John Chen, BlackBerry CEO’s Open Letter

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Chen’s letter in full, below:

To our BlackBerry Community,

As you know, this is a time of significant change at BlackBerry as we accelerate our efforts to transform our business.

I know there has been a lot said about BlackBerry, but let me remind you that at BlackBerry, we are not dwelling on the past. We are looking towards the future.

We Are Committed to Reclaiming our Success

We have begun moving the company to embrace a multi-platform, BYOD world by adopting a new mobility management platform and a new device strategy. We are also leveraging our tremendous assets, including BBM, our network and QNX. While we are proud of these accomplishments, we know there is more work to be done.

I know that it’s going to take time, discipline and tough decisions to reclaim BlackBerry’s success and we are ready for that challenge.

Our Commitment to our Customers Remains Unchanged

We remain committed to delivering high quality products and services to the millions of people who rely on us globally. We also want our customers to know that BlackBerry has significant financial strength for the long-haul.

I believe in the value of this brand. With the right team and right strategy in place, I am confident that we will rebuild BlackBerry for the benefit of all of our constituencies.

We are Excited for the Future and you Should Be Too

Thank you for your strong support and continued commitment.

Sincerely,

John S. Chen
Executive Chair and CEO

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Nokia Stock On Upswing As BlackBerry Rides the Storm

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Nokia Stock Price (above)

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BlackBerry Stock Price

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It looks like Nokia Corporation is making new Tablets and phones for 2014, according to what we read in the article below.  The stock is at near $8.00, closing at $7.94 (NYSE ADR ) while BlackBerry (BBRY on NASDAQ) has been coasting at $6.50, where it bottomed September, 2012. That BlackBerry has been at near $6.50 for ten days may well mean that it will only go up from here. Here’s the story on Nokia:

Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) is going to launch new handsets in 2014

“Boston, MA, 11/13/2013 (wallstreetpr) – The new handsets and tablets belonging to Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) are going to be much faster and unique as compared to the present models available in the market. After Nokia Lumia 1520, the management of the Nokia Corporation announced that they are going to launch Lumia 2020 and Lumia 1820. According to the information made available from Nokia Power House, the Nokia Lumia 1820 is going to be thin, metallic uni body and lytro style. This handset of Nokia Corporation is going to be launched at the MWC 2014. This phone is also imaged to be the next Nokia Corporation’s flagship device.

Much information has not been made available related to the Nokia Lumia 1820, but there are rumors that this phone is going to be the first Microsoft smart phone. Microsoft Corporation is going to unveil their first smart phone with the help of Lumia series and this handset is also rumored to be the first Nokia Corporations handset without having the Nokia brand name on it.

Talking about the Nokia Lumia 2020, it is going to set a new name for the 8 inch tablets available in the market. This tablet of Nokia Corporation would be having 800 snap dragons processor in it and would also be having 1080 resolution display. The Nokia Lumia 2020 would be faster as compared to the Lumia 2520. It will have higher PPI display and will be available with stylus support.

The arrival of the Nokia Lumia 1080 p is also expected from the company in the near future. Moreover, Nokia Corporation has launched their first tablet known as Lumia 2520.

Talking about the trading sessions of Nokia Corporation, the estimations made available by Market Watch, the stock of shares of Nokia Corporation has an average price target of $7.47 with a consensus holding of hold.”

Source: http://wallstreetpr.com/nokia-corporation-adr-nysenok-is-going-to-launch-new-handsets-in-2014-12453

BlackBerry at $6.72

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At the start of trading BBRY is hovering at $6.72. The stock is trading where it was one year ago. The lack of marketing, strategic reviews, C level missteps and miscommunications have added to the decline, along with negative analyst reports. The new direction must be steady, determined, well planned and communicated with a new resolve to aggressively market and place BlackBerry products in customer hands.

It is important to see action on the product placement front. Thorsten Heins brought OS 10 products to fruition, but failed to assess or create demand. He will be rewarded for this in spades. Sr. Mgmnt could not market or deliver a message of interest to consumers. That has to change. For that to happen a clear understanding of what BlackBerrry stands for,
past, present and future is needed by Mgmnt in moving forward with OS 10, BES10, BBM and M2M with QNX and embedded systems. This message must be consistent and evangelized!

