Research In Motion has released the long awaited upgrade to the BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, along with an initial developer toolkit for native and HTML5 software development.
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Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: MobilityRoll up! Roll up! Get your free BlackBerry here! Embattled smartphone vendor Research in Motion (RIM) is offering one free Blackberry 10 per company as part of its “BlackBerry 10 Ready” promotion.
Fading former behemoth BlackBerry will not go quietly into the night, according to eWeek. Behind new offerings in software and services, BB hopes to regain its place in the tech offerings for enterprises. Maybe I shouldn't decom my old BES box quite yet.
Research in Motion (RIM) today essentially said BlackBerry 10 is delayed, BlackBerry Playbook tablet isn’t selling, revenues are plummeting and quarterly losses are mounting. Other than that, life is pretty good for the smartphone and tablet maker. Tragic humor aside, RIM’s greatest remaining asset appears to be cash — $2.2 billion worth.
BlackBerry, the Canadian smartphone maker formerly known as RIM — aka Research In Motion — will start trading under its new name on February 4, with its new ticker symbols effective from the start of trading on that day.
BlackBerry said it will trade as BBRY on the Nasdaq, and as BB on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
CEO Thorsten Heins announced the name change at the launch of the compan
When Research In Motion announces Q2 2013 quarterly results later today, the struggling BlackBerry smartphone maker will need to strike a careful balancing act. RIM (NASDAQ: RIMM) spent most of this week evangelizing BlackBerry 10 to software developers at the BlackBerry Jam Americas developer conference.
National mobile carrier Vodafone has released a limited amount of information about how it will price Research in Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook, noting the device will be available bundled on a single monthly plan with the BlackBerry Bold 9780 handset and will launch next week on June 29.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: MarketStruggling BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) has used its BlackBerry Jam developers conference in San Jose to try to convince the world, developers – and itself – that there is still a future for the once dominant company.