RIM Is Investing $100 Million To Build Developer Community

Posted on Jul 11 2012 - 11:08am by Editorial Staff

Thanks Himanshu Madhan for contributing for the article.

Just as we heard from previous news, BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) is investing $100 million in order to grow the developer community for the BlackBerry platform. Now, what sounds interesting here or even in better thing to ask, “Is it too late?” The company’s stock has moves downwards over 70 percent in the last year, and tumbled 19 percent. The company at the BlackBerry 10 Jam Conference held in Singapore on July 9th revealed that company looking forward to make this investment possible and the RIM still in troubled time recognizes that building a developer community is the company’s best bet to turn its upcoming (actually delayed) Blackberry 10 a real success.

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