BlackBerry shrivels - but confirms Android 'privacy' device


The smart device manufacturer is in financial free fall - but could Android reverse the decline?

Smart device manufacturer BlackBerry has reported worse second-quarter results than expected, with revenues of $490m against consensus estimates of $611m, with forecasts of modest sequential growth...

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