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Samsung, Apple, RIM: Who tops the latest smartphone scorecard?

As earnings reports from Apple, Samsung, and others roll in, who's doing well this quarter? 

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Thorsten Heins, President and CEO of Research in Motion (RIM), speaks at the company's Annual General Meeting, less than two weeks after announcing disappointing financial results, deep job cuts and the latest delay in its BlackBerry 10 software, in Waterloo, Ontario, Tuesday, July 10, 2012.

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Makers of mobile devices have begun releasing their earnings reports for the latest quarter. Many companies including Nokia and Research in Motion have been struggling to compete with Apple and manufacturers of devices running Google's Android software.

Here's a look at earnings and other reports from selected companies in the industry.

— July 10: BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd. asks disgruntled investors at a shareholders meeting for patience as it develops new devices to rival the iPhone and Android smartphones. The company reiterates a warning that the next several quarters will be challenging. It also expects to report another operating loss in the current quarter, which ends Sept. 1, as the company cuts prices to sell its older BlackBerry models.

— July 19: Nokia Corp. says its net loss nearly quadrupled in the second quarter on sagging sales of smartphones, which fell 39 percent from a year ago to 10.2 million. The company's stock jumped, however, as sales of low-end phones buoyed revenue and shipments of the new Lumia phones, which run on Windows software and will replace the older smartphone models, were not as bad as feared. In North America, sales of the Lumia phones offset declines in traditional Symbian devices.

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