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Days after the beleaguered smartphone maker announces that it's in talks for a buyout, T-Mobile says it will stop stocking its shelves with BlackBerry smartphones.
In an interview, outspoken John Legere talks about the suddenly lively Sprint as a competitor, the failed merger with Sprint, and his thoughts on BlackBerry.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere says he feels for BlackBerry users who want to be on the T-Mobile network but can't. In a one-on-one interview with CNET's Roger Cheng, Legere explains where things stand with BlackBerry.
Profits tumbled a stunning 74 percent in Samsung's mobile business in the third quarter, and tough times may continue. Here's what Samsung can do to turn things around.
In an open letter to BlackBerry fans, CEO John Legere says he is disappointed with the breakup with BlackBerry.
Following a T-Mobile e-mail campaign encouraging BlackBerry customers to switch to an iPhone, BlackBerry announces it will no longer sell devices with the carrier.
CEO John Chen says the company is committed to earning back your business with its next phone -- the BlackBerry Classic.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere couldn't help but take one last swipe at BlackBerry CEO John Chen, saying he would look him up on MySpace.
Following a T-Mobile e-mail campaign that encouraged BlackBerry customers to switch to an iPhone, BlackBerry's CEO comes out swinging.
He's underwhelmed by the Amazon phone, but T-Mobile's John Legere tells CNET his customers should eventually get a chance to buy it. Oh, and about that "rated R vocabulary."