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We'd like to introduce you to a new feature we'll be having here on N4BB, and it's one you're all familiar with: #TBT, or...

Today at the Annual General Meeting for shareholders, it was voted to move away from Research In Motion Limited. Two thirds of the common shares...

BlackBerry, formerly known as Research In Motion, is once again getting pulled into an alleged patent infringement case. Handal & Associates on behalf of its...

During the BlackBerry 10 launch event it was announced that Research In Motion would be formally changed to BlackBerry. Things have begun to be...

Today during the BlackBerry 10 launch event, Research In Motion has announced they will now be known just as "BlackBerry".  The move makes perfect...

Research In Motion was in a dire time. The stock was tumbling and it seemed like there was no clear way out of spiraling...

RIM’s New Multiplatform Enterprise Mobility Management Solution Makes Mobility Easy for BusinessesWaterloo, ON – Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) today announced...

It's no mystery that BlackBerry 10 is gaining lots of traction. Developer and partner excitement continues to grow for BlackBerry 10.“Over the past few...

Research In Motion's last earnings report beat the street, which prompted their stock to shoot up to $15.50 in after hours on December 20th. However,...

We previously saw Forbes list their 5 ways BlackBerry 10 will beat the iPhone. Seeking Alpha is now putting forth their 10 reasons BlackBerry 10 will...

Research In Motion won't solely have the BlackBerry 10 excitement at the launch events scattered around the world. No, they plan to keep the...

As apart of the $1 Billion savings plan, Research In Motion has begun to layoff more employees in the projected 5,000 job cut. The...

You might have noticed that all BlackBerry Facebook pages have come under one roof. There are over 27 different region pages now interconnected via...

Back in August, there were rumors that RIM was trying to unload some parts of the company. One of those being the cloud services...