Cooperation has been increasing between the two lately.
The South Korean giant continues to maintain that Apple has infringed on its patents.
The companies could benefit from a search for a third alternative to iOS and Android.
Executive arrogance has been key in the downfall.
But RIM isn't ready to entertain them yet.
But maybe "one day."
Sales forecasts are slashed from 2 million to 800,000.
The reorganization is designed to ramp up and improve execution on delivering chipsets for mobile devices.
AT&T explains the situation with Qualcomm's spectrum.
Clayton's comments are interesting, particularly in light of two recent developments.
Does the iPad have any real competitors?
The decision brings a sense of finality to the fate of webOS.
A trademark dispute means RIM is renaming BBX.
According to John Stephens, AT&T's senior executive vice president and CFO, the company will easily surpass its previous quarterly smartphone sales record.
Is this the future?
Sprint CFO says Sprint's LTE network will be "very competitive to what's out in the marketplace."
Microsoft has indicated it will add LTE support to the platform but has not said when.
Verizon said the transaction is necessary for the carrier to continue meeting customer demands for mobile data.
RIM makes mobile tools that work with iOS and Android.
The report said such a sale would make Leap the fourth-largest wireless carrier in the country.