Samsung says it wants no part of RIM; BlackBerry maker's stock falls in after-hours trading

A report from BGR today, citing anonymous sources, stating that RIM was hoping for a $10 billion to $15 billion purchase by Samsung apparently has fallen flat, but not before the Waterloo company's stocks climbed 8 percent on the day.

Samsung has not "considered acquiring the firm and are not interested," a company spokesman told Reuters.

Stock in Research in Motion closed the day up 1.30, or 8.04 percent, but had fallen nearly 5 percent in after-hours trading. A previous report from BGR that RIM would bring its popular BlackBerry Messaging client to Android in 2011 also has been rebuffed by RIM.

Source: Reuters, Google Finance; via CrackBerry

Phil Nickinson