Caption This Dumb Picture of RIM's CEO Taking a Picture with a BlackBerry 10 Phone at a Basketball Game

BlackBerry 10 is probably going to come out one day in the future, in the same way that an asteroid the size of Canada will probably hit and destroy Earth one day in the future. But regardless, some way to drum up interest is to... leak pictures of your own CEO using a pre-production BlackBerry 10 smartphone at a basketball game? I guess. Read More >>

BlackBerry 10 Will 'Win' Against iPhone and Android...Says RIM

Boy, I really wonder what they're doing over there in Waterloo. First they're selling off their jets, and now they're saying they're going to 'win' against the iPhone and Android? I would never have guessed the BlackBerry maker was in the stand-up comedy business. But apparently, they're "not here to fight for third or fourth place." Hmm, we'll see about that. Read More >>

9 Reasons Why RIM's CEO Is Totally Delusional

RIM CEO Thorsten Heins is sort of like the captain of the Titanic, except the Titanic was popular and people were sad when it sank. But unlike Captain Edward Smith, Heins is either crazy or a fibber. Or both. Read More >>

The New RIM CEO Is Already Out of Touch

Thorsten Heins, the new BlackBerry boss, is tasked with making cool things that people want and will buy. Will it happen? His recent interview with CrackBerry isn't encouraging. But were we really expecting more the guy who spent the last five years overseeing the waning BlackBerry smartphone portfolio? Read More >>

RIM's New CEO: Too Dull to Convert Me to BlackBerry

Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie are out, and Thorsten Heins is in as their replacement CEO at RIM. To showcase just how dynamic and inspirational he is, the company posted a video of their bold new leader on YouTube. Only, uh, it's probably more likely to send you to sleep than get you buying a BlackBerry. Read More >>

BlackBerry Burst: RIM's Co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie Step Down

RIM's co-CEOs, Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie — aka the keyboard-loving odd couple — are finally realising they're running the BlackBerry into the ground and jumping ship before it's too late. That is, Lazaridis and Balsillie are stepping down at RIM. Done. Gone. Bye bye. The new CEO of RIM will be former COO Thorsten Heins. He has quite the job ahead of him, to say the least. Read More >>


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