BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) May Spin Off BBM As Sale Looms – GOOG, AAPL


Dallas, Texas 08/29/2013 (Financialstrend) – BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB) put itself on sale just weeks back, but the firm may already be looking at other choices for the coming time. As per Dow Jones, the well known firm may be thinking about spinning off its popular Blackberry Messaging service. The service is one of the most often discussed traits, which the company provides.

The Dow Jones piece indicated that Blackberry Ltd was looking to restructure itself with the aim to make BBM operate more as a separate division. This restructuring might not be regarding spinning off BBM, it might be about making it more spectacular in the firm’s arrangement, and making the firm more valuable to purchasers by association.

Blackberry Messenger on Android as well as iOS

Blackberry Messenger has often been talked of as a perfect asset for the firm to utilize with the aim to swell its biz and spread beyond smartphones. The firm is due to turn up on Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS and Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) apparatuses shortly. If the service gets ptedacc on those platforms it may offer an impetus for the spinning off of the biz.

BlackBerry Ltd Pockets Deal For 2,000 Q10 Devices From Univision

BlackBerry Ltd has pocketed a deal for around two thousand Q10 smartphones. The said deal has been bagged from Hispanic broadcaster Univision Communications. The smartphone manufacturer declared that BlackBerry Q10 will substitute all handsets being utilized by staff at Univision.

BlackBerry working to preserve longtime biz clients

BlackBerry Ltd has been making attempts to take orders for its smart devices from longtime biz clients. The Waterloo, Ontario based firm has taken this planned marketing proposal to preserve customers who are switching to rivals’ smartphones such as Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone and gadgets based on Android.

Company’s patent portfolio makes it smart

BlackBerry Ltd is in the middle of assessing viable alternatives to take the firm out of lows that turns it hard to aptly value the firm.