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BlackBerry sharpens focus

The company continues to focus heavily on the enterprise sector, introducing new mobility solutions and reverting to device features that once were its trademarks.

BlackBerry had 0.5% of the market at the end of the second quarter, the IDC says.


Subsea connectivity as good as it's going to get

The likelihood of a new cable landing on SA's shores, which have seen capacity grow significantly over the past decade, is doubtful.


Alcatel-Lucent shares jump 8% on Nokia merger report

Nokia, with its strength in wireless networks, could benefit from a tie-up with Alcatel-Lucent, with its fixed-line network assets.


Google antitrust lawsuit too vague: judge

Plaintiffs have not proven that Google restricted competition by limiting apps.


Canada court orders Apple to turn over records

The information will be used to determine if Apple abused its market power.


US sues Sprint for phone bill 'cramming'

Sprint is accused of mistreating consumers through its billing system that allowed "illegal" third-party charges.


EU clears Lufthansa outsourcing deal with IBM

Lufthansa can go ahead with selling its IT infrastructure unit to IBM.


Startup sues France's Orange over social calling app

A US company claims Orange stole its in-app calling idea.


BlackBerry unveils Classic smartphone

The company says customer feedback was pivotal in the return to its signature design featuring a qwerty keyboard.

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