1. CrackBerry News's Avatar
    Looking at the headlines and comments from people following the announcement from BlackBerry that they would end all internal hardware development of BlackBerry handsets and will be outsourcing to partners from here on out, one common phrase used to describe the situation has been 'end of era'. BlackBerry CEO John Chen doesn't see it that way at all, though, and prefers to view it as the start of a new chapter as highlighted in an interview.

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    09-29-16 05:40 PM
  2. LuxuryTouringZone's Avatar
    Something is seriously contradictory here; how is the BlackBerry keyboard supposed to survive, if BlackBerry plans to no longer deal with hardware design? This so called new era Chen envisions raises lots of uncertainties, especially in regards to BlackBerry 10, which has sadly become such a joke these days.
    10-01-16 06:03 PM

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