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BlackBerry charge WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram for breaching of Agreement.

BlackBerry is one of the old time smartphone when we are talking about some years back. But when they discovered that the era of BlackBerry was diminishing they quickly dive into BlackBerry Android which allow user to enjoy Android Apps (Z10). 

Late last year there was an article published that WhatsApp will stop working on BlackBerry even though user though it's not possible until now that it become reality, not only WhatsApp that is not working on BlackBerry including Facebook, Instagram. On this note BlackBerry has files law agaianst those mentioned apps for the brach of aggrememnt.

BlackBerry claims the three social media platforms (owned by Facebook) have infringed on seven BBM patents and is asking for monetary damages.

BlackBerry alleges that Facebook and its daughter companies have created messaging apps that infringe on BlackBerry patents covering user interface features, security, battery-efficient status updates, and integrating mobile messaging in games.

Facebook’s Deputy General counsel had this to say about the lawsuit:
“BlackBerry’s suit sadly reflects the current state of its messaging business. Having abandoned its efforts to innovate, BlackBerry is now looking to tax the innovation of others. We intend to fight. – Facebook
Apple and Android was the smartphones that took the crown from BlackBerry in the smartphone industry. Now, BlackBerry has fall and converted to Android. TCL is the current manufacturer of BlackBerry Android-powered hardwares that focuses on security and enterprise features.

I think the causes of BlackBerry down-fall is lack of new inventions and these has caused many users switching to better smartphone, recently Android and iPhone has taking over from BlackBerry, nothing can be done.

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