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Two aging tech powerhouses came together Tuesday in Orlando, Fla. Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer, speaking at Research in Motion's BlackBerry World conference,

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Well, here we go again. The Financial Post is reporting yet another breakout of rumors that Microsoft might want to buy Research In Motion. The story.

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Don't look now, but once again, rumours are circulating that Microsoft Corp. is interested in buying into Research In Motion Ltd.

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