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Here’s how dramatic BlackBerry’s fall has actually been

BlackBerry is done making phones. The Canadian telecoms company this week announced that it will no longer manufacture its own handset hardware, and will instead outsource that production to third-party partners. This doesn’t mean that BlackBerry phones will no longer exist — the firm had already started this process with this year’s DTEK50 — but the news caps a tremendous decline for what was once the world’s biggest smartphone maker.
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