WATERLOO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – May 21, 2015) – BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSX:BB), a world leader in mobile communications, today announced that its Board of Directors has authorized a share repurchase program to purchase for cancellation up to 12 million BlackBerry common shares, or approximately 2.6% of the outstanding public float. BlackBerry can purchase the common shares over […]
Forbes has posted an article informing about the changes in brand awareness with in the past year. Fortunately BlackBerry has been on the rise since January. According to BrandIndex BlackBerry has increased from 6% in mid January to 21% in February, on the contrary Apple has been falling back in terms of the likelihood that consumer will purchase products […]
Smashing Apps Studioz has released a Vimeo Player for PlayBook and subsequently BB10. RIM is working hard to garner a weatlh of applications for launch and this is no exception. Those who tire of Youtube (and the countless ads) can purchase this app and gain access to video viewing and sharing platform.
With all the news coming about from BlackBerry 10, not much has been given to what native applications maybe up and coming. RIM however has registered quite a few new domains Flick, Flow, Hub, Keyboard, Newsstand, Peek, PlayOn, Remember, Story Maker, Time Shift, BBM Video, BBM Voice, and Voice Control. Are these new applications coming […]
BlackberrySpin.com was just bought by RIM. The domain had expired and RIM decided to buy it. So what does that mean? Could be nothing, but it also could be the name of a Blackberry 10 phone.
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.
Prem Watsa who is already a Board Member at RIM and the CEO of Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd ( and other companies) just purchased 6,499,500 shares of RIM on Wednesday and an additional 7,550,700 on Thursday. This is great news considering the CEO shake up of earlier this week.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that both Microsoft and Nokia had an interest in possibly acquiring RIM, according to insiders.