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BlackBerry to retreat from consumer market, lay off 4,500 employees

The Verge- As rumored earlier this week, BlackBerry is to lay off 4,500 employees, around 40 percent of its workforce, and retreat from the consumer market. The layoff news comes in an unexpected early earnings guidance release, in which the struggling manufacturer reveals it expects to book losses totalling almost $1 billion in the most recent quarter.

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SJIND3814d ago

Disappointing to see more Blackberry jobs going.

ZombieKiller3812d ago

They don't sell too well here where I work. I'm at a respectable cellular company and I've gotta say since the new phones, I've sold 1.....and that was to a customer demanding it. Other than that, I don't even think I've seen anyone else sell one. Such a shame.

Kyur4ThePain3812d ago

Well, that's what you get for not keeping up with your competitors.
The market leaves you behind. Almost gone and forgotten now.

lastofgen3812d ago

bb were just way too slow to adapt to the changing market and needs. the company was an absolute beast back in the day so it really is a shame this is happening.

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Facebook and BlackBerry are heading to court over voice messaging patents

There’s a new battle commencing between Facebook and BlackBerry. On Tuesday, the social network sued the phone maker over alleged infringement of six patents. Of these, one is related to a voice message feature in BBM Enterprise.

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BlackBerry Key 2 Review | CGM

BlackBerry is back, with one of the most refined, yet useful devices to date, the BlackBerry Key 2.

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Blackberry claws itself from obscurity to announce a new flagship phone releasing in June

The previous titan of industry has had a bumpy time lately, but a new partnership with Chinese company TCL seems to have saved them from the brink of absolute destruction and obscurity. They’re currently ramping up for a release party on June the 7th in New York for the successor for last years KeyOne.

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