Founders and co-CEOs Lazaridis and Balsillie have stepped aside to give Thorsten Heins the reins of Research In Motion.
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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.
If rumors are true, Facebook may have some competition for remaking the social inbox.
New app lets BlackBerry users buy and search Amazon's extensive music collection and features a social media component similar to Apple's Ping.
Purchase will give BlackBerry maker some much-needed expertise as it transitions devices to its new QNX-based mobile OS.
We highlight seven of the key features of Research In Motion's BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 that cover mobile security and mobile management.
BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 offers mobile management, mobile security and compatibility with major enterprise applications.
Jim Balsillie, co-CEO of BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion, comes out swinging at Web 2.0 Summit with a critique of Apple's development model.
RIM CEO Jim Balsillie says the new tablet PC will be available in the first quarter, support Adobe Flash and will be primarily marketed to the enterprise.
Research In Motion's new tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook, is powered by a new mobile OS. We highlight everything mobile management needs to know about RIM's BlackBerry Tablet operating system.
The smartphone and now tablet PC maker reportedly said it will eventually replace the BlackBerry OS in its smartphones with the QNX operating system found in its new PlayBook.
The Blackberry maker has slipped the provider of one of the most popular mobile productivity apps for handheld devices and smartphones into its back pocket.
Officials will study Research In Motion's proposed solution, which includes the placement of a server within India.
RIM needs to fully leverage its recent acquisitions to remain competitive, plus add some key components to its ecosystem to complete its makeover.
In addition to refreshing workstations and servers, IT pros must now also plan lifecycle refreshes for laptops, tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices. From increased productivity to compliance to support costs, discover what factors are driving those decisions. Also, download this report and learn which mobile initiatives IT organizations are investing in most aggressively.