Research in Motion delays BlackBerry 10 after a disappointing quarter.
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Another terrible quarter for the Blackberry as new CEO pin the company's future on the enterprise and not consumers.
Founders and co-CEOs Lazaridis and Balsillie have stepped aside to give Thorsten Heins the reins of Research In Motion.
Another rough quarter for the smartphone vendor as delays and competitive challenges set in.
The company admits that it ended its fiscal third quarter with a high level of unsold PlayBook inventory and will have to mark down their value of $485 million. It also adjusted its third quarter guidance down ahead of its earnings call.
BlackBerry Mobile Fusion software will securely link employees' personal devices to the BlackBerry network.
RIM debuts two new smartphones. Meanwhile, rumors spread of the first BBX OS BlackBerry.
The new OS, called BBX, will merge existing BlackBerry elements with the QNX OS for phones and tablets that RIM acquired last year.
While Research in Motion says it’s fixed the kinks in its BlackBerry service, users may still have to wait a little while for their service to return to normal.
BGR: Although it has numerous devices in the pipeline, RIM may only introduce one at its main event.
Brighthand: RIM's tablet PC just started hitting store shelves.
InformationWeek: RIM's first tablet PC knocked for lack of native email support, lack of applications, and buggy software.
BGR: Promo videos for BlackBerry Touch 9900 and Touch 9860 appear online.
TFTS: Mike Lazaridis doesn't understand the negativity of some critics regarding his company.
Geek.com: Adobe swears Flash can work on tablets, but Apple refuses to use it, and it looks like RIM has run into problems with the Web technology.
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