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BlackBerry showed off its latest technology at CES which demonstrated how cars can communicate with each other.
It appears Chinese mobile maker Huawei Technologies isn’t only a favorite in its home market, but overseas as well.
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Shares of the tech giant briefly fell below $100 a share in afternoon trading, and closed down nearly 2 percent.
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