BlackBerry Loses 1M Users Over 3 Months As Apple, Google Gain GroundResearch In Motion’s stock plunged in after-hours trading Thursday after the BlackBerry maker said it plans to change the way it charges fees.
Tech Watch: Apple And Samsung Dominate Smartphone MarketCNET Editor-at-Large Brian Cooley looks at why Apple and Samsung accounted for 95 percent of profits in the fourth quarter for the smartphone market.
Struggling BlackBerry To Focus On Business CustomersBlackBerry maker Research in Motion said it had a net loss in the latest quarter because of writedowns for the declining value of its brand and its PlayBook tablet inventory.
California AG, Mobile App Stores Reach Agreement To Protect PrivacySix companies have agreed to improve privacy protections for consumers who access the Internet through mobile apps
Tech Watch: Changes Ahead For BlackBerry MakerCNET Editor at Large Brian Cooley said Research in Motion CEO Thorsten Heins must quickly make changes to get the company back on track.
Tech Report: RIM To Roll Out New BlackBerry Operating SystemResearch In Motion announced Tuesday it would soon release a new operating system.
International BlackBerry Outage Spreads To Bay AreaThe BlackBerry outage that began on Monday started out as an inconvenience. Three days and five continents later, it's a disaster that has hit the Bay Area.
Tech Watch: Blackberry Updates Coming SoonResearch in Motion is revamping its smartphones with plans to introduce the Android OS to its Blackberry line next year.
Tech Report: BlackBerry Messenger Plays Role In England RiotsThe texts sent via BlackBerry Messenger that have that helped rioters organize on the streets of London and other cities across England since the weekend pose a challenge for law enforcement.
Apple Juggernaut Sends Ripples Through Tech WorldConsumer technology companies reporting financial results this week are looking like rowboats bobbing in the wake of Apple Inc.'s supertanker.
BlackBerry Maker Offers Tablet Aimed At BusinessesThe company that gave us the BlackBerry - still the dominant phone in corporate circles - thinks its business customers will have room in their briefcases for at least one more device: the PlayBook.