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Passport to the good ol' days

Blackberry CEO John Chen believes the iconic smartphone giant has merely lost its way, and its market is growing in ways that most people don't know about yet.
Saturday, November 8, 2014 - 05:50

'If you come at me strong and hard, you have to prepare to fight me. You could just kill me but you better not just hurt me because if you don't kill me, I'll get right back at you.'

JOHN Chen's smartphone is a bit like him - it stands out from the crowd. The BlackBerry CEO carries the latest flagship phone from his company called, interestingly, the Passport. In a sea of rectangular screen-only candy bar-shaped smartphones, the Passport is an almost square phone (actually

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