Analysis: Taking BlackBerry private may make sense, but not a quick fix

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Analysis: Taking BlackBerry private may make sense, but not a quick fix

by Wochit 0:58 mins

Analysis: Taking BlackBerry private may make sense, but not a quick fix

by Wochit 0:58 mins

A deal to take BlackBerry private could make sense from a financial standpoint, say private equity executives, though any such move won't by itself make the smartphone company more competitive. The U.S. International Trade Commission has sided with Apple in a decision to ban some of Samsung's phones in the U.S. The ITC said some of Samsung's older devices infringe on two of Apple's patents, while finding no violations in four other patents. A report from CNET reveals that French consumer electronics company Archos is planning to unveil a dozen new Android devices at the annual IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany next month. The company's plans include five new Android tablets and seven Android smartphones.

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