The rumors have been flying around for weeks that some big name companies like Amazon are looking to purchase Research In Motion. RIM's stock has hit an all time low, and with delays on new BlackBerry 10 phones and the PlayBook 2.0 OS, 2011 wasn't exactly the greatest year for RIM. The latest company to be rumored to purchase RIM is none other than Samsung. Samsung is actually in a good position to buy RIM and could do some great things if this were to actually happen. What we want to know is just what you think of these reports. Do you think Samsung should acquire Research In Motion? Would it be good or bad for both Samsung and RIM? Cast your vote in the poll above, then sound off in the comments!
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