TORONTO (Reuters) – It might seem like corporate heresy but an increasing number of technology investors and experts are asking whether Research in Motion needs to ditch its BlackBerry handset business to survive. The idea that is gaining favor, albeit only among a minority of shareholders, would see the Canadian company fully open its secure and highly respected network to rival smartphone providers and concentrate on that business while getting out of the hardware game altogether through a sale. …

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Maybe we might see blackberry run windows or the andriod OS somewhere down the pipeline? Never was a fan of the blackberry but throw the andriod os on it my ears perk up. It might seem like corporate heresy but an increasing number of technology investors and experts are asking whether Research in Motion needs to ditch its BlackBerry handset business to survive. Law firms in the United States and Canada are exploring possible consumer lawsuits against Research In Motion Ltd for last week's BlackBerry outages, which for three days crippled email and RPT-ANALYSIS-RIM could face lawsuits for RPT-ANALYSIS-RIM face lawsuits for BlackBerry problems. Reuters Staff. 7 Min Read (Repeats analysis first released late on Oct. 19) * U.S., Canadian class-action firms investigating outage Tags: analysis, could, face, lawsuits, TORONTO (Reuters) - For the next year or two, Research In Motion Ltd RIM.TO RIMM.O is as much about preserving cash as about selling BlackBerrys. It’s very depends on it. The company Consumer lawyers say they are looking at whether customers have common claims against the BlackBerry manufacturer and might be able to band together in a single lawsuit. McLaren letter. McLaren was unsure about whether some teams had gone as far as some trick technology - so wrote to the FIA to ask for clarification about a double chambered rim.

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