RIM's (RIMM) FQ3 results are due out after the bell, with analysts expecting that its loss per...

|By:, SA News Editor

RIM's (RIMM) FQ3 results are due out after the bell, with analysts expecting that its loss per share narrowed to $0.35 from $0.45 last year while revenue fell 8.6% to $2.65B. The company's in a bit of a holding pattern as it prepares to launch BlackBerry 10 in H1. RIM's 80M subscribers in FQ2 is giving cause for optimism that BB10 can succeed, says BGC analyst Colin Gillis.