Blackberry has quit draining formally, at least. In an update spilled to Reuters, CEO John Chen tells staff that three years of job cuts are over, and that the farmer mobile giant can begin developing itself back as opposed to rescuing what’s left of its smartphone domain. However how could it get back to this point? more significantly, how can it able to ricochet back in a time when even a significant number of its corporate clients have proceeded towards Android and iOS? Blackberry is just getting to this point after some grave mistakes and touch decision – yet it finally seems to have a method that, while flawed, at least recognizes a troublesome reality.