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Is "Made in Canada" Enough to Sell BlackBerry 10?

All eyes are on Toronto today for Research In Motion's (now BlackBerry's) big reveal of the long-awaited, oft-delayed BlackBerry 10. Canadians are forced to put patriotism before their pocketbooks when considering the replacement of their current BlackBerry with the new one. The biggest barrier could be the staggering cost of breaking an existing cell-phone contract. So while many Canadians are rooting for BlackBerry, it will be no surprise to see them rooting from the sidelines.

RIM Renames Itself BlackBerry

Research In Motion is now BlackBerry. The tech company behind the BlackBerry smartphone brand announced it would rename itself after its flagship product at the launch of its new BlackBerry 10 platfor...

The Big Day Is Here

After years of frustrating delays, scary earnings reports and multiple rounds of layoffs, Research In Motion's shot at redemption has arrived. Except it's not Research In Motion anymore — the company...
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RIM Shares Plummet On Big Day

TORONTO — The Toronto stock market closed lower as Research In Motion stock fell following the launch of its long-awaited BlackBerry 10 products and data showing a surprising weakening of the U.S. eco...

Here's Where RIM Is Beating Apple (Maybe)

When Research In Motion’s BlackBerry PlayBook tablet came out in the spring of 2011, it was met with a less than enthusiastic reception from tech consumers. But there’s one place in the world where —...

Major Computer Maker Says It May Buy RIM

Shares in Waterloo, Ont.-based Research in Motion rose as much as six per cent today as markets reacted to a report that Chinese PC maker Lenovo would be interested in acquiring the BlackBerry maker....

Samsung Mocks BlackBerry Users In New Ad

Is Samsung getting worried about a BlackBerry revival? The South Korean electronics giant has released an ad mocking BlackBerry users as being behind the times. The ad comes a week ahead of RIM’s unve...