Blackberry-maker RIM going back to its roots

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The company that makes Blackberry smartphones says it will refocus on the corporate market rather than consumers.

Research In Motion has seen its sales fall behind the competition from Apple's iPhone and devices running Google's Android software.

The Canadian company made a net loss for the three months to 3 March 2012 of $125m (£78m), compared with a profit of $934m a year earlier.

Speaking to Wake Up To Money on BBC Radio 5 live Larry Magid from CNET said that the company may look at selling the consumer arm of the business.

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