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BlackBerry 10 Devices Will Not Be Sold in Japan

BlackBerry confirmed that their new smartphones will not be sold in Japan, justifying previous reports about the company’s hesitation to compete in a market that is currently being dominated by Apple. The Nikkei business daily first reported the development, which was later confirmed by the Canada-based company, which is hoping to regain their lost glory

Lenovo Downplays RIM Acquisition Rumors

Lenovo downplayed the growing speculations that the company is planning to buy Research In Motion as part of their plan to boost their mobile-device business. Lenovo, which is the second-largest manufacturer of personal computers in the world, made headlines last week when Chief Financial Officer Wong Wai Ming said that they are looking at all

Blackberry 10 to Be Tested By 120 Customers From Variety of Industries

Research In Motion announced that 120 selected customers from a variety of industries will begin the beta testing of their brand new Blackberry Enterprise Service 10 and their pre-production Blackberry 10 smartphones. According to RIM’s official announcement, the technical preview program will give selected customers access to their newly-built mobility management solution. The 120 customers

Blackberry 10 Could Be a Flop Just Like the PlayBook, Says Analysts

While Research in Motion is optimistic that their new platform would turn their fortunes around next year, analysts warn consumers to lower their expectations, saying that Blackberry 10 could be another flop just like the company’s Blackberry Playbook. The new Blackberry 10 platform has been well-received by several wireless carriers, but Wall Street still questions

Blackberry 10 Launch Event Set on January 30 in Multiple Countries

After several delays, many have doubted if Research in Motion will really release their Blackberry 10 platform. But all doubts will finally end after the company announced the launch date of their new platform that aims to regain their pace after being overshadowed by other smartphones and android devices. In a blog post, RIM announced

BlackBerry 10 Manages To Secure U.S Security Certification

  Research In Motion today won a critical security certification which will allow it’s upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS based phones to be adopted by government agencies. This can be termed as a potentially ‘life’ saving win for the Canadian telecom equipment maker which is at present struggling to gain relevance in the extremely competitive smartphone