BlackBerry is considering going private after watching its value slump by $78 billion in recent years, to just $5.1 billion as of last week. BlackBerry's long decline speaks to the handset-maker's struggle to adjust to the rise of smartphones, but analysts say some of the company's component parts could still prove valuable to the right buyer. Chief among them: software division QNX, which produces in-car dashboard tools that could prove attractive to any number of tech giants or wireless companies.
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