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BlackBerry Maker RIM Loses Key TAT Team Executive – Wall Street Journal (blog)


Wall Street Journal (blog)

BlackBerry Maker RIM Loses Key TAT Team Executive
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Over the last few years, when BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion Ltd. has wanted to keep gloomy news about diminishing market share and a tanking stock at bay, it's called on The Astonishing Tribe. TAT, a small technology firm in Sweden that worked on
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion agrees to hand over its encryption keys to Economic Times
New BlackBerry boss pleads with customers to staySydney Morning Herald
Executive behind RIM's BlackBerry 10 UI jumps shipBGR
The Verge –Hindu Business Line
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BlackBerry Versus iPhone: Why Not Both? – Equities.com


The Droid Guy

BlackBerry Versus iPhone: Why Not Both?
Equities.com
Recently, I saw a woman at a restaurant intensely checking three smart phones—a BlackBerry, an iPhone, and a Droid—and an iPad all laid out on her table. The BlackBerry/iPhone combo is pretty common. The tablet/smart-phone combination is fairly
RIM Promises Loyal Blackberry Customers Getting Sneak Preview of BlackBerry The Droid Guy
Thousands of BlackBerry-Maker RIM Workers Prepare for Pink SlipsChannel Partners
RIM launches BlackBerry Enterprises Server service for enterprises and SMBs in telecomlead.com
e27 –SlashGear –Examiner.com
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10-inch BlackBerry tablet surfaces, but will it ever launch? – CNET (blog)


SlashGear

10-inch BlackBerry tablet surfaces, but will it ever launch?
CNET (blog)
User "vuhai6" on Vietnam-based forum Tinhte has posted several images (Translate) of what is purported to be a 10-inch BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. The device looks to have the same design as its currently available 7-inch counterpart, but according to
10-inch BlackBerry PlayBook gets pictured, will it ever launch?Unwired View
10-inch BlackBerry PlayBook leaks ahead of 2013 debutSlashGear
10-inch BlackBerry PlayBook 4G (Blackforest) could be coming soonGeek
BGR –Engadget –Business Insider
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BlackBerry banks on top ’10’ – The Australian


Caribbean Media Vision

BlackBerry banks on top '10'
The Australian
In its battle to avoid the fate of Kodak, BlackBerry's owner, Research In Motion, is pinning everything on next year when it launches its "10" line of phones. Five years ago, BlackBerry was the must-have brand for executives to receive emails via a
Education app to keep Blackberry youth-relevantEconomic Times
RIM all juice and no berry: Falls off top 5 listKipp Report
Instagram Rivalling Photo Filtering From RIMCaribbean Media Vision

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BlackBerry Curve 3G 9310 Social Messaging Ready – CNET


Business Insider

BlackBerry Curve 3G 9310 Social Messaging Ready
CNET
The good: The BlackBerry Curve 9310 is contract-free, has an excellent keyboard, and great audio quality. The bad: The Curve 9310's camera quality is mediocre, it's missing a lot of key features touted in BlackBerry 7.1, and its sticker price is high
THE RIM DISASTER TIMELINE: BlackBerry's Collapse, As Told By Its AdsBusiness Insider
How would you change BlackBerry 10 to save RIM?PhoneDog (blog)
RIM Marketing Head's Secret Weapon: Current BlackBerry FansNew York Times (blog)
N4BB –Mobile bloom News –Equities.com
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BlackBerry charges ding Celestica 2Q profit – Boston.com


Toronto Star

BlackBerry charges ding Celestica 2Q profit
Boston.com
NEW YORK (AP) — Celestica Inc.'s net income fell 48 percent in the second quarter as it prepares for the end of its relationship with Research In Motion Ltd., for which it had assembled BlackBerry phones. The Canadian company, which makes electronics
Celestica profit falls; to buy company for $70 mlnReuters

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RIM Channels Apple in Blackberry Comeback Bid – Businessweek


Globe and Mail

RIM Channels Apple in Blackberry Comeback Bid
Businessweek
Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM)'s decline has die-hard BlackBerry fans harking back 15 years to the days when another fruit-themed company was losing market share, posting losses and spurring talk of its imminent demise. In 1997, Apple Computer Inc.
New York Times drops BlackBerry appChicago Tribune
NYT dumps BlackBerry appCNET
RIM Boosts BlackBerry Image, As New York Times Kills AppeWeek

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New York Times drops BlackBerry app – Reuters


SlashGear

New York Times drops BlackBerry app
Reuters
(Reuters) – BlackBerry users can no longer use the official New York Times app to read news stories over their devices, in a fresh blow to Research In Motion, the maker of the smartphone once considered an essential tool for business professionals.
New York Times Scraps BlackBerry AppBusinessweek
New York Times pulls the plug on its BlackBerry appSlashGear
New York Times Scraps Its Newspaper App for BlackBerry PhonesSan Francisco Chronicle
CanadianBusiness.com
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RIM Posts Q&A with BlackBerry CIO Robin Bienfait – CIO (blog)


CIO (blog)

RIM Posts Q&A with BlackBerry CIO Robin Bienfait
CIO (blog)
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) this morning posted a conversation, in Q&A format, between the company's CIO Robin Bienfait and its Business Social Media Manager, Luke Reimer. Somewhat surprisingly, Mr. Reimer actually asked some tough
RIM promises BlackBerry 10 sneak-previews to loyal customersSlashGear
Fairfax's Watsa Raises Stake in BlackBerry Maker RIM to Nearly 10%Insurance Journal
RIM Holder Fairfax Doubles Stake in BlackBerry MakerBloomberg
TG Daily –Digital Spy
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RIM Holder Fairfax Doubles Stake in BlackBerry Maker – Bloomberg


Toronto Star

RIM Holder Fairfax Doubles Stake in BlackBerry Maker
Bloomberg
Research In Motion Ltd. (RIMM) shareholder Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. (FFH) almost doubled its stake in the BlackBerry maker, making it RIM's biggest investor and offering a vote of confidence to the ailing Canadian company. Fairfax, an insurer
Prem Watsa Boosts Stake in BlackBerry Maker RIMWall Street Journal
BlackBerrys and BYOD: RIM makes its playComputerworld (blog)
BlackBerry maker insists it's healthy, but customers prepare for worstPhys.Org
Businessweek –Toronto Star
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BlackBerry maker insists it’s healthy, but customers prepare for worst – San Jose Mercury News


BusinessTech

BlackBerry maker insists it's healthy, but customers prepare for worst
San Jose Mercury News
LOS ANGELES — BlackBerry's Research in Motion insists it's not in a "death spiral," but that isn't stopping many companies from preparing — just in case. Most analysts who have been following the Canadian smartphone maker don't think the company will
The Death Of The BlackberryMobile bloom News
How RIM's decline will impact SA usersBusinessTech

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BlackBerry maker insists it’s healthy, but customers prepare for the worst – Los Angeles Times


Wall Street Journal (blog)

BlackBerry maker insists it's healthy, but customers prepare for the worst
Los Angeles Times
BlackBerry's Research in Motion insists it's not in a "death spiral," but that isn't stopping many companies from preparing — just in case. Most analysts who have been following the Canadian smartphone maker don't think the company will go out of
RIM BlackBerry Curve 9310 (Verizon Wireless)PC Magazine
In Australia, Companies Flee BlackBerry for iPhoneWall Street Journal (blog)
How the BlackBerry Died: The Five Mistakes That Killed a Once-Great DeviceNew York Magazine
MarketWatch (press release) –Reuters –SlashGear
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