The Return Of The Keyboard

TORONTO - For the BlackBerry loyalists who hoped the beleaguered company could redeem itself with another top-notch keyboard-based smartphone, there's good news: the Q10 doesn't disappoint.It won't ne...
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TORONTO - BlackBerry says it is smashing its own sales records with the launch of its new smartphones, but just how many devices it has sold is still a secret.The Waterloo, Ont.-based company issued a...
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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.
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First Impressions Of The Z10

TORONTO - For BlackBerry fans who have been desperately hoping that Research in Motion would get its act together and once again deliver a smartphone worthy of its old CrackBerry moniker, there's good...

5 Things That Killed The BlackBerry

TORONTO - Research in Motion went from being a company revered worldwide for its innovative phones — coveted status symbols proudly carried by world leaders, executives and celebrities — to an industr...

BlackBerry's Going To The SuperBowl

WATERLOO, Ont. - The BlackBerry is ready for game time.Research In Motion (TSX:RIM) said Friday that its new operating system will appear in a 30-second advertisement during this year's Super Bowl.The...

RIM's Attempt To Reboot

TORONTO - After a year of persistent struggles, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion hopes to launch a comeback in 2013 as it works to convince customers its latest smartphones are a worthy alternative...

Why RIM Shares Have Powered Down

TORONTO - One analyst's research note speculating that the next generation of BlackBerry smartphones won't hit shelves until March left shares of Research In Motion (TSX:RIM) falling on Tuesday.The co...