BlackBerry Restructuring and Replacing CEO with $1 Billion From Fairfax and Other Investors

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BlackBerry stays public, gets Fairfax and others to adopt $1 billion of its debt, as the stock loses near $1 trading at 6.88, down from $7.77 close on Friday.

One has to hand it to Prem Watsa and the board for showing faith in BlackBerry’s future potential and realizing that it was time for a sweep of the executives at BlackBerry who with the delivery of BB10, failed to gain mind share for the brand and place the product in the hands of customers. I’m looking forward to Watsa’s lead as BlackBerry continues to re-invent itself. The search for a new CEO starts soon and one expects that all top tier management, including the CMO, Frank Boulben, will be moving on soon.

John Chen is replacing Thorsten Heins as interim CEO of BlackBerry. Chen is currently a director at both Wells Fargo and Disney, and his last big management stint was as chairman and CEO of Sybase, where he is credited with transforming the company prior to selling it to SAP

Press Release

John S. Chen to be Appointed Executive Chair of BlackBerry’s Board of Directors and Interim CEO; Prem Watsa to be Appointed Lead Director

Company Concludes Review of Strategic Alternatives and Announces Changes to Board and Leadership Team

WATERLOO, ONTARIO and TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – November 04,
2013) – BlackBerry (NASDAQ: BBRY)(TSX: BB), a world leader in the mobile communications market, today announced that it has entered into an agreement pursuant to which Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited (“Fairfax”) and other institutional investors (collectively, the “Purchasers”) will invest in BlackBerry through a U.S. $1 billion private placement of convertible debentures. Fairfax has agreed to acquire U.S. $250 million principal amount of the Debentures. The transaction is expected to be completed within the next two weeks.

Under the terms of the transaction, the Purchasers will subscribe for U.S. $1 billion aggregate principal amount of 6% unsecured subordinated convertible debentures (the “Debentures”) convertible into common shares of BlackBerry at a price of U.S. $10.00 per common share (the “Transaction”), a 28.7% premium to the closing price of BlackBerry common shares on November 1, 2013. The Debentures have a term of seven years. Based on the number of common shares currently outstanding, if all of the U.S. $1 billion of Debentures were converted, the common shares issued upon conversion would represent approximately 16% of the common shares outstanding after giving effect to the conversion.

Upon the closing of the transaction, John S. Chen will be appointed Executive Chair of BlackBerry’s Board of Directors and, in that role, will be responsible for the strategic direction, strategic relationships and organizational goals of BlackBerry. Prem Watsa, Chairman and CEO of Fairfax, will be appointed Lead Director and Chair of the Compensation, Nomination and Governance Committee and Thorsten Heins and David Kerr intend to resign from the Board at closing.

In addition, Mr. Heins will step down as Chief Executive Officer at closing and Mr. Chen will serve as Interim Chief Executive Officer pending completion of a search for a new Chief Executive Officer.

Today’s announcement marks the conclusion of the review of strategic alternatives previously announced on August 12, 2013.

“Today’s announcement represents a significant vote of confidence in BlackBerry and its future by this group of preeminent, long-term investors,” said Barbara Stymiest, Chair of BlackBerry’s Board. “The BlackBerry Board conducted a thorough review of strategic alternatives and pursued the course of action that it concluded is in the best interests of BlackBerry and its constituents, including its shareholders. This financing provides an immediate cash injection on terms favorable to BlackBerry, enhancing our substantial cash position. Some of the most important customers in the world rely on BlackBerry and we are implementing the changes necessary to strengthen the company and ensure we remain a strong and innovative partner for their needs.”

Ms. Stymiest added, “I am also pleased that John Chen, a distinguished and proven leader in the technology industry, has agreed to serve as BlackBerry’s Executive Chairman. I look forward to continuing to serve BlackBerry as a member of its Board of Directors and chair of the Board’s Audit and Risk Management Committee. On behalf of the Board, I would also like to thank Thorsten for his service to BlackBerry over the past six years. Under his leadership, BlackBerry established a more efficient cost structure, developed new products, saw the adoption of BES 10 and delivered the BlackBerry 10 platform. These are all significant accomplishments. We are grateful for his contributions and wish him well in his future endeavors.”

