BlackBerry to acquire Cylance in $1.4bn deal

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Biggest-ever acquisition for BlackBerry reflects shift towards security software and services

BlackBerry is to buy Cylance in an deal that values the AI cybersecurity specialist at $1.4 billion. The acquisition further cements BlackBerry's shift away from smartphone hardware - with Black...

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