How Did the Blackberry Get Its Name?


It is said that the BlackBerry gets its' name from for two reasons: the color black and berries. It is said that someone remarked about the appearance the tiny buttons on the phone resembling seeds or berries. Some names were thrown around to include strawberry and melon but it was thought that they didn't sound right. In the end, BlackBerry was chosen because the phone was black and the buttons having resembled berries.
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