Booting Up: BlackBerry Really Hopes That Keyboards Are Going to Save Them

Careful where you tread, Ryan Seacrest: BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the company’s future devices will “predominately” feature physical keyboards.

The future. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons,by ScaredPoed)
The future. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons,by ScaredPoed)

Careful where you tread, Ryan Seacrest: BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the company’s future devices will “predominately” feature physical keyboards. [The Verge]

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Booting Up: BlackBerry Really Hopes That Keyboards Are Going to Save Them