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CEO Says BlackBerry Sued Typo Because The Keyboard 'Is Our Identity'

CEO Says BlackBerry Sued Typo Because The Keyboard 'Is Our Identity'
BlackBerry is still fighting for its rightful place in in the smartphone market, especially when it comes to keyboards...
Read more Jan 9 2014, 7:26am CST
 

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CEO Says BlackBerry Sued Typo Because The Keyboard 'Is Our Identity'

CEO Says BlackBerry Sued Typo Because The Keyboard 'Is Our Identity'
BlackBerry is still fighting for its rightful place in in the smartphone market, especially when it comes to keyboards...
Read more Jan 9 2014, 7:26am CST
 

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Ryan Seacrest Invested a Million Dollars in iPhone Keyboard

Ryan Seacrest Invested a Million Dollars in iPhone Keyboard
Besides making a lot of money from American Idol, Ryan Seacrest has also invested a ton of cash in another venture. He has contributed an input of a million dollars to build a typo iPhone keyboard. This physical iPhone keyboard is coming in January for $99.
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