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One phone on the list may have been a duplicate, another may have belonged to someone else and one iPad may have been lost

Microsoft beats market expectations, buoyed by sales of Surface tablets and the Xbox One

Surface revenue "more than doubled" whilst almost 4 million Xbox One consoles were sold in the quarter

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Singer cuts ties with the struggling smartphone-maker

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BlackBerry has turned to Chinese manufacturer Foxconn to produce its hardware

BlackBerry looks East to revive its fortunes after posting huge loss

Five-year deal with Foxconn to target emerging markets marks clear strategic shift

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Two cases in quick succession have placed US secret agents under scrutiny

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Blackberry at centre of bidding war between its co-founders and largest shareholder

Blackberry, the struggling smartphone maker that last month agreed to sell itself to a group of buyers led by its largest shareholder, could find itself at the centre of a bidding war after the company's co-founders said they were considering buying the business.

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