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Can IoT and connected cars save a failing BlackBerry?

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Can IoT and connected cars save a failing BlackBerry?

The future of BlackBerry has been hazy for a while, as analysts speculate whether it can be made relevant again with a move into the trucking industry and its QNX platform for automakers.

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