• Contrite BlackBerry co-CEOs go into damage-control

    Contrite BlackBerry co-CEOs go into damage-control

    Research In Motion's co-CEOs have apologized to millions of BlackBerry customers for a four-day outage that has tarnished RIM's image and set back its drive to catch up with Apple and other smartphone rivals.
  • iPhone/hiPhone

    Apple iPhone, Google Android Increase Market Share

    Apple's iPhone and Google's Android operating system saw their market share continued to rise in the second quarter, according to research firm NPD.
  • Mike Lazaridis, president and co-chief executive officer of Research in Motion, speaks at the RIM Blackberry developers conference in San Francisco

    RIM Layoffs Not Long-Term Solution

    Blackberry maker Research in Motion's plan to lay off 10 percent of the company's workforce shines fresh light on desperation within the company to keep up with fierce smartphone competition eroding market share.
  • RIM co-CEOs settle SEC option backdating charges

    WASHINGTON - Blackberry maker Research in Motion's co-chief executives settled U.S. regulator claims that they illegally backdated millions of stock options over an eight-year period, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Tuesday. RIM Co-CEOs James Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis did not admit to or deny the SEC's allegations. Balsillie agreed to pay $3...