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Research In Motion Ltd. said on Wednesday that it was on track to launch its new BlackBerry 10 smartphone early next year, and that more than 50 carriers are currently lab testing the new platform.
Research In Motion Ltd. grew its subscriber base from 78 million to 80 million during the recent quarter, said chief executive Thorsten Heins on Tuesday during the BlackBerry 10 Jam conference in San Jose, California.
Those companies looking to pick up a few pieces of RIM’s business or patents have found themselves in a buyer’s market, so to speak.
Shares of Research In Motion Ltd.’s (RIM) stock jumped on Wednesday after a prominent analyst said the company might seek to license its new operating system to Samsung Electronics Co.
Never one to give up, RIM has launched a new update to their PlayBook tablet. The new PlayBook will feature 4G LTE support, marking the first time their tablets have offered cellular connectivity.
Research in Motion Ltd.’s new chief executive acknowledged his company’s challenges on Tuesday, but said the next-generation of BlackBerry devices would reverse RIM’s direction and revitalize its future prospects.
Research in Motion is denying published reports that officials there are considering splitting the business in two, separating the manufacturing division from its messaging network.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion has lost much of its market share in recent years to the Android and iOS platforms. Along the way employees and executives alike have lost their jobs. But the biggest loss of all for BlackBerry users may be the physical keyboard.
Canada-based Research In Motion Ltd (RIM) faces a shaky future as it undergoes a major global restructuring that includes the elimination of thousands of jobs worldwide.
Research in Motion Ltd. (RIM) is offering developers a guaranteed $10,000 cash payment for any app the company certifies for its Blackberry 10 handset.
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