In an open letter released yesterday on Twitter and Facebook, BlackBerry tells its customers that they can continue to count on the
The letter alludes to BlackBerry's
The letter also says BlackBerry doesn't underestimate the situation it faces.
It says ``difficult changes'' -- such as a 40 per cent reduction of its global workforce -- will strengthen the company.
BlackBerry has struggled this year as sales of its latest smartphones failed to catch fire.
And documents filed in the U-S say BlackBerry co-founders
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