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Gadget makers jockey for edge in holiday lineups

Holiday gadgets: Microsoft phones, Google gadgets

Apple stock wilts on worries about iPhone demand

Samsung unveils smartwatch to power Galaxy Note sales

BlackBerry sale may be wrapped up as soon as November: WSJ

China's ambitious handset makers face tough sell in U.S.

BlackBerry abandons bid to sell itself, CEO out

Lenovo defies PC slump with 35 percent profit jump

Cerberus investment fund eyes BlackBerry bid: source

Tech trends set stage for mobile, playful 2014

Stocks rise on strong US economic growth

PVH, Signet Jewelers, Fred's are big movers

Amazon could shake up sector with smartphone

BlackBerry reverses plunge

Android grabs 85% of smartphone market

BlackBerry defeats NXP in U.S. trial over patents

BlackBerry sells Canadian properties for $278 mln

T-Mobile to stop selling BlackBerrys in US

MWC: Smartphone makers courting cost-conscious consumers

Fairfax raises stake in Canada's Torstar to 22.7 percent

Ericsson bets on 3G in fast-growing Africa telecoms

BlackBerry closes chapter on restructuring process

Blackberry has no immediate plans to crack 'sensitive' China market

Big week for gadgets ahead of new Apple iPhone

Holiday gadgets: Samsung launches Note II phone

Smartphone management flaws puts users at risk, researchers say

Samsung, BlackBerry speed arrivals of new smartphones

BlackBerry sale may be wrapped up as soon as November - WSJ

BlackBerry unveils new Z30 smartphone

WhatsApp deal shows stunning growth of messaging apps

RIM posts larger-than-expected loss, shares plunge

Stock indexes little changed after a 3-day rally

Stocks slip, ending seven months of gains in S&P

AP reviews new smartphones: Moto X and more

BlackBerry maker's stock up on hopes for comeback

Amazon joins gadget makers jockeying for edge

A look at BlackBerry maker Research in Motion

Google Settles on Patents, Other Antitrust Items

Dow: Six records, six sessions

Three BlackBerry execs leaving smartphone maker

BlackBerry scraps search for buyer, ousts CEO

Microsoft swallows Nokia's handset business for $7.2 billion