BlackBerry to cease mobile manufacturing

Tom Wright
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Manufacturing of handsets will be outsourced to partners as it shifts its focus to software

Blackberry is set to stop manufacturing mobile handsets as it shifts its focus towards software and services. Speaking as BlackBerry released its quarterly results, CEO John Chen said the vendor...

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