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RIM's Q4 profits, revenue exceeds expectations

Research In Motion's fiscal fourth quarter earnings and revenue exceeded expectations, and the company added 3.9 million BlackBerry accounts during the quarter. The BlackBerry maker had profits of

Photos: Day 1 Keynote with Verizon, RIM, and T-Mobile

Check out our photos from Day 1's keynote speakers.

Skype launching app for iPhone, BlackBerry users

Skype will launch its VoIP application for Apple's iPhone on Tuesday, and will debut a similar application for some of Research In Motion's BlackBerry devices in May. The Skype for iPhone

AT&T offering free refurbished BlackBerry Bolds

AT&T Mobility had started selling refurbished versions of Research In Motion's BlackBerry Bold for free with a two-year contract in an exclusive online deal. The decision is the latest move by

RIM to unveil BlackBerry App World at CTIA

According to reports, Research In Motion will launch its BlackBerry App World application storefront April 1 at the 2009 International CTIA Wireless conference in Las Vegas. RIM co-CEO Mike

Certicom approves acquisition by RIM

Certicom said that its shareholders had agreed to be acquired by Research In Motion in a $2.44-per-share offer, a move that brings to an end a months-long pursuit of Certicom's cell phone security

Report: Nokia's smartphone market share dropping

Nokia is losing its smartphone market share while smaller competitors such as Research In Motion, Apple and HTC have been gaining share in the fast-growing segment, according to new research from

MetroPCS takes on Boost, debuts BlackBerry

MetroPCS introduced new flat-rate plans to coincide with its launch of Research In Motion's BlackBerry Curve 8330, the first smartphone in the flat-rate carrier's lineup. This move puts MetroPCS in

BlackBerry Bold is a hot seller in Japan--literally

It's out of the frying pan and into the fire for the BlackBerry Bold. The Research In Motion-made device has been pulled from the shelves in Japan by NTT DoCoMo because of concerns that it is

Motorola sells mobile email business to Visto

Motorola has sold its mobile email business subsidiary Good Technology to messaging services company Visto two years after the handset maker purchased Good for around $500 million. Visto, whose