BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) is said to be reviving talks with Samsung to license its upcoming BlackBerry 10 (BB10) platform. Jefferies analyst Peter Misek believes that the strategic review of the company’s position will culminate with RIM licensing BB10 and Samsung is the likely company to license it, AllThingsD reports. This comes merely days after CEO Thorsten Heins accepted in an interview that RIM does not have the capability to offer BB10 across the price spectrum and would look at partnerships with others. “We don’t have the economy of scale to compete against the guys who crank out 60 handsets a year. We have to differentiate and have a focused platform. To deliver BB10 we may need to
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