T-Mobile EVP of corporateservices, David Carey told Reuters, on Wednesday, that BlackBerry devices are not in high demand now. Hence "keeping stock in the retail distribution system was inefficient." The giant wireless service provider will directly ship the BlackBerry smartphones to customers instead of carrying these in its US retail stores.
BlackBerry has already decided to stop the marketing of its smartphones a few days ago "because of drastically weakening smartphone sales." David Carey said that BlackBerry smartphones are not the choice of general customers. Instead businesses mostly purchased BlackBerry devices and these purchases are not done via stores. It is another reason to drop BlackBerry devices from retail stores.
Amazon Blazons 3 New Kindle Fire Tablets
Just in time for the shopping season, Amazon is announcing three new Kindle Fire tablets: the Fire HDX 8.9 tablet, the new Fire HD, and the Fire HD Kids Edition.
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