SEOUL, South Korea— Samsung Electronics Co., which faces a slowdown in emerging market smartphone sales, will release its long-delayed Tizen-powered handset in India before the end of this year, a report said Monday.» Read More
TORONTO, March 28- BlackBerry Ltd reported a quarterly loss on Friday as smartphone sales continued to slide across all regions. The company said during the fourth quarter it recognized hardware revenue on about 1.3 million BlackBerry smartphones compared to about 1.9 million devices in the previous quarter.
TORONTO, March 28- BlackBerry Ltd reported a quarterly loss on Friday as smartphone sales continued to slide across all regions. The Waterloo, Ontario- based company reported a net loss of $423 million, or 80 cents a share, for the fourth quarter ended March 1. Revenue fell to $976 million from $2.68 billion.
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