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In Australia, Companies Flee BlackBerry for iPhone – Wall Street Journal (blog)


Wall Street Journal (blog)

In Australia, Companies Flee BlackBerry for iPhone
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Gavin Lower. The woes for BlackBerry maker Research In Motion are now spreading Down Under with Australia's flag carrier Qantas Airways dropping the company's once dominant handset in favor of Apple's iPhone. Qantas will replace 1300 BlackBerrys
RIM Updates BlackBerry 10 Developer ToolkitsMarketWatch (press release)
RIM updates developer tools ahead of BlackBerry 10 launchReuters
RIM BlackBerry Curve 9310 (Verizon Wireless)PC Magazine
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Opening Blackberry Messenger To Other Platforms – A Way Out For Research In … – Seeking Alpha


The Guardian

Opening Blackberry Messenger To Other Platforms – A Way Out For Research In
Seeking Alpha
There is no dearth of news articles and op-eds that continue to dismiss Research in Motion (RIMM) as a dead company that needs to be eulogized every hour of every day. While that is probably true, and the end of the company may not be too far away
BlackBerry maker RIM faces fresh blow as Qantas staff demand iPhonesThe Guardian
Australia's Qantas Airways drops Blackberrys for iPhonesReuters
BlackBerry-maker RIM BB10 keyboard knows what you're going to write next Toronto Star
Proactive Investors USA & Canada –Sydney Morning Herald
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RIM Loses Patent Suit over Software – CIO Today


CIO Today

RIM Loses Patent Suit over Software
CIO Today
Research In Motion, the BlackBerry device maker seeking a comeback after falling behind Apple and Google in the smartphone market, has been found liable for $147.2 million in damages for infringing patents held by Mformation Technologies. Mformation
Jury Slams BlackBerry Maker for $147 MillionCourthouse News Service
BlackBerry 10 developer talks BB10, RIM and the futureKnow Your Mobile
BlackBerry parental controls kick inMoneyweb.co.za
Business Insider –Manufacturing.net –Wireless Week
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BlackBerry Maker RIM Hit With $147.2M Patent Judgment – Manufacturing.net


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BlackBerry Says Small Biz Should Have the Same Tools as Big Biz – Business Insider


USA TODAY

BlackBerry Says Small Biz Should Have the Same Tools as Big Biz
Business Insider
As one of the earliest providers of mobile technology in North America, BlackBerry has become k…
Blackberry maker RIM loses patent suit over softwareFox News

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Saving BlackBerry from its ‘deathbed’ – Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

Saving BlackBerry from its 'deathbed'
Telegraph.co.uk
Lying 60 miles west of Toronto, the town of Waterloo is where RIM was founded by the then university student, Mike Lazaridis, in 1984. Its HQ is a marker of the company's success in inventing – and for almost a decade dominating – the lucrative
RIM: BlackBerry 10 developer support on the riseSlashGear
RIM Objects to Survey Showing Weak BlackBerry Developer OutlookWall Street Journal (blog)
Developer interest in BlackBerry OS at all time lowZDNet (blog)
eWeek –DailyFinance –Bloomberg
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Developer interest in BlackBerry OS at all time low – ZDNet (blog)


GigaOM

Developer interest in BlackBerry OS at all time low
ZDNet (blog)
Summary: UPDATE: As RIM continues to implode, developers are apparently fleeing from the scene. RIM responds.
More bad news: Developers are giving up on BlackBerry, tooBGR
Developers are abandoning BlackBerry 10, survey saysVentureBeat
RIM Is Bleeding DevelopersAll Things Digital
IntoMobile –Minyanville.com –GigaOM
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BlackBerry tweet backfires on Research in Motion – Los Angeles Times


Washington Times

BlackBerry tweet backfires on Research in Motion
Los Angeles Times
Research in Motion can't catch a break. A tweet sent out Wednesday meant to promote its BlackBerry brand has backfired on the Canadian company, with many people using the tweet to bash RIM's phones.
RIM Tries to Reassure Investors at Annual MeetingBusinessweek
BlackBerry eschews China for security reasonsWashington Times
RPT-RIM's Australian chief leaves BlackBerry makerReuters
DailyFinance –Fiercemobilecontent –Economic Times
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RIM’s Australian chief leaves BlackBerry maker – Reuters


CBC.ca

RIM's Australian chief leaves BlackBerry maker
Reuters
TORONTO (Reuters) – The head of Research In Motion Ltd's Australian and New Zealand operations has stepped down just months after being promoted to the job, becoming the latest senior executive to depart.
RIM's secret weapon? 80M 'very loyal' customersCNET (blog)
Maker of slumping Blackberry faces restive shareholdersThe Seattle Times
CEO vows to turn RIM into "lean, mean machine"Chicago Tribune
Businessweek –Digital Spy –Boston Herald
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BlackBerry maker’s CEO: We’ll be a ‘lean, mean’ machine – msnbc.com (blog)


msnbc.com (blog)

BlackBerry maker's CEO: We'll be a 'lean, mean' machine
msnbc.com (blog)
Research In Motion Ltd's new CEO vowed on Tuesday to turn around the embattled company with a successful launch of its next-generation BlackBerrys next year, telling shareholders he would transform RIM into a "lean, mean, hunting machine." Thorsten
RIM faces angry investors; searches for new boardCNET (blog)
RIM exec: New BlackBerrys will impressUSA TODAY
Delayed BlackBerry 10 smartphones adding video chat, CEO saysComputerworld
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BlackBerry’s Latest Delay Could Lead to Lawsuits – New York Times


New York Times

BlackBerry's Latest Delay Could Lead to Lawsuits
New York Times
Several securities law experts say the delay in the BlackBerry 10, and overly optimistic remarks by Research in Motion's chief executive, may make the company a target of shareholder lawsuits.
BlackBerry-maker RIM's customers preparing for the worstToronto Star
BlackBerry App World Store Passes 3 Billion Downloads: RIMeWeek
BlackBerry customers devise back-up plans in case RIM goes out of businessWashington Post
CNET –PCWorld (blog) –PC Magazine
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RIM’s BlackBerry App World Tops Three Billion Downloads – All Things Digital


All Things Digital

RIM's BlackBerry App World Tops Three Billion Downloads
All Things Digital
Some good news for Research In Motion amid the unceasing torrent of bad. BlackBerry App World, the company's answer to Apple's iTunes App Store and Google Play has reached a milestone worth celebrating: It's served up 3 billion downloads since its
Research In Motion Blows Past Three Billion BlackBerry App DownloadsHot Hardware
BlackBerry App World hits three billion downloadsTechRadar UK
Let's hear it for BlackBerry App World – store hits three billion downloads Digitaltrends.com
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