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CEO John Chen says there is another potential outcome: DTEK shows there is a market for a secured version of Android. (MARK BLINCH/REUTERS)
CEO John Chen says there is another potential outcome: DTEK shows there is a market for a secured version of Android. (MARK BLINCH/REUTERS)

BlackBerry could see software-only future if new Android can’t keep up Add to ...

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Is BlackBerry Ltd. really prepared to stop making BlackBerrys?

That’s the biggest question as the company prepares to unveil its latest quarterly earnings on Wednesday. It’s yet another moment of truth for the former giant from Waterloo, Ont., and comes just three years after the company renamed itself after its signature device. The reason the issue is top of mind? Chief executive officer John Chen put it there.

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