BlackBerry’s John Chen on What He Is Doing to Shake Up the Phone Maker

In an op-ed for CNBC, Chen insists he is making the needed changes to allow BlackBerry to survive and return to profitability.

RIM Aims for Reinvention With BlackBerry 10 Launch

To say it’s a big day for RIM would be an understatement. AllThingsD has live coverage of the New York launch event.

RIM CEO: “We’re Not Sleeping Much”

“I think we have a clear shot at being the No. 3 mobile ecosystem in the world,” Research In Motion chief Thorsten Heins told reporters on Tuesday.

RIM’s Heins: Anyone Interested in Licensing BlackBerry 10? Anyone? Bueller?

“The platform can be licensed.”

RIM: “It’s Going to Be an Absolute Gong Show for the Next Few Quarters”

More dour predictions from Wall Street analysts following RIM. Over the past year, they have become the Greek chorus in the company’s rapidly unfolding mobile market tragedy.

RIM Exec: Developers Like Us Just Fine, Thanks

Speaking at Mobile World Congress, the BlackBerry maker tries to tout its relations with developers amid that concerns programmers are turning their attention elsewhere.

RIM Off 10 Percent as Even the Most Patient Investors Lose Patience

Things go from bad to worse as analysts rush to the thesaurus to find synonyms for sell.

RIM Delays First QNX-based BlackBerry Devices to Late 2012

The Canadian smartphone maker blamed the delay in part on the fact that it is opting for a chipset that won’t be ready until the middle of next year.

Cooperman on RIM: “We’re Hoping They’ve Seen the Worst”

Why did Omega invest in RIM? Leon Cooperman explains.

Market Already Bored by BlackBerry 7?

RIM: I Want to Believe

Will RIM Not Disappoint Again This Quarter?

Dell Chipper About Tablet OS Options

2020: Still the Year of the iPad