“Fairfax is a long-time supporter, investor and partner to BlackBerry and, with this investment, reinforces its deep commitment to the future success of this company,” said Prem Watsa, Chairman and CEO of Fairfax. “I look forward to rejoining the BlackBerry Board and to working with the other directors and management team, under John Chen’s leadership, to shape the next stage of BlackBerry’s strategy and growth.”

“I am pleased to join a company with as much potential as BlackBerry,” said Mr. Chen. “BlackBerry is an iconic brand with enormous potential – but it’s going to take time, discipline and tough decisions to reclaim our success. I look forward to leading BlackBerry in its turnaround and business model transformation for the benefit of all of its constituencies, including its customers, shareholders and employees.”

The closing of the transaction is subject to customary conditions, including approval from the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Pursuant to the Transaction agreement, the investors have an option to purchase up to an additional U.S. $250 million principal amount of Debentures within 30 days following closing. If an additional U.S. $250 million of Debentures is issued and all U.S. $1.25 billion of Debentures were converted, the common shares issued upon conversion would represent approximately 19.2% of the common shares after giving effect to the conversion, based on the number of common shares currently outstanding.

Fairfax Not Shedding Light on BlackBerry Deal

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There is no update from Fairfax today on its buyout of BlackBerry. Since the initial offer much has changed:

Google and Everything Android are part of lawsuit with BlackBerry’s consortium partners, Rockstar:

https://pfcsystems.wordpress.com/2013/11/01/google-samsung-sued-by-consortium-owned-by-apple-microsoft-blackberry-sony/

and BlackBerry may be looking for a better partner:

https://pfcsystems.wordpress.com/2013/11/01/blackberry-looking-for-a-mutually-beneficial-partnership/

 

By Will Connors

Investors hoping to get an update on the deal to take BlackBerry Ltd.BB.T -1.34% private during Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd.’sFFH.T -2.86% earnings call Friday morning were likely disappointed.

Fairfax, the Canadian insurer led by Prem Watsa, in late September struck a preliminary $4.7 billion deal to buy the shares of BlackBerry it didn’t already own and take the troubled smartphone company private. Since the announcement of the deal, which Fairfax can walk away from at no penalty, investors have reacted skeptically, sending BlackBerry shares down more than 11%.

On Friday, Fairfax held a conference call to discuss its own third-quarter financial results. As soon as the call was opened to analysts’ questions, a request for an update on the BlackBerry bid was put forth.

Mr. Watsa, Fairfax’s founder and chief executive, declined to comment and quickly moved on. Investors will have to wait til Monday, when the due diligence period for the BlackBerry deal expires, to get an update.

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/canadarealtime/2013/11/01/fairfax-declines-to-shed-light-on-blackberry-deal-for-now/

Google, Samsung sued by consortium owned by Apple, Microsoft, BlackBerry, Sony and Ericsson

Google, Samsung sued by consortium owned by Apple, Microsoft, BlackBerry, Sony

Reuters, November 01, 2013

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The group that owns thousands of former Nortel patents filed a barrage of patent lawsuits on Thursday against cell phone manufacturers including Google, the company it outbid in the Nortel bankruptcy auction.Rockstar, the consortium that bought the Nortel patents for $4.5 billion, sued Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, HTC Corp, Huawei and four other companies for patent infringement in U.S. District Court in Texas. Rockstar is jointly owned by Apple, Microsoft, Blackberry, Ericsson and Sony.Google is accused of infringing seven patents. The patents cover technology that helps match Internet search terms with relevant advertising, the lawsuit said, which is the core of Google’s search business.A Google spokesman declined to comment. Representatives for Samsung, Huawei, HTC and Rockstar could not immediately be reached.Samsung, Huawei and HTC all manufacture phones that operate on Google’s Android operating system, which competes fiercely with Apple and Microsoft mobile products.

In 2011 Google placed an initial $900 million bid for Nortel’s patents. Google increased its bid several times, ultimately offering as much as $4.4 billion.

After losing out to Rockstar on the Nortel patents, Google went on to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, a deal driven partly by Motorola’s library of patents.

“Despite losing in its attempt to acquire the patents-in-suit at auction, Google has infringed and continues to infringe,” the lawsuit said.

