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Crazy About Tablets Is BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins just nuts? Or Today's big quote is from BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins, who's getting widely mocked for what he said yesterday about tablets. Here's Bloomberg s account: In five years I don't think
Story A young man in Lagos, Nigeria, uses a BlackBerry to take a picture of himself at a concert put on by famed Nigerian musician Femi Kuti. The Globe and Mail Research In Motion An attendee at the Blackberry 10 Jam World Tour holds one of the
Research in Motion's Brian Zubert, team lead for developer relations, leads app developers in their lightening pitches. RIM is courting the developer community before the launch of its next-generation BlackBerry 10. The Globe and Mail Gallery
On Tuesday, BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd. held its shareholders meeting during which it asked disgruntled investors for patience as it develops new devices to rival the iPhone and Android smartphones. RIM faces the
A woman uses her mobile phone at the Blackberry World Event in Orlando in this May 1, 2012 file photo. Reuters A for-sale sign sits in front of a Mississauga residential home...Moczulski for The Globe and Mail Market View We understand that the
After Delay, OxyContin's Use in Young Under Study Published: July 6, 2012 To learn how best to prescribe powerful drugs to children, Congress passed a law in the 1990s that rewarded drug makers for conducting clinical studies involving children.
Market View Three people on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange display their Blackberry smartphones, Wednesday, May 30, 2012. But the blackberries at the bottom of the guests' champagne flutes hinted at the evening's rather unlikely Bavarian
During a conference call with analysts last week, Mr Heins conceded he'd be quite happy to chat with anyone interested in buying the iconic Canadian company...Mr Heins also revealed a quarterly net loss of US$125 million, the first in seven years.
RIM's Blackberry strategy may be risky Technology Reporter Blackberry devices were once so widely used they commanded the nickname 'Crackberry' For those listening in to the conference call with Research in Motion (RIM) chief Thorsten Heins, two
RIM-T have dominated the headlines, and much of the focus has been on new chief executive officer Thorsten Heins. But the appointment of Barbara Stymiest as the company's new chairwoman is also significant, putting an independent director with no