As the deadline approaches for Fairfax Financial to firm up its offer for BlackBerry, the two companies are jumping into the ring with co-founders Mike Lazaridis and Doug Fregin, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The smartphone maker is said to have held talks with firms specializing in "distressed investing" including Cerberus Capital Management LP.
The telecommunications giant is selling the assets to Cerberus, but will get a 47 percent stake in the new venture.
The future of BlackBerry could be decided today as the troubled company hurtles towards today's deadline to find a buyer.
The beleaguered smartphone maker is seeking "preliminary expressions of interest" for all or part of the company from Google, Samsung, LG, and others, according to news agency Reuters.
And we have our winners! Two Plutonian moons get new names after nearly half a million votes stream in from the Internet community.
Painstakingly designed, these 3D-printed skeletons take their inspiration straight from the pages of a mythological bestiary.
A contest gives the public a chance to help rename two small moons orbiting Pluto, but it might help to brush up on your knowledge of the mythological Greek underworld.
If you were brought crashing down to Earth by the ending of Mass Effect 3, don't go downloading a new ending yet: it's probably a scam.
Automotive News reports on Chrysler's plans for a hybrid sedan.