All the Ways BlackBerry Is Pushing Itself Towards Extinction

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At first we felt bad for BlackBerry, as it ceded its smartphone crown to Apple and faded into smartphone oblivion. But BlackBerry just can't get it together. For the third day in a row BlackBerry service is down, reports Reuters's Georgina Prodhan. "Millions of BlackBerry users around the world were left without text communication services for a third day on Wednesday as Research in Motion struggled to fix what it said was a switching failure in its private network." Just as things started looking up with the sour reaction to the iPhone 4S and all, for a tiny moment it looked like manufacturer Research in Motion had a moment to make things better. But, nope. Good ole BlackBerry disappoints again, potentially pissing off more people than ever. Let's count all the ways BlackBerry is pushing itself towards extinction.

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