In Pictures: Is RIM ruined?

Bad news keeps piling up on RIM, but it wasn’t always that way

One of the most widely sold Blackberries. Initially released in November 2008, the BlackBerry Bold 9000's launch was hindered by various software glitches and issues with AT&T's 3G network. Once it was widely available, the smartphone built a faithful fan base thanks to its 480 X 320 display, blazing 624-Mhz processor and inimitable, full BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard. Aimed specifically at businesspeople, or power users, the Bold also packs 3G, Wi-Fi and GPS.

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