Research in Motion's Blackberry brand is now struggling to be the leader in the company's home market of Canada.
Well, they must have thought, why not? Everybody else is suing left right and center, why shouldn't we?
Research in Motion is the white elephant in the Mobile World Congress room this week, but it's there to assure that its time is far from over.
Research in Motion has just launched what it hopes will be a jolt to its fledgling Playbook tablet device.
We're not sure if this is RIM toting its usual "nothing's wrong" attitude or just a new strategy to encourage people to stay with the Blackberry brand.
The Playbook has been so underwhelming that some have quipped that Research in Motion "couldn't even give them away."
This is what the next generation of Blackberry smartphones will apparently look like.
2012 will be one of Research in Motion's most challenging years yet, but it's already making structural changes that will help bring the Blackberry brand back to prominence.
Mike Lazaridis may no longer be one of the front men at Research in Motion but he's still as ardent as ever in his belief that it can thrive in an iPhone and Android world.
RIM got a new CEO this week, yet it is still quite easy to write the corporation off.
After continuing pressure from shareholders, RIM co-CEOs Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis have stepped down, to be replaced by chief operating officer Thorsten Heins.
Samsung is vehemently denying a report that claimed it considered an acquisition proposal to buy struggling mobile company Research in Motion.
Although the flagship Playbook tablet has been a commercial flop, RIM wants to keep the brand alive.
Research in Motion is looking at new ways to stay relevant in a world where there's little room for Blackberry phones.
Research in Motion chose CES to be the launching pad for the new version of its Playbook tablet OS.
A new survey shows that consumers are starting to rally around Samsung when it comes to thinking about their next smartphone.
Every single Playbook model, from the 16 GB version to the one with 64 GB, are now officially priced at $299.
Google's wildly popular mobile Android operating system claimed 46.9% of the smartphone market from September-November 2011 - up 3.1 percentage points from the prior three-month period.
Volkswagen has taken the radical step of telling its employees that when they're off the clock, they can't check in on work stuff.
There have apparently been a few major companies that have voiced interest in acquiring fledgling Blackberry maker Research in Motion.