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While in #NewYork I talked to locals about their smartphones ahead of the #BlackBerry launch. Here's the video...

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After numerous delays that cast doubt on whether a new BlackBerry would ever see the light of day, Canada's smartphone pioneer revealed its new phones Wednesday — products it hopes will revitalize its competitive edge. Read more:

A brand strategy adviser hired by Research In Motion at the peak of the company’s success says the BlackBerry maker was locked in an identity crisis that left it struggling to map out its future. (...more)

Research In Motion delivered a shopping list of bad news Thursday as the BlackBerry-maker delayed its new operating system and smartphones until next year, announced it will cut a third of its workforce and posted dismal earnings results. (...more)

Even though it posted another round of losses and weakened revenue, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion delivered a surprisingly positive second-quarter earnings report on Thursday that wasn’t as bad as many analysts expected. (...more)

After several months of technical setbacks, layoffs and an eroding market share, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion could get a mild reprieve from its compounding troubles on Thursday when it issues its second-quarter financial report. (...more)

Another chapter in the Research In Motion drama will begin Thursday as the company releases its first-quarter earnings results, which are widely expected to show more problems ahead for the BlackBerry maker. (...more)

The chief executive of Research In Motion (TSX:RIM) is giving developers their first glimpse of BlackBerry's new operating system. Thorsten Heins unveiled the BlackBerry 10 OS in its beta version Tuesday at the company's annual conference. (...more)

BlackBerry executives delivered a lengthy list of new announcements this week at the smartphone maker’s annual conference, but the buzz has already shifted to what the company may be still hiding up its sleeve, including the possibility of a small tablet device. Read more: