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    BlackBerry Unveils Two New Smartphonesi
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    January 31, 2013 12:54 AM
    Canadian smartphone maker Research In Motion (RIM), which makes the BlackBerry, says it's back. The company is trying to reclaim a market it once dominated by introducing two new devices. The last few years have been a painful time for the company as customers deserted its platform in favor of newer, more popular devices. As Mil Arcega reports, this may be the company's last chance to remain a vital player in an increasingly crowded marketplace.

    BlackBerry Unveils Two New Smartphones

    Published January 30, 2013

    Canadian smartphone maker Research In Motion (RIM), which makes the BlackBerry, says it's back. The company is trying to reclaim a market it once dominated by introducing two new devices. The last few years have been a painful time for the company as customers deserted its platform in favor of newer, more popular devices. As Mil Arcega reports, this may be the company's last chance to remain a vital player in an increasingly crowded marketplace.


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