The Globe and Mail just posted the following opinion editorial written by Research In Motion’s CEO Thorsten Heins. This is a very awesome read if you ask me. Don’t count BlackBerry out. In recent weeks, it’s become fashionable for pundits and market watchers to alternately eulogize Research In Motion as a fallen pioneer and demonize […]
Mobile Link Last month Twimbow announced support for the BlackBerry 10 platform, Now Mr. Luca Filigheddu Twimbow’s CEO (Twimbow, TechGenial, Sitòfono) let the world know via his Tumbler blog and on Twitter @Filos that he is joining RIM’s developer relations team!
T-Mobile CEO Philipp Humm announced their plans for 4G LTE service, which will be available in 2013. T-Mobile will be investing approximately $4 Billion for “network modernization” and “4G evolution effort.” This also includes hiring more people (around 1000!) Hit the break for the full press release
7th February 2012 - Thorsten Heins, President & CEO, Research In Motion (RIM), today opened the BlackBerry® DevCon Europe conference in Amsterdam. Admission to DevCon Europe 2012 is sold out with more than 2,000 attendees expected from across Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA) and beyond. Delegates at the two-day event will learn how to leverage the strength […]
@asaunders took to Twitter a couple hours ago to show off RIM’s CEO Thorsten Heins rehearsing at #bbdevcon. We thought this was just to great not to post!
In the two days before Mike Lazaridis stepped down as CEO, he purchased a total of 3.9 Million stock in RIM. With the value of the stock currently at $15.90, that’s just about $50 Million.
RIM’s New CEO Thinks A Security Flaw In The Enterprise Market Will Have People Coming Back To Blackberry
Thorsten Heins, the new CEO of RIM is going to to get interviewed a lot since he is taking on such huge task. He spoke to the New York Times about how the Iphone and Android devices are not want companies want because their device security is flawed. In the last few years Blackberry has […]
On a conference call this morning new CEO Thorsten Heins stated that he has no plans to split RIM into separate services, devices and services will coincide as they always have with the Blackberry Platform.
RIM set up a conference call this morning to talk about their new CEO Thorsten Heins and his role in the company. Along with Thorsten Heins on the call was RIM’s new chairman Barbara Stymies on the call. Hit the break for the Q&A!
We just told you about Research In Motion new president and CEO Mr. Thorsten Heins, RIM has release the following video introducing Mr. Thorsten Hein to the world! Hit the break to check out the video!
RIM sent out an email to us letting us know Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie have implement the succession plan they previously submitted to the Board. This means Mike Lazaridis will be come the Vice Chair of the Board, and Jim Balsillie will remain a Director. Research In Motion Names Thorsten Heins President and CEO […]
I think Vic Alboini really wants RIM to sell their handset business. He has already talked about RIM on several different occasions just this year alone.
Andrew Cobham, CEO of RIM Indonesia, will be charged in connection to the stampede at the Bold 9790 event. Cobham has not been detained at this time. Investigator Budi Irawan said “The suspect has been banned from travelling overseas. He must go through the legal process here.”
I paraphrased that title. Specifically Jaguar Financial Corporation sent out a press release today addressing the Directors of RIM “to establish and carry out a formal process for the maximization of shareholder value. This value maximization process would include the pursuit of all options including a potential sale of the Company or a monetization of […]
For those of you that are not familiar with the cellular carrier situation in Canada, there are the big three (Rogers, Bell and TELUS) and then there are the other guys like WIND, Mobilicity, etc. Due to the way in which spectrum has been hoarded in Canada the smaller carrier are pretty much all AWS, […]
While this isn’t exactly BlackBerry news per say, this will prove to be very important to the tech community as a whole. Steve Jobs the man that led Apple out of the dark days of the early 90′s to what it is today has resigned as the CEO of the company. There is no doubt that Jobs’ influence and visions […]
Apparently the list writer for the DailyFinance article is not a Blackberry fanboy. Research In Motion is probably on nearly everybody’s list of companies in need of a new CEO. Jim Balsillie has been co-CEO since 1992; Mike Lazaridis shares the top job with him. RIM has received as much press coverage as