Blackberry Seeks to Remedy Dwindling Profits

The handset maker is considering integrating its mobile software into rival operating systems.
3:00 | 12/30/13

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In today's tech -- Blackberry wants a bigger piece of the pie. Your iPhone or android may start to feel more like -- Blackberry. The beleaguered handset maker is considering integrating its mobile software into rival operating systems trying to make up for its dwindling market share. A computer server all -- -- owned by the British broadcasting company was hacked on Christmas. Reuters says the -- then tried to sell access to -- the problem has been fixed. Overstock.Com. Plans to start accepting the digital currency bitcoin within the next six months. But one problem discouraging other sites from accepting bitcoin is its wildly fluctuating value. And if you haven't watched a classic films like Roman Holiday and Titanic yet on Netflix. You'd better hurry up they'll be dropped on Wednesday more than eighty films are going off line that day. Those are your tech -- on G opening times.

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