Rockstar is seeking increased damages against Google, as it claims Google’s patent infringement is willful, according to the complaint.

The Google case in U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas is Rockstar Consortium US LP and Netstar Technologies LLC vs. Google, 13-893.

Source and © Thomson Reuters 2013

The lines are drawn and the sides for battle have been determined!  The Rockstar consortium including the partners, Apple, BlackBerry,Microsoft, SONY and Ericsson, are engaged in a lawsuit against Google and everything Android (Samsung, HTC, Huawei);

BlackBerry has new BFFs in its consortium partners, and one of these companies, or Lenovo, or Facebook, is on the right side to help BlackBerry, as discussed:

BlackBerry Looking For A Mutually Beneficial Partnership

https://pfcsystems.wordpress.com/2013/11/01/blackberry-looking-for-a-mutually-beneficial-partnership/

BlackBerry: Looking For a Mutually Beneficial Partnership

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by Darryl McKinnon and Fernando Commodari

Recently we’ve posted about why BlackBerry should remain publicly traded & in Canada:

https://pfcsystems.wordpress.com/2013/10/19/a-letter-to-members-of-the-canadian-parliament/

https://pfcsystems.wordpress.com/2013/10/27/blackberry-an-alternative-reality-an-alternative-future/

It’s not clear what the next few days will bring, but there are several options:

http://crackberry.com/here-s-what-happens-blackberry-november-4th

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Looking at the Fairfax deal we can try to understand the synergies to it.  We can try to figure out why it may or may not make sense. With the facts being that if the BlackBerry management team, and the army of employees under them, were not able to complete the transition to date, why would Fairfax be able to do so? What mobile technology background does Prem Watsa have that BlackBerry currently doesn’t? There is none!  What social media/network experience with on site ads for BBM Channels does this deal bring to BlackBerry?  Again, none!

The Fairfax deal makes no sense except for Fairfax to get their original investment back out of BlackBerry. Firstly, the Board (with Prem Watsa, as a member) put the incentive in place for Thorsten Heins to sell BlackBerry and receive a massive payday by doing so. Then, in return, the BlackBerry CEO agrees to an ultra low sales price, a day after the stock price was trading higher.  Within the agreement to sell BlackBerry to Fairfax is a financial clause that if BlackBerry was to take another offer for the company, Fairfax is to receive $150 million. We’ve seen deals where if the buyer backs out there is a financial penalty to be paid to the company that was to be bought.  We’ve never seen a deal where if the seller finds a better offer they have to pay the original buyer! This clause is simply ridiculous! It’s set to ensure Fairfax gets paid handsomely for their efforts. Yet there’s no benefit for your average shareholder that has been vested in BlackBerry during the difficult times and still truly believes in the company and their technology!

http://empowerednews.net/nasdaqbbry-investor-alert-investigation-of-potential-takeover-of-blackberry-at-9/1845143/

Understanding the above, one asks the question, “Why would Fairfax set up a deal that begs for a superior offer?”- Fairfax has no interest in BlackBerry. They are a financial insurance company. They want their money back; and they’ll get it. It helps greatly if you’re at the table on both sides of the deal.

So what’s the end game then? Is it a sale of BlackBerry by any means possible? The assets are clear, the value is obvious, to those select companies that make it their business to know, BlackBerry’s current competition: Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Lenovo among others. All these companies have been or are currently rumored to be looking at BlackBerry to buy the company for its assets that the Fairfax deal has priced at half of book value. A steal by any assessment!

Knowing we are fast approaching November 4th, barring direct government support:

https://pfcsystems.wordpress.com/2013/10/19/a-letter-to-members-of-the-canadian-parliament/

there is more than one form of support that could work.

This support could come from one of the aforementioned prospective BlackBerry suitors. One can make a clear business case for anyone of these potential suitors to take a substantial stake in BlackBerry, instead of buying the company. Supporting the company with an infusion of cash and the perceived stability created from the newly formed partnership, would substantially lead to gains for both partners in the resurgence of BlackBerry.  A partnership has to be a match or fit that works for the two parties, and allows beneficial gains for each, from the union. With “partnership” being the key word, let’s, for the sake of a number, select a 49% stake from all of the current potential bidders and look at what the mutual benefits might be.

