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BlackBerry: A door that is endlessly closing

It's sort of the end of an era. BlackBerry said Tuesday it won't develop its own hardware anymore, prompting a lot of nostalgia for its once-beloved smartphones. Of course, BlackBerry has been outsourcing its hardware manufacturing to FoxConn for a few years, and it will still make the software inside BlackBerry branded phones. What's new is that it won't design the hardware anymore, but outsource that as well.
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