BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) is working towards launching its BlackBerry 10 (BB10) operating system early next year but there is more to it than what meets the eye. The Canadian smartphone vendor’s German CEO, Thorsten Heins is looking at developing not just an operating system but a platform that could power a car’s navigation, entertainment and gaming devices. However, RIM continues to have a challenge when it comes to having smartphones at multiple price points. (more…)Google...
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“Substantial change is what RIM needs,” said CEO Thorsten Heins while addressing shareholders and analysts to announce the BlackBerry manufacturer’s fiscal year 2012 earnings. RIM posted a loss of $125 million on a revenue of $4.2 billion (down 19 percent from Q3) and saw its smartphone sales dropping a whopping 21 percent from the preceding quarter to 11.1 million units. RIM also announced its former Co-CEO Jim Balsillie, CTO David Yach and COO Jim Rowan would be leaving the company. (more&...
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