Research in Motion

People walk on the sidewalk at the Blackberry campus in Waterloo

In a bid to save itself, BlackBerry to stop making BlackBerrys

The end of physical-phone manufacturing seems like doomsday for the Waterloo, Ont. company—but it may just pay off
Trashed Blackberry phones sit in a bucket during the NBC Today Show in New York

BlackBerry blow-up: How a leadership rift ripped RIM apart

An excerpt of ’Losing the Signal: The Spectacular Rise and Fall of BlackBerry,’ on the fatal division between Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie
Thorsten Heins

The future of BlackBerry

Who will be willing to buy BlackBerry now?
BlackBerry 10 unveiled

What the investor shorting strategy could mean for BlackBerry

Tamsin McMahon on speculation about BlackBerry stock
BlackBerry 10 unveiled

BlackBerry 10: Is the honeymoon over?

Despite positive reviews, analysts adjust forecasts after delayed U.S. launch
BlackBerry 10 unveiled

Top 5 ’Top Five’ lists about the new Blackberry 10

One involves bikinis, tattoos and paper cranes
A woman uses her mobile phone at the Blackberry World Event in Orlando

RIM fanboys and football fans: not so different

What inspires such fierce brand loyalty? Peter Nowak asks a timely question
Thorsten Heins

Does the BlackBerry 10 launch even matter?

RIM’s real interests – and future – lay elsewhere
A woman uses her mobile phone at the Blackberry World Event in Orlando

Could this be RIM’s Lazarus moment?

It might seem preposterous that RIM could stop making BlackBerrys and still survive, but there is a big, blue precedent for the move