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BlackBerry Messenger will soon be the latest messaging service to die

Business Insider Friday, 19 April 2019
BlackBerry Messenger will soon be the latest messaging service to die· BBM, formerly known as BlackBerry Messenger, will be shut down on May 31.
· Emtek, the company that now runs the messaging service, tried to revive it, but said that "users have moved on."
· BBM users will need to download their photos and files from the service before it shuts down, because they won't be able to access...
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