Apple has taken the smartphone category that RIM first revolutionized and turned it into a cultural phenomenon with the iPhone. RIM's been struggling to keep up with Apple's cool factor ever since.
It used to be that Research in Motion, AKA RIM, was the only game in town for smartphones. But those days are over now that Apple has infiltrated the market with its iPhone, paving the way for others such as Android to chip away at RIM's market share with its enterprise favorite, BlackBerry. As competition mounts, there are plenty of companies that are gunning for RIM's cozy position at the top of the enterprise smartphone heap. Here's a look at RIM's worst enemies.
This article was originally published on 2011-04-06
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