It’s been a torrid 16+ months for RIM to say the least. The Waterloo, ON-based tech giant has taken its share of blows in 2012, including a huge executive shift (with a new CEO, Thorsten Heins, being appointed at the...
With the BB10 release date seemingly set around January 2013, this raises a major question: can the once loyal BlackBerry customers be brought back after such a lengthy downtime? Considering the average lifespan of a mobile device is around 1.5 years, most will have probably moved on to Android or iOS
There has always been the lingering question if the famed proprietary, secure, and most of all fast, BlackBerry messaging system would ever see the UI of a different OS eco-system. A recent source has recently confirmed that it will not happen, prompting questions over BBM's general relevance with a plethora of free messaging apps currently available on other platforms
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins and his team took advantage of a keynote speech this morning to present a few key features of the make or break BB10 operating system slated for release this fall. Here's what mobile customers can expect
It's no secret that RIM is in a deep hole and seemingly without a plan to dig itself out and back into relevance. Could hiring a Wall Street law firm aid in its restructuring? Mobile expert Corey Herscu analyzes what this partnership could mean for the fledgling company
With the resignation of RIM Co-Founder Jim Balsillie last week, it should come as no surprise that his decision is the focal point of our weekly mobile review. Mobile expert Corey Herscu touches on his announcement and legacy, as well as the future of BlackBerry