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Left behind, BlackBerry licking wounds

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When she headed the Center for Economic Growth in Albany a decade ago, Kelly Waters (formerly Kelly Lovell) was a big fan of the BlackBerry. Legions of business executives like her were so addicted to the mobile device’s then-novel ability to send and receive email on the run that the gadget was dubbed the CrackBerry. Nowadays, Waters uses an iPhone — “begrudgingly,” she says — also like many of the device’s former devotees. BlackBerrys once ...

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