TORONTO/SEOUL (Reuters) – Research In Motion is not on Samsung Electronics Co’s immediate shopping list, but the ailing Blackberry maker may still be attractive to Asian smartphone makers looking to compete against Google’s Android, the world’s fastest growing mobile platform. Samsung said on Wednesday it has no interest in buying RIM or licensing its operating system, refuting a tech blog report that Canada-based RIM was looking to sell itself to the South Korean technology giant. …


Quoted from Asian firms may eye RIM platform; Samsung denies interest on Gadgets News Headlines – Yahoo! News

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