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BlackBerry will continue to release devices with physical keyboards, despite not making hardware

BlackBerry announced yesterday that it will no longer be making its own hardware. This is a move to cut costs and focus on software, where BlackBerry may still see success. This news worried fans of the classic BlackBerry keyboard. Thankfully, CEO John Chen says [...]
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