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U.S. phone giant AT&T pulled a controversial tweet yesterday after critics accused it of being insensitive to 9/11 victims
BlackBerry is exploring spinning off its popular BBM messenger service into a separate company, further evidence that the
BlackBerry’s much-publicized new smartphones have done little to stop the company’s global decline, at least for the moment
BlackBerry shares stumbled Friday as news broke U.S. retailers have started offering deep discounts on the recently-launched
I'm Canadian. By default RIM (now "Blackberry") is one of our cherished Canadian companies. It's been going through transitional times with a changing market environment. Due to this, I've come up with a brief list of things that I would do if I was the CEO.
The tablet computer has no future, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins told Bloomberg in an interview. “In five years I don’t think
BlackBerry has probably reduced production of its new Z10 line of phones due to poor early sales, a U.S. analyst has said
The government agency responsible for helping Canadian exporters find new markets has loaned $265 million to a giant Spanish
A U.S. federal court judge in Manhattan has dismissed a class-action lawsuit against BlackBerry on the grounds that it was
Thorsten Heins, the CEO of BlackBerry, has some carefully chosen but still harsh words about competitor Apple. Speaking to