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BlackBerry Does The Right Thing By Pulling The Plug On Handset Development

BlackBerry released its Q2 FY’17 earnings on Wednesday, September 28, indicating that its pivot towards becoming an enterprise mobility software provider gained momentum, with software and services revenues doubling year-over-year. The firm also announced that it would be pulling the plug on its internal handset development activities, instead working with third parties to launch new […]
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