to wonder why the former co-CEO of Research In Motion chose now to dump every last bit of remaining RIM stock. Jim Balsillie has liquidated his shares in RIM, leaving …
TORONTO -- Stock in Research in Motion was up five per cent following a report that IBM is interested in some of the company's assets. According to the Bloomberg news agency, the U.S. technology giant made an informal approach …
The thin rim and small opening require extra cleaning ... or just find it easier to put all your glasses in the dishwasher, it’s a great idea to stock your home with …
The unparalleled motion technology has been used with great success in recent blockbusters like Black Panther, Ready Player One and Pacific Rim Uprising ... traded Canadian company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: DBO). …
Still, far more smartphone users are investing in Apple than Google. Blackberry fairs the worst; less than one in 100 Blackberry owners have stock in RIM. That’s right, even people who willingly own and use Blackberrys won’t invest in RIM.