Even business and government IT departments, long the backbone of BlackBerry's success, appear ready to give up on the struggling smartphone maker.
The company makes some of the components for the iPhone and other devices.
The electronics giant snags courtside seats for its tablets and TV monitors with a three-year, $100 million deal.
While the iPad Mini has proved extremely popular, the company may be trying to push its larger -- and more profitable -- full-size tablet this quarter.
Based on what we've seen so far from other prominent manufacturers, a smartwatch may not be worth the company's time.
Instead of Apple, Google or Amazon, invest in the company behind the screens.
The company has introduced gold colored phones eight times over the years, most recently with the gold Galaxy S4.
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