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WATERLOO, Ont. -- BlackBerry will stop making its signature smartphones, the company said Wednesday after facing repeated calls to leave the hardware business that was once the basis of its reputation as a global technology leader.

All hardware development and manufacturing will be outsourced to partners, which will license the BlackBerry's technology and brand, while the Canadian company concentrates on growing the software side of its business.

"We have decided to discontinue all the handset hardware development, only hardware," said BlackBerry chairman and CEO John Chen in a conference call with analysts.

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WATERLOO, Ont. -- BlackBerry will stop making its signature smartphones, the company said Wednesday after facing repeated calls to leave the hardware business that was once the basis of its reputation as a global technology leader.

All hardware development and manufacturing will be outsourced to partners, which will license the BlackBerry's technology and brand, while the Canadian company concentrates on growing the software side of its business.

"We have decided to discontinue all the handset hardware development, only hardware," said BlackBerry chairman and CEO John Chen in a conference call with analysts.