BlackBerry 10 phones being tested by carriers as Pentagon says it will keep using RIM handsets

Research In Motion boss Thorsten Heins has announced that devices running the firm's next-generation OS, BlackBerry 10, are now being tested by carriers around the world, keeping it on course for release early next year. Meanwhile, the…

Samsung tops the global smartphone market, as HTC, Nokia, and RIM fall further behind

Research published by market analysts IDC has put Samsung way out in front of its rivals in the global smartphone market share charts, where Nokia has disappeared from the top five for the first time, and HTC has dropped several spots too.

‘Don’t underestimate BB10,’ RIM boss says during demo of upcoming BlackBerry OS [video]

As the iPhone 5 flies off the shelves and Samsung reports record profits, the boss of the firm that once ruled the smartphone roost has said in an interview that BlackBerry 10 – set for launch early next year – should not be…

US immigration and customs agency dumps BlackBerry, switches to iPhone

More bad news for Research In Motion. The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) has announced it will be switching its 17,000+ employees to Apple's iPhone after using BlackBerry handsets for the last eight years.

RIM boss Thorsten Heins hits back at BlackBerry-bashing NY Times article

RIM CEO Thorsten Heins has hit back at a recent NY Times article that interviewed a number of disgruntled BlackBerry owners. In a letter published by the newspaper on Wednesday, Heins accused the piece of lacking balance and said there were…

RIM posts big loss, shares surge 18 percent

Research In Motion posted a second-quarter loss of $235 million on Thursday. It's not good, but analysts had been expecting worse, with shares surging as a result.

RIM execs serenade BlackBerry developers with ‘Keep on Loving You’ music video

Has Research In Motion finally lost the plot? Or is it merely showing everyone it has a sense of humor? A new music video starring company executives thanks BlackBerry developers for sticking with its mobile platform, promising better days…
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Opinion: Apple is victorious, Android is screwed, both RIM and Microsoft may be grateful

Apple’s recent patent victory over Samsung will leave other Android makers squirming, and open a window for struggling competitors like Microsoft and RIM.

Not enough users: New York Times abandons its BlackBerry app

Compared to the iOS store and Android's Google Play store, BlackBerry App World is a rather quiet affair. So quiet, in fact, that the New York Times has decided to drop its newspaper app from the store.

Qantas latest company to swap BlackBerry devices for iPhones

Another company turns its back on the BlackBerry in favor of the iPhone. This time it's Qantas.

BlackBerry isn’t dead yet… we should remember that

It's no secret that Research in Motion has seen better days, but is it actually a lost cause? If you read tech sites, you might think so, but we think there's still a chance for RIM. Here's why.

RIM told to pay $147.2 million in wireless patent lawsuit

Canadian mobile maker Research In Motion has received more bad news, having been told to pay almost $150 million in a wireless patent lawsuit.