Overall, Monday was a good day for technology stocks, with the CNET Tech Index and Nasdaq up around 4 percent. Research In Motion was the exception.
Baggage begone? CEO Thorsten Heins says the company's customers use BlackBerrys and its employees work for BlackBerry. So there.
CNET has learned that the full-keyboard version of the BlackBerry 10 smartphone will come shortly after the touch-screen version.
BlackBerry maker's third-quarter results beat Wall Street estimates, demonstrating that it's still a big player in the smartphone market.
The outage seems to be hitting all BlackBerry users who rely on RIM's Internet-based e-mail service instead of corporate servers, regardless of carrier.
The BlackBerry maker's shares drop 19 percent on the day following news of a disappointing fiscal first quarter that saw the company lose $518 million.
The BlackBerry maker reported better-than-expected results, yet the stock is down today. What gives?
Yes, it's more bad news for Research in Motion, as sales of its aging BlackBerry lineup continue to erode and new smartphone products remain months away. And now it may finally be looking to sell itself, too.
The media corporation and the social-networking site for professionals don't belong together. It doesn't make financial sense.
Where to start on RIM? First the bad news. And then more bad news.