Big things are expected from RIM this week. Is it delivering?
Research In Motion (RIM) today kicked off its annual WES BlackBerry conference in Orlando, Fla.
A day before Research In Motion (RIM) kicks off its annual WES 2010 conference, the Canadian OEM has rolled out details on a couple of new devices.
What’s RIM doing to hang onto the enterprise?
Shares in Research In Motion (RIM) were down 5 percent at one point this morning...
Mplayit released its latest mobile app analysis from its cross-platform app store on Facebook...
It looks like BlackBerry users are increasingly dreaming of iPhones and Androids. According to Crowd Science's second semi-annual smartphone loyalty survey.
Amazon.com today introduced "Kindle for BlackBerry," a new application available as a free download from Amazon.com.
Research In Motion's BlackBerry is still the most popular smartphone in the United States, but Apple's iPhone managed to gain a little bit of the market...
A press release from the prepaid carrier today introduces the BlackBerry Curve 8330 on Boost's BlackBerry Monthly Unlimited plan.
Motorola is going after Research In Motion (RIM) with a patent complaint filed Friday with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC).
E-mail messaging delays plagued BlackBerry users in North America for the second time in a week, though by early Wednesday morning the problems appeared to be resolved for some users.
BlackBerry users in North America faced delays in receiving e-mail on their devices Thursday.
Ontela is celebrating a win today with the announcement that the BlackBerry Bold 9700 from T-Mobile USA comes preloaded with Ontela.s camera connection services.
T-Mobile USA says it will offer the BlackBerry Curve through a prepaid offering called T-Mobile Complete.
T-Mobile USA says the BlackBerry Bold 9700 with Wi-Fi calling is now available.
BlackBerry is in trouble, at least according to Avian Research analyst Matthew Thornton.
BlackBerry App World will see carrier billing by 2010.
Research In Motion (RIM) announced the BlackBerry Bold 9700 for 3G GSM networks, namely AT&T and T-Mobile USA in the United States.
There's a second round of Storms coming and this time they're being called (surprise, surprise) the Storm 2.
Research In Motion (RIM) has been fending off competitors in its enterprise segment while trying to tap the consumer market...
IBM announced new subscription-based managed services and support for the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution.
Barnes & Noble yesterday announced the launch of an eBookstore. Customers will be able to buy ebooks and read them on a range of platforms, including the iPhone and iPod touch, BlackBerry smartphones, as well as most Windows and Mac laptops or full-sized desktop computers.