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Facebook

The synergies between BlackBerry & Facebook make sense, so let’s start there as many of the benefits can be repeated with some of the other prospective partners.

“A strong partner like FB would ensure the cash they need to complete transition while maintaining R&D, it would bring a fresh new appeal to the BBRY brand and surely increase device sales. It would bring Instagram, followed by other top apps and stop the BBRY’s dead news but hopefully it will force a radical change of management. I think the German guy failed and he was still too close to Mike Lazaridis. BBRY needs new and outsider blood in the management team and surely a brand new marketing team made of under 35’s super talented people.”

http://crackberry.com/node/182125

[We take issue with the under 35 part of the quote—LOL!]

Let’s say Facebook bought a 49% stake in BlackBerry and that the two companies started to work together. Facebook doesn’t make hardware. It’s not in their DNA. The deal instantly gives FB a huge stake in a massive hardware market with fantastic potential. Let’s admit it, hard work has been done with BB10. The foundation has been laid. The future is bright, yet again what BlackBerry needs is a bit more time and more intelligent and sustained marketing across the globe.

“They’ve [FaceBook} been pushing for their own platform for a while, and are obviously not thrilled with how Google is dealing with them. They pushed an update that allowed Facebook to bypass the Play Store as far as updates are concerned, and Google changed the terms of service on them, forcing apps to go through the Play Store for updates. Seems like they’re trying to get away from Android, they just don’t have any other option. Not sure BlackBerry would be a good fit, but maybe they just want to keep their options open?”

http://crackberry.com/node/182125

Time and marketing are what Facebook can provide for BlackBerry. By doing so they can drive the value of the deal and return huge value in their new hardware alliance/division. Facebook speaks to over 850 million users. They are in a premium position to get the much needed word out about BB10, with direct marketing and ads on their pages.

Facebook could also bring the mobile advertising expertise to assist the emerging BlackBerry Social Network, BlackBerry Channels. Facebook could even have its own exclusive channel!

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Apple

Let’s say Apple takes a 49% stake in BlackBerry. Even though Apple is ultra popular, the fact remains that they are losing the battle to Google and Android (think Samsung!). By supporting BlackBerry, Apple could again provide the time and money needed to complete the transition, that BlackBerry needs. Apple, by doing so, acquires a second front to battle Android. BlackBerry and Apple could work together improving Apple’s security. As BlackBerry grows, Apple retains the 49% of revenues.  This would be similar to the rescue that Microsoft and Bill Gates offered Apple, years ago.

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Google

Let’s say Google buys a 49% stake in BlackBerry. This, as with the other prospective partnerships, would provide the time and funding for BlackBerry to market its new OS. Google could retain extra revenue, and share patents (so could any other partner!).  Google could advertise on BlackBerry Channels exclusively, using it’s expertise in on-line ad placements.  Additionally, Google is still first and foremost a service provider. They could develop their apps for BlackBerry and Google could be rewarded (like any other partner) with BlackBerry’s security/BES10 & enterprise offerings. If Google were to do this, it would lessen the view they might be approaching monopoly status with Android.  This is similar to the incentive Microsoft had with Apple back in the late 1980s.

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Microsoft

Let’s say Microsoft invests in a 49% stake in the company.  A non-compete agreement and cross IP sharing deal could be made, as with Google and Apple, or even Lenovo. This would give MS a serious new suite of security and MDM offerings to give it an edge over its competitors, Apple’s, iOS and Google’s, Android. Microsoft could seed BlackBerry OS10, diluting Android’s and iOs’ reach. Honestly, though, with its own strategy of seeding Windows 8, cross platform, we don’t see Microsoft buying a stake in BlackBerry for anything but the patents and BES10/NOC.

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Samsung

It is not clear that Samsung would want to partner with BlackBerry, as it has no more to gain than say Microsoft, Apple or Google.  Samsung is developing its own OS and already has its own version of Android that is very successful. It is neck and neck in the running with Apple for shear volume of hardware out in the global market.

