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The company's turnaround plan continues.
It appears that the Canadian tech company's turnaround is beginning to slowly gain traction.
Sources say the move is an acknowledgement that its revamped line of devices has failed to win mass appeal.
The dispute was over the sale of smartphone keyboards of a certain size.
CEO John Chen says the company is working on a set of products that will help it to regain its faltering share of the smartphone market.
This is the latest in a line of acquisitions for BlackBerry.
The company reports fourth-quarter profit but a sales miss.
It was developed with IBM and Samsung.
Leap targets mid-market buyers and replaces the Z3 device which launched a year ago.
The company aims to expand its cross-platform strategy and deliver its often admired security, productivity and communication tools to many more smartphones and tablets.
The phone does three things that might get a lot of attention.
Users of its entire suite of BlackBerry 10 devices can now access Android applications as well as a host of other features.
The Canadian tech company ratchets up its fight versus Seacrest's Typo with new complaint.
A spike in trading in BlackBerry options took place hours before Reuters reported that Samsung was in talks to buy the Canadian smartphone maker.
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