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BlackBerry lays off 250 employees in latest round of cuts

TORONTO (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd has laid off about 250 of its employees at its headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario, as part of its latest move to trim costs, the smartphone maker said on Thursday.Full story

Samsung close to mobile-device deal with FBI: sources

(Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is close to signing a deal to sell its popular line of Galaxy devices to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, sources familiar with the situation said on Friday. Full story

Nokia Q2 sales fall by 24 pct, misses expectations

The sales decline at struggling cellphone maker Nokia Corp. continues with revenues dropping almost a quarter between April and June compared with the same time last year, the company announced Thursday. Full story

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