In an interview with CNBC, John Chen hinted that BlackBerry may have another strategy up its sleeve when it comes to the future of apps on its platform. During the interview Chen says "I am not at liberty to say what we are doing beyond the Amazon apps, but we are working hard at it." Exactly what the plans could entail, or when we could see any changes come are unknown, but it is good to see that BlackBerry has not just become complacent with their Amazon partnership.
Be sure to watch the full interview, to see all of what Chen had to say to CNBC. What do you think he has in store? Sound off in the comments and let us know your thoughts.
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