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BlackBerry goes private, but what next?
The acquisition of BlackBerry Ltd may have temporarily lifted the gloom from the once-loved phone maker, but analysts and industry watchers still do not believe that the move would resolve the more deep-seated structural business problems faced by the company.
Telcos and phones: Is it their problem, or ours?
If telcos are going to sell their customers contracts which are tied to phones sold at a discount, then they should have a responsibility too if the phones are faulty while still under warranty, writes Karamjit Singh.
Is Indonesia still a safe haven for BlackBerry?
As Canada’s iconic smartphone maker BlackBerry – once a dominant force in the smartphone world – struggles to turn its fortunes around, one country in South-East Asia remains an extremely important market to the company outside of the United States, say industry watchers.
The long and winding road ahead for BlackBerry
The dust is settling after the full-of-pomp launch of its latest smartphones, the unveiling of its new software operating system and the name-change from Research in Motion to BlackBerry; still, pundits and analysts are still no closer to answering the question as to whether the company will survive in an increasingly competitive smartphone world.
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