BlackBerry confirmed today what industry watchers had long assumed to be true: the company is in a death spiral. The firm expects its second-quarter losses to be almost a billion dollars on revenues of $1.6 billion. These massive losses have forced equally large layoffs.
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Over the last two years, I’ve tread deep into the Apple world, the Macbook has become my best friend for more than just getting my work done and my iPhone for everything else, one that I still have plenty of qualms about but has inevitably become an extension of my habit.
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You don’t have to fully commit yourself to either Android or iOS, and there are many of us that make use of both major mobile operating systems simultaneously. That said, Android and iOS don’t always work very happily together.
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BlackBerry stocks plunged 22 points this afternoon following a quarterly earnings report that was even worse than expected — and it was already expected to be bad, with The Wall Street Journal reporting earlier this week that up to 40 percent of BlackBerry employees would be laid off by the end
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Thousands of youths will come together in what is fast becoming a Trend in Nigeria’s football History on the 28th of September 2013 at Campus Square Lagos Island. Dribble which is powered by the G.O.A.
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