Apparently there's a group of criminals who weren't skilled enough to nab a bunch of iPads.
If you needed to see another nail in Research in Motion's coffin, how about news that the company is delaying its big software upgrade?
The NPD Group has confirmed that Google's mobile Android operating system managed to claim more than half of the U.S. smartphone market in 2011.
As if Research in Motion needed any more bad news, it has just been ordered by a judge not to use the name "BBX" because it already belongs to another trademark owner.
Research in Motion (RIM) has confirmed that lackluster PlayBook tablet sales forced the company to take a $485 million charge.
Two high-ranking employees at Research in Motion forced a China-bound flight to be diverted to Vancouver where they were forced off the plane and charged with criminal conduct.
Carriers are piling in to insist that they're not snaffling user data by using Carrier IQ's tracking software.
Three hackers say they've been able to crack Research In Motion's much-vaunted security to run unauthorized applications on the PlayBook tablet.
Research in Motion is slowly beginning to adjust its mobile strategy to a motto of "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em."
Research in Motion has just unveiled two new phones powered by its latest Blackberry 7 software, but unlike Android and iPhone announcements these days, we're left wondering "Who cares?"
For the first time, developers are more interested in creating apps for Windows Phone than Blackberry, a further punch in the gut to the fledgling Research in Motion smartphone line.
Google will end support for the Blackberry version of its Gmail app, a decision that is yet another blow to the once dominant business-centric phone brand.
Despite slashing prices by at least $200 in the US, Research in Motion is having trouble convincing people to buy its flagship Blackberry tablet.
The massive Blackberry outage earlier this month that left millions without mobile service for days is now the subject of a sweeping lawsuit.
The firmware update that will bring many features to the Blackberry Playbook that critics say should have been included in the first place, has been delayed to next year.
The majority of people who own a company Blackberry may not have the desire or ability to switch to an iPhone or Android phone, but there's a growing group that does.
Just a couple of days after announcing its new BBX platform for smartphones and tablets, Research In Motion is facing a legal threat over the name.
Research In Motion's announced its next operating platform for the BlackBerry, BBX, which it hopes will help it fight off competition from Apple and Android - and perhaps distract attention from last week's massive service outage.
Research in Motion is trying to make good after last week's Blackberry outage gave yet another sting to the fledgling smartphone brand.
Research In Motion says it's got most non-North American users back online in Europe, although many are still having trouble with web access.