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BlackBerry confirms it will finally stop making smartphones

The death march of BlackBerry's handset business was closely chronicled by BGR for a long period of time. We gave the world an inside look at the company's downfall after it failed to pivot when Apple's iPhone changed the smartphone market, and now those early missteps have finally led to today. As BlackBerry reported a fiscal second-quarter net loss of $372 million on Wednesday morning, the company confirmed that it will cease all internal smartphone development and stop making smartphones.
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