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Research In Motion is no more: "We are BlackBerry"

The company formerly known as Research In Motion will take on the more recognisable name of its product range and be known as BlackBerry going forward.

By January 30, 2013


Research In Motion hit with patent lawsuit by NXP

NXP alleges that BlackBerrys and Playbook infringe upon technology related to design, data transmission, and other features.

By April 3, 2012


Research In Motion hits a snag

This week's BlackBerry outage puts the spotlight directly on the parent company, Research In Motion, better known as RIM. While the company had initial success with the BlackBerry more than a decade ago, experts say RIM is going through a bit of an identity crisis. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.

October 12, 2011


Researchers in motion--as they move to RIM rival

BlackBerry maker and PlayBook hopeful Research In Motion has recently seen at least five members of its enterprise sales force defect to Apple, a report says.

By November 25, 2010


Research In Motion tempers earnings estimates

The BlackBerry maker said that it would come in at the low end of its earnings estimates despite strong subscriber growth.

By February 11, 2009


Should Microsoft buy Research In Motion?

A Reuters analysis makes the case that a deal could make sense, thanks to the drop in RIM's shares. CNET News' Ina Fried doesn't buy it.

By October 10, 2008


Research In Motion unveils BlackBerry updates

RIM announces a series of updates for its BlackBerry platform.

By January 23, 2008


Why Research In Motion won't blink

In patent dispute with NTP, the "only thing that matters" right now is a court's judgment about the patents, says co-CEO Jim Balsillie.

By June 23, 2005


Research In Motion boosts public offering

The BlackBerry device and service company says it will sell 10.5 million shares to the public, instead of the previously announced 9 million shares.

By January 15, 2004


Research In Motion climbs after earnings report

The wireless handheld maker's stock is up more than 40 percent in trading after the company blew past Wall Street expectations.

By December 23, 2003