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  • RIM drops BBX name over copyright issues

    After a U.S. court placed a temporary ban over copyright infringement allegations Tuesday on the use of the new “BBX” name, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) has abandoned the moniker, opting instead for “BlackBerry 10.”

  • Blackberry maker faulted for copyright infringement

    Blackberry can’t seem to catch a break after its upsetting incident with last week’s international service problem. Research in Motion (RIM), Blackberry’s telecommunication provider, announced at a San Francisco conference this week that it plans to run a new operating system called BBX on its Blackberry devices.

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