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BlackBerrys to talk to Lenovo laptops as they sleep

Lenovo has come up with an idea that is sure to please those who never want to be out of touch--even when they're sleeping or, better yet, when their computers are off. Working in conjunction with

RIM focuses on extra voice features for enterprise workers

For today's mobile worker, a flexible mobile voice system that allows them to make phone calls at work, on the road, and at home, is as important as any data plan. That's why Research in Motion (RIM)

RIM projects lower profits, margins despite subscriber growth

Research In Motion projected margins and earnings for its fiscal fourth quarter at the low end of its previously announced forecast despite predicting stronger subscriber growth. The BlackBerry maker

RIM to pay $75M in fines in backdating case

Research In Motion executives will pay nearly $75 million in fines to settle charges related to the company's past backdating of stock options, making it the largest such settlement paid by

MIDs get the squeeze from smartphones and netbooks

Mobile Internet Devices, once considered the hot new thing for 2009 have a big problem- no market. By Jim Barthold Somewhere along the way to becoming the hot consumer devices of 2009, Mobile

RIM reaches settlement agreement in backdating case

The Ontario Securities Commission held a closed hearing today to consider the terms of a settlement agreement reached with Research In Motion in a case involving the backdating of the company's stock

Report: Dell may launch smartphone next month

Dell will soon enter the smartphone market, perhaps as early as next month, bringing to a head rumors that had been swirling around the computer maker for more than a year, according to a report in

Verizon: 1M BlackBerry Storms sold

Verizon Wireless says it sold 1 million Research In Motion BlackBerry Storm touchscreen devices since it launched Nov. 21. When the carrier announced its forth quarter earnings yesterday there was no

RIM's publicity is priceless; Will it weather the Storm?

Research in Motion executives have to be downright giddy now that President Obama won his battle to keep his BlackBerry. That kind of publicity is worth millions, and RIM is getting it for free. And

VeriSign buys Certicom for $73 Million

Certicom agreed to be acquired by VeriSign less than a week after Research In Motion ended its hostile takeover bid for the company, which specializes in wireless VPN security and encryption. The