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Things a bit thorny for BlackBerry maker

Research In Motion suffers a couple of scrapes as an analyst cuts his outlook and an upstart rival fires the first shot in a patent struggle.

Research In Motion, the company behind the market-leading BlackBerry handheld e-mail device, suffers a couple of scrapes: A financial analyst cuts his outlook, citing infrastructure delays, and an upstart rival fires the first shot in a patent struggle. Analyst: New BlackBerries not yet ripe
A financial analyst cuts his outlook for Research In Motion, saying the company will take a hit as wireless carriers delay rolling out the next-generation of its handheld.
May 28, 2002 
Start-up looking to beat RIM to the punch
Good Technology's lawsuit against Research In Motion is a pre-emptive strike designed to give the upstart an advantage in an anticipated patent struggle, lawyers say.
May 28, 2002 

previous coverage
Handheld start-up sues RIM
Good Technology files a pre-emptive lawsuit against BlackBerry maker Research In Motion that seeks protection against patent infringement claims.
May 28, 2002 
BlackBerry maker struggling to blossom
Research In Motion's BlackBerry device is so addictive to some, it's become known as the CrackBerry. But RIM just can't seem to capitalize on all the attention.
May 9, 2002