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Pirates Have Been Reselling Android Apps On The BlackBerry Store

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The five remaining BlackBerry users are about to get some very bad news about the app store.

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Blackberry Has Officially Reached The Desperation Point With Weird ‘Keep On Lovin’ You’ Video

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Anyone who has owned a Blackberry recently knows that it is utterly f*cked. Now it appears that desperation is truly beginning to set in.

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Some Stores Have Literally Stopped Selling BlackBerry Devices

Fewer and fewer BlackBerries are getting plucked. RIM, on the other hand, might be pretty much plucked over.

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7.23 The Cooler

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Faren Kodak Loses Patent Case Against Apple, RIM [All Things Digital] Spotify Marks Its First Anniversary In The US With 13 Billion Listens [Engadget] Joan Rivers Clowns Kim Kardashian’s Black Men Fetish [The Urban Daily] Frank Ocean: The Only Band That Matters [SF Weekly] Liberties: White People, Rap & Phil Collins [Gwarizm] Who Has The Best Backcourt In The NBA.

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RIM Takes A $147 Million Kick to the Ribs

RIM has not been having a good year, and it officially just got worse as a judge has decided that RIM's BlackBerry Enterprise Server software infringed on a patent held by Mformation, a company specializing in mobile device management.

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BlackBerry Is Officially Dead Meat

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You might hear a vast sucking sound, to the North.

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RIM Eats $500 Million Thanks To a Bad PlayBook

We recently predicted that RIM wouldn't make it to the end of 2012, and frankly, since then, they haven't done much to argue otherwise.

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Five Tech Brands That Probably Aren’t Going to Make It to 2013

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Technology is a business that moves at warp speed.

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BlackBerry CEO Apologizes For Service Going Down, Remaining Loyal Crackberry Users Jonesing

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Been on the fence about getting an iPhone, what with it now available on two networks that don't wildly suck.

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Has BlackBerry Given Up?

Ever since Apple dived into the mobile market like a drunken brawler, with Google following soon after with a flying kick, the head that's been getting kicked around like a football the most is Research in Motion.


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