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Dec 12, 2012
Wi-LAN sues RIM for Bluetooth patent infringementPatent licensing company Wi-LAN Inc said on Tuesday it has filed a lawsuit against BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd for infringing on ...
Jul 28, 2012
UK retailer offering 32GB PlayBook tablet for Rs. 13,000 approxLatest reports coming in confirm that UK retailer, PC World is offering the 32 GB variant of the BlackBerry ...
Jul 10, 2012
RIM marketing boss sees silver lining in BlackBerry delayA delay in the launch of the new generation of BlackBerrys until next year will give retailers more time to focus on the revamped smartphones once they hit
Jun 29, 2012
BlackBerry 10 delayed; RIM plans 5,000 job cutsThose waiting for the first phone with BlackBerry 10 that was to arrive later this year, as specified earlier ...
Jun 08, 2012
RIM discontinues 16GB BlackBerry PlayBookWhen Research in Motion had introduced their BlackBerry PlayBook last year, they had made the tablet available ...
Apr 27, 2012
RIM turnaround could take up to 5 years, Watsa saysResearch in Motion Ltd may take four to five years to regain its stride after its recent stumbles, but the BlackBerry maker's stock is a good buy at current levels, value investor Prem Watsa said on Thursday.
Mar 16, 2012
PlayBook will get BlackBerry OS 10; confirmedRIM’s one and only tablet device the BlackBerry PlayBook has been subject to quite a bit of downplay as big players in the mobile world go. Even with the
Mar 14, 2012
Now, own a 64GB PlayBook tablet for Rs.19,990Continuing their rather successful run with promotional pricing, Canadian tablet maker, Research in Motion have ...
Jan 11, 2012
CES 2012: RIM touts PlayBook 2.0, minor BlackBerry upgradeResearch In Motion showed off a major update to the QNX-based software running its poor-selling PlayBook ...
Jan 10, 2012
RIM upgrades PlayBook and BlackBerry softwareThe BBmaker showed off a major update to the QNX-based software running its poor-selling PlayBook tablet and unveiled minor improvements to its legacy BlackBerry phone software at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.