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Reuters: UPDATE 1-RIM says Bing to be preferred search, maps app

* RIM giving out 6,000 PlayBooks to conference attendees Full story

Reuters: CANADA STOCKS-TSX's late-day surge overshadows RIM tumble

* Investors mostly sidelined ahead of Monday's election (Adds details) Full story

Reuters: CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends higher as resources overcome RIM drop

* Investors mostly sidelined ahead of Monday's election (Updates to close) Full story

Reuters: UPDATE 3-Storm clouds gather for RIM after profit warning

TORONTO, April 29 (Reuters) - Storm clouds over Research InMotion have darkened with a dismal profitwarning, and the company's shares fell sharply on Friday afterthe company's third jolt of bad news in a month. Full story

Reuters: CANADA STOCKS-TSX lower as RIM dives after cutting outlook

* RIM falls more than 13 percent, biggest decliner (Updates with details, comments) Full story

Reuters: UPDATE 4-RIM cuts Q1 forecasts, stock slumps

* RIM sees Q1 EPS $1.30-$1.37; earlier forecast $1.47-$1.55 Full story

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Reuters: UPDATE 5-RIM launches PlayBook, fans don't play along

Reuters: UPDATE 2-RIM's email-less PlayBook gets tough reviews

Reuters: UPDATE 5-Loss of faith in RIM deepens as PlayBook debut nears

Reuters: CANADA STOCKS-Resources lead TSX higher; RIM drags

Reuters: UPDATE 4-RIM's outlook disappoints, shares tumble

Reuters: Q+A-RIM's PlayBook, worth the wait?

Apple, RIM, ZTE won in booming cellphone market

Reuters: UPDATE 2-Kodak loses a round in suit against Apple, RIM

BlackBerry Torch first look: Weirdly evolved

New BlackBerry Storm adds touchscreen

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  Focus on RIMM

BlackBerry Torch lights up RIM results, forecasts, with Mike Abramsky, RBC Capital Markets.

  The Tablet Trade

A look at why enterprise will choose RIM's Playbook, over Apple's iPad, with Pablo Perez-Fernandez.

  RIM Unveils its Tablet

RIM unveils playbook tablet at developers conference, with Mike Abramsky, RBC Capital.

  New Blackberry faces stiff competition

Even as RIM plans to update its venerable Blackberry line with two new offerings, the company faces a host of competitors in smartphones. Cnbc's Jon Fortt reports.

  Blackberry Plays Catch-Up

RIM is expected to release the Blackberry 6, with CNBC's John Fortt.

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BlackBerry Storm
BlackBerry Storm

epa01513409 This undated company handout shows the new Blackberry Storm with the help of which Vodafone and the Canadian mobile phone producer RIM plan to compete with Apple's iPhone and the new Google mobile phone of T-Mobile. The touchscreen BlackBerry will come on the market in November and is su