RIM has been struggling over the last couple of years, and now according to a recent report by the Sunday Times, RIM is considering selling off it mobile phone business.
According to the report RIM is thinking about splitting its company, by selling of its BlackBerry mobile phone business, but keeping its messaging and data network, including BIS, BES and BBM.
This was something that RIM’s former co-CEO Jim Balsillie was considering before he left RIM, although none of this has yet been confirmed by RIM, and there are no details on where this information came from.
RIM certainly need to do something, considering they once were a company that sold some of the world’s most popular mobile phones and smartphones, they have been unable to compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung and their latest smartphones.
Source The VergeFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News, Top News