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Sean Silcoff / Globe and Mail:
BlackBerry stock slips as revenue tumbles below expectations   —  BlackBerry Ltd. revenue plunged unexpectedly in the third quarter, but the company managed to eke out a slight profit on an adjusted basis.  —  The company earned $793-million (U.S.) in revenue in the quarter ended Nov. 29, down from $916-million in the previous quarter.
Dec 19, 2014, 8:25 AMIn context
Shane Dingman / Globe and Mail:
BlackBerry Classic review: old-fashioned phone that won't please traditionalists or new users   —  Review: BlackBerry Classic is a trip back in time  —  The BlackBerry Classic is a curmudgeonly phone.  —  That's not entirely pejorative: a curmudgeon can be a beloved figure with a kind of …
Dec 17, 2014, 10:45 AMIn context
Christine Dobby / Globe and Mail:
Canadian Competition Bureau says Apple's contracts with Canadian wireless carriers may have hiked prices on cellphones, wireless service in general   —  Apple contracts may have hiked Canadian prices for cellphones, wireless services  —  After close to nine months of investigation …
Dec 12, 2014, 9:55 PMIn context
Trevor Cole / Globe and Mail:
Profile of Tobi Lütke, CEO of software maker Shopify, which powers over 120K online stores   —  Meet our CEO of the Year  —  Tobi Lütke wears his pink hard hat with pride.  “I like it,” he says.  “I'm the only person with a pink hard hat in the entire house.”  —  By “house” he means “building.”
Dec 1, 2014, 3:00 PMIn context
Jeff Gray / Globe and Mail:
Canadian court orders Google to block a group of websites from its search engine worldwide   —  B.C. court ruling orders Google to block sites worldwide  —  In an unprecedented ruling, a B.C. court has ordered Google Inc. to block a group of websites from its worldwide search engine …
Jun 18, 2014, 3:40 PMIn context
Sean Fine / Globe and Mail:
Supreme Court of Canada rules police need a warrant before asking ISPs for identifying information on customers   —  Canadians have right to online anonymity, Supreme Court rules  —  Anonymity is key to Canadians' right to privacy on the Internet, and as a general rule police are not permitted …
Jun 13, 2014, 4:45 PMIn context
Iain Marlow / Globe and Mail:
Wireless service readily available across much of Africa, brings need for drones into question   —  Why flying ‘Internet drones’ over Africa is a dumb, libertarian fantasy  —  When I arrived in a West African newsroom last year to help with a journalism training initiative, one of the first things to come up was my BlackBerry Bold.
Mar 10, 2014, 8:00 AMIn context
Sean Silcoff / Globe and Mail:
BlackBerry to bring back function keys to win back former fans   —  BlackBerry Ltd. is seeking to win back once-devoted customers by bringing back a popular set of command keys that the company had abandoned with the launch of a new family of smartphones this past year.
Feb 24, 2014, 1:40 PMIn context
Sean Silcoff / Globe and Mail:
BlackBerry posts massive $4.4-billion quarterly loss, revenue plunges   —  BlackBerry Ltd. reported a massive $4.4-billion (U.S.) third-quarter loss Friday as the company, led by new interim chief executive John Chen, revealed that revenue had fallen even more sharply than market observers had expected.
Dec 20, 2013, 7:40 AMIn context
Globe and Mail:
Lenovo pursued BlackBerry bid, but Ottawa rejected idea   —  OTTAWA and TORONTO — The Globe and Mail  —  Beijing-based computer manufacturer Lenovo Group Ltd. actively considered a bid for BlackBerry Ltd., but the Canadian government told the smartphone company it would not accept …
Nov 5, 2013, 1:00 PMIn context

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