• RIM president hails scalability, partners

    CHICAGO -- Security was always the bugaboo that scared enterprises away from wireless data implementations. That changed in 1999, said Research In Motion (RIM) Ltd. president and co-CEO Mike Lazaridis, when his company launched the first iteration of its BlackBerry Enterprise Server, the...

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  • If RIM goes away, what is your mobile platform of choice?

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  • RIM issues fix for BlackBerry vulnerabilities

    A bug in the BlackBerry Mobile Data Service (MDS) Connection Service component can be used to potentially gain network access.

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  • RIM boss lacks tact in the art of fessing up after BlackBerry outage

    Research In Motion president Mike Lazaridis can prepare answers. But is he prepared for Microsoft and Apple?

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  • RIM targets midsized firms with easier-to-use PDA software

    Research In Motion's new BlackBerry Professional Software supports more BlackBerry users and requires less IT expertise than the company's other SMB offerings.

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  • As iPhone passes BlackBerry market share, RIM prepares to counterpunch

    While Apple's iPhone takes second place in the struggle for smartphone dominance, RIM hopes its expanded line of BlackBerrys can help it overtake the surging newcomer.

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  • RIM opens up BlackBerry App World

    After months of anticipation, RIM has opened up its own mobile application storefront, BlackBerry App World. Users in the U.S., U.K. and Canada will have immediate access to the store and almost 1,000 applications from partners like Bloomberg and the New York Times to MTV and popular...

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  • What do you think the future holds for RIM/BlackBerry?

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  • Courts, competition can’t stop RIM’s dominance

    Despite patent fights, lawsuits and growing competition, Research In Motion is maintaining its spot atop the enterprise mobile messaging market. But with its troubles far from over, an analyst offers advice for customers, and a user tells why dumping RIM wouldn't be worth it.

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  • RIM makes hostile takeover bid for encryption vendor Certicom

    BlackBerry maker RIM is looking to gain more control over the security components of its platform by launching a hostile takeover of Certicom, a vendor of encryption technology for the BlackBerry and many other mobile platforms.

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