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RIM rebrands at BB10 launch

RIM has launched its latest flagship BlackBerry 10 smartphones, and has revealed it has changed its corporate name to BlackBerry to coincide with the launch.   The compan

3 gaming developers explain why they're supporting RIM's BB10 launch

BlackBerry 10 is a complete, QNX-based redesign of its aging BlackBerry operating system, and is geared toward reversing RIM's sliding sales numbers and rekindling interest in the company's devices and services. RIM CEO Thorsten Heins told a German newspaper he wants to have 70,000 apps in the company's BlackBerry app storefront for its launch.

Analyzing the world's 11 biggest handset makers in Q3 2012

The numbers are in, and it's time to make sense of the data. ABI Research's Michael Morgan checks out the world's 11 largest branded cell phone makers in the third quarter of 2012, providing sales data as well as insight into their strategy and competitive position in the market.

Nokia battles RIM on home ground

Another day, another smartphone patent lawsuit.

Nokia aims for BlackBerry sales ban in UK after winning patent battle

Nokia wants to block sales of BlackBerry phones in a number of key countries, including the UK, if Research In Motion does not agree to a deal to pay new patent royalties.

Analyst: Windows Phone poised to overtake RIM in Europe

Burgeoning sales of low-end Nokia devices are helping Microsoft's Windows Phone platform to challenge BlackBerry maker Research In Motion for third place in Europe's rankings, according to data collected by research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

Inside RIM's plan to win back developers

Alec Saunders, RIM's vice-president of developer relations, says he knows Research In Motion's strategy for consumer app developers is working: When someone approaches him at a BlackBerry Jam session with something already in the works.

RIM seeks other avenues for BB10


Inventors win as RIM loses

The lawyer who led mobile device management firm Mformation to victory in a patent lawsuit with RIM claims the court’s decision is a boon for all inventors.   Foley

RIM eying sale of corporate jets

Struggling Canadian smartphone vendor RIM is considering selling its corporate jets, according to an article in the UK’s Guardian newspaper.   Yes, that&rsqu