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BlackBerry will license QWERTY keyboard design to allow it to live on

BlackBerry is no longer making devices in-house, but that doesn't mean all their hardware influence is going to die. BlackBerry CEO John Chen has confirmed that the iconic BlackBerry keyboard will indeed live on.
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