The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will replace its stock of BlackBerry devices with Apple’s iPhone 5.
New data suggests RIM holds a tenuous third place in the smartphone market, placing more pressure than ever on BlackBerry 10 to prove a success.
BlackBerry 10 is now FIPS 140-2 certified, but analysts continue to debate the platform’s potential for success.
Android’s share of the smartphone market has hit 75 percent, according to IDC.
RIM could launch its next-generation BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system in March 2013, predicts analyst Peter Misek.
Yahoo decided to exclude BlackBerry from the list of potential employee smartphones. That illustrates Research In Motion’s current troubles.
IBM has reportedly bid for RIM’s enterprise services business and its secured servers.
Bad news is coming for thousands of mobile-company workers as Research in Motion and Google’s Motorola Mobility both prepare for …
IBM is interested in Research In Motion’s enterprise-services unit, which offers secure service to BlackBerry units, according to Bloomberg.
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins told a British newspaper that the BlackBerry platform can survive in a competitive smartphone landscape.