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Sony

This company is like Lenovo, but with a bigger hardware presence outside its own borders. Sony could benefit from the new BlackBerry 10 OS on its handsets, helping to differentiate it from Android and iOS or even Windows 8. Also, Sony, like Lenovo, would have security advantages using the BlackBerry OS10 on cell phones, which might lead to easier access to the BlackBerry NOC/BES10 than for even Lenovo. Sony had a partnership with Ericsson which never amounted to larger market shares.  It might be willing to take a chance with a new BlackBerry partnership.  We note that BlackBerry OS 10 phones were left out of the Japanese market by BBRY.  Could this be a way to entice Sony with exclusivity in Japan, in exchange for its financial backing?

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Lenovo

Let’s say Lenovo took a 49% or less  stake in the company. Currently Lenovo has no mobile OS to call its own. Gaining a toe hold into BB10 may actually benefit them the most. By only having a 49% or less holding in BlackBerry,  the security regulators would be hard pressed to frown upon the deal, if BlackBerry retains confidential the NOC and security side of the business.  Together, BlackBerry and Lenovo, could  dominate the Asian markets. Lenovo (like Facebook) would benefit in new ways that all the others wouldn’t, via the much needed mobile hardware/software and services expertise that BlackBerry would bring.  BlackBerry would gain the financial backing it needs to finish its transition to BlackBerry 10 and machine to machine ventures with the new BBM, NOC/BES10 services. This partnership offers both sides benefits, as in the case with Facebook, whereas any prospective Microsoft, Google, Apple partnership, would most benefit BlackBerry. Any control of BlackBerry by the latter three companies or even Samsung, would most likely lead to a sell off and break up of BlackBerry.

Maybe, in the end, the biggest motivator that each one of these prospective partners has to enter into a new partnership with BlackBerry is to simply stop one of the others from accomplishing it first. Also, any prospective partner could get an advantage, in addition to the patents, and NOC/BES10, in the new machine to machine world via BlackBerry’s QNX:

https://pfcsystems.wordpress.com/2013/10/27/blackberry-an-alternative-reality-an-alternative-future/

News is breaking everyday that supports BlackBerry’s market offerings of Security first, with its unique MDM able to control not only Blackberry devices, but also iOS and Android devices. A cloud capability is also coming soon. Security is a marketable feature and BlackBerry needs to do a better job of advertising it, not only to enterprise grade customers but also to their everyday consumers who would be leery to learn about the databases of SMS and e-mail messages Google collects.

In summary, BlackBerry needs capital to market its new BlackBerry 10 portfolio and to buy it time to do so while completing its transition to the new platform while bringing new NOC services to the public/enterprise, BES10, BBM and BBM Channels.  The two most obvious/often recognized suitors that would also gain most from a partnership with BlackBerry, are Lenovo and Facebook.  Sony would also gain as much, if not as prominent a suitor. It’s not likely that Facebook has the assets on hand to flat out buy BlackBerry.  Even if Lenovo could do so, it would face regulatory issues in Canada and the USA, leaving a partnership option the only path to move forward.  Apple, Microsoft and Google, would have less to gain from a partnership with BlackBerry, having their own hardware/software vertically integrated, already.  These three companies, as well as Samsung, would most likely use the patent portfolio and the NOC/BES10 secure servers/software to their advantages in gaining access to enterprise clients.

Stay tuned, as the cat will be let out of the bag, on or before November 4, 2013!  Ofcourse, BlackBerry may decide to stay the course, on its own, public and Canadian, having acquired a second wind.  Or, perhaps Mike Lazaridis might come into the picture, as part of the Fairfax deal or with other partners. What does your crystal ball say will happen?  Tell us below in the comments!

UPDATE November 1, 2013 11:00 am:

The lines are drawn and the sides for battle have been determined!  The Rockstar consortium including the partners, Apple, BlackBerry,Microsoft, SONY and Ericsson, are engaged in a lawsuit against Google and everything Android (Samsung, HTC, Huawei);

BlackBerry has new BFFs in its consortium partners, and one of these companies, or Lenovo, or Facebook, is on the right side to help BlackBerry as discussed above!  Check this out:

Google, Samsung Sued by “Rockstar” Consortium

https://pfcsystems.wordpress.com/2013/11/01/google-samsung-sued-by-consortium-owned-by-apple-microsoft-blackberry-sony/

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