RIM Changes Name of New Operating System

Ian Austen, reporting for the NYT:

Less than two months after Research In Motion announced that its new operating system to revive the BlackBerry brand would be called BBX, the company has changed its mind. Now, it will be called BlackBerry 10.

The late change followed the granting of a restraining order on Tuesday by a federal court in New Mexico to a small Albuquerque-based software maker, Basis International, that has long used the name BBx.

Has anything at all — anything — gone right for RIM in the last two years?

Thursday, 8 December 2011