The next version of RIM's mobile operating system is getting a feature that might look familiar to iPhone owners.
As if it wasn't having a bad enough time already, RIM's been ordered to pay out $147.2 million in damages to Mformation Technologies over patents related to the remote management of wireless devices.
Google's mobile Android operating system continues to dominate the smartphone market, claiming a whopping 51.8% of the lucrative space in June 2012.
Here's a stroke of good Blackberry news for a change.
Research in Motion is to delay the launch of its BlackBerry 10 smartphone until the first quarter next year, following the announcement of even worse-than-expected quarterly results.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) is reportedly mulling over the possibility of splitting its struggling business into two distinct entities.
The version of the Playbook that was such a flop RIM could barely even give them away for free, is no more.
Research In Motion is set to announce that it's sitting on a pile of unsold Blackberrys worth more than $1 billion.
It seems anyone with an important title at Research in Motion is jumping away before it's too late.
If you're the kind of person who can't live without a real keyboard on your phone, then Blackberry is the brand for you.
RIM's released a prototype version of its upcoming phone for the BlackBerry 10 operating system, and is distributing around 2,000 to developers.
There's a new report out that Research in Motion is working on a 4G LTE-powered Playbook tablet.
RIM's launched a rather nifty little gadget at the BlackBerry World Conference: the BlackBerry Music Gateway.
What will perhaps be Blackberry's last chance to stay alive will launch in about six months.
We recently discussed a Porsche 911 convertible that was fully equipped with RIM QNX technology.
In another world, we might be talking about an Oracle-branded smartphone.
Despite a number of initial teething problems, Nokia's Lumia 900 may be the closest a Windows Phone 7 device has ever come to beating Apple's wildly popular iPhone.
After gaining a lot of controversy, RIM says it will not disable Android app side-loading for the Playbook tablet.
The ability to load any practically any Android app on the Blackberry Playbook is about to be axed.
RIM has announced a fourth quarter loss of $125 million, and says it plans to pull out of the consumer market.