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Google October 4, Apple Watch, no more BlackBerry hardware (MobileTechRoundup show #383)

Changes continue to occur in the mobile landscape as BlackBerry decides to stop making its own hardware while Apple's new smartwatch finds it way to the wrists of both podcast hosts.
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