Category Archives: Wireless/Research in Motion

Seven Survival Tips for RIM

With all the talk about Research in Motion’s financial and marketshare struggles, many people tend to overlook it is still a wireless behemoth, albeit one with intense and growing competition. That said, it’s far from being a doom and gloom … Continue reading

The Blackberry Torch VIP Event: Interesting

When my mother (aka the person happy to go out every night of the week) comes back from a movie or play that she either doesn’t like or not quite sure what to make of, her go-to description is “Interesting”. … Continue reading

Can RIM Avoid Becoming the Next Nortel?

There was likely a collective sign of relief yesterday after Research in Motion unveiled better-than-expected second-quarter results, apparently due to strong sales of its new BlackBerry Torch. After a slew of bad news that included troubles with governments in the … Continue reading

Are You a Crackberry Addict?

I was at a launch party last night for a friend who’s opening an indoor golf facility in Toronto, and noticed that many people not only had Blackberrys but were checking them on a regular basis as if some urgent … Continue reading

8800 Coming to Canada in Early-March

A little birdie whispered in my ear today that the Blackberry 8800 will be coming to Canada (Rogers Wireless) on March 6. For a sneak peek, check out Engadget Mobile. The 8800 will likely not feature a camera, which will … Continue reading

The Death of the Business Card

Over the weekend, the Globe and Mail has a story about business card was disappearing as “Generation Blackberry’ relies more on electronic data than paper. While the business card may not as much of a corporate staple as it was … Continue reading