Today in Mobile

Research In Motion is dominating the headlines in mobile this morning after posting a train wreck of a first quarter last night: AppleInsider reports that AT&T asked the Canadian company to develop a handset to compete with the iPhone two years ago, and Reuters takes a look at where RIM might go from here. Meanwhile, it’s worth noting that it was less than three years ago that Fortune hailed RIM as the world’s fastest-growing company. But RIM has done nothing substantial to evolve since then, while Apple and Google have ascended to dominance. The takeaway: Mobile is a world where things can change very quickly, and if you’re not evolving and innovating you’re dying.