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rim Logo Nokia Wins Patent Case vs. RIM

Nokia has been aggressive defending it's numerous patents lately and the latest company to targeted in this is Research in Motion. What went down in this round of courtroom drama? A Swedish arbitrator ruled RIM could not make or sell phones which can use WiFi networks - using WLAN (wireless local access network systems) without first agreeing royalties with Nokia.

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Blackberry Logo 500x250 Pictures of RIMs first BlackBerry 10 Phone Leaked

Let's be honest it's been a while since BlackBerry has put out a phone that we should get excited about. (and no the Storm and the Torch do not count) Now with the release of the BlackBerry 10 OS and what seems like a renewed zeal for innovation for the first time in a long time I can not wait to see what BlackBerry is bring to the table.

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blackberry 10 logo 602x316 500x262 There is Finally a Launch Event Planned for BlackBerry10

BlackBerry has been working on the BB10 OS for what seems like forever now, with a leak here and leak there but no launch date in site. Until now... Blackberry's President and CEO Thorsten Heins has just sent out a press release stating that BlackBerry 10 will have a worldwide launch party on January 30, 2013 in which all details will be revealed including unveiling of the new Blackberry devices.

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 RIM Still on Track for a 1st Qtr 2013 Launch of BB10

Research In Motion CEO and President Thorsten Heins issued a statement that is great news for all Blackberry fans and mobile enthusiasts in general. In this statement he stated that they still on track to release the BlackBerry 10 OS in the 1st quarter of next year and that they have 50 carriers testing the OS right now.

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Dailymobile rim patent RIM wins case as Mformations patent ruling gets overturned
The law seemed to have known Blackberry manufacturer RIM's woe as it recently overturned a ruling in a patent lawsuit Mformation had filed against RIM. Read More »

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Dailymobile RIM RIM loses its place in top smartphones ranking
Blackberry manufacturer RIM continues to experience bad times. The research group IDC has said that Blackberry sales continued to decline last quarter and thus reached levels that was unseen since 2009. Aside from the Blackberry Playbook, we haven't had any new and newsworthy products from RIM in a while and like Nokia, they failed to update their ageing OS with significant features that would put them on par with Android and iOS. It is quite understandable then that they would end up in this predicament.

And if things couldn't have gotten any worse, the Blackberry 10 devices which would assist their transition was delayed until 2013 further hindering the recovery process. Delayed BB10 launch will mean that RIM would lose valuable holiday sales to rivals. Samsung still retains its place as #1 ahead of Apple.

Nokia with a 6.6% market share takes the third spot and HTC grabs the number 4 spot with a market share of 5.7%.  ZTE Corp takes the 5th spot with a market share of 5.2% as its phones are proving to be popular in China, Latin America and the Caribbean. RIM is still a few cards shot of going bust and if they can make it through the rest of the year's big releases like Windows Phone 8 and the new iPhone 5, they might just prove to be deserving of an alternate option for consumers and operators.

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nokia plan dailymobile What is Nokias plan B?

While things continue to look dire for RIM which once dominated the smartphone market with their Blackberry devices. You also have Nokia, struggling to revive its once golden mobile business. Nokia has gotten a lot of opportunity but failed to fully capitalise on all of them. For instance, their spin on a Linux OS mainly Maemo/Meego could've very well been a hit, but unfortunately, that was axed before becoming fully matured.

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Windows Phone 7 5 500x269 RIM Ditching BB10 Going Windows Phone?

It seems RIM's most recent troubles and greater than anticipated losses last quarter coupled with the expense of making their own in house OS BB10 has them searching for them ways to cut more expenses.

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