BlackBerry 10 has finally arrived and with it came a bundle of surprises.
RIM stock surges 20 percent in after-market trading, reporting smaller-than-expected losses and gains in BlackBerry subscribers in emerging markets. But RIM's future hangs on delayed BlackBerry 10.
RIM may be down, but the BlackBerry maker isn't out yet.
Stocks dropped over one hundred points for the fourth straight day Tuesday, following a profit slump at technology companies and steep decline in oil prices. The bad news even outweighed hopeful developments in Europe.
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins admits that his company has had a hard year. But he insists that BlackBerry 10, due next year, could turn things around.