Alas, poor BlackBerry, I knew it well. Apologies for quoting Hamlet, but it seems appropriate.
I'd love to see RIM survive, and for BlackBerry to remain as one of the major mobile platforms, but it seems increasingly less likely with each passing quarter.
A delay in the release of BlackBerry 10 gives the competitors of the beleaguered RIM plenty of time to lure away jittery customers.
Report says RIM could be planning to split off its BlackBerry smartphone.
When Research in Motion launches its first Blackberry 10 smartphone later this year, it'll be without a physical keyboard.
The BlackBerry maker is trying to reduce headcount and spending before the end of the fiscal year, in the face of tough competition.
Contract manufacturer Celestica said it would phase out manufacturing services for Research In Motion in the next three to six months.
RIM has reportedly hired a team of bankers to explore options for the sinking company. If you depend on BlackBerry, you need to consider your future.
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