Barron's notes that Collin Gillis at BGC Partners is suggesting a recent rise in RIM's stock price is due to the possibility that Samsung could still make a minority investment in the company and license its BB10 software.
Samsung said back in January that it had no interest in acquiring RIM, possibly because the price was too high. Speculation had Samsung forking over more than $10 billion to acquire RIM, primarily for its BlackBerry Messenger service.
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