RIM CEO, Thorsten Heins, at BlackBerry DevCon Europe 2012
The news from Research In Motion just gets worse and worse. The maker of BlackBerry phones once dominated the smartphone market. But the rise of Apple's iPhone and a series of missteps have led the company into a period of turmoil, causing co-founders to head for the exit as the stock price plummeted more than 94% in the past four years.
RIM is reportedly working on a more iPhone-like BlackBerry, as well as a tablet to compete with the iPad, in an effort to prevent losing any more market share to Apple. Apple - iPhone - Smartphone - Research In Motion - Android Read Post
Research in Motion, the makers of the BlackBerry, has posted even lower earnings than analysts expected. The company continues to struggle in an industry increasingly dominated by Apple products like the iPhone and iPad. RIM’s answe... Read Post