BlackBerry President and Chief Executive Officer Thorsten Heins speaks at the BlackBerry 10 launch event at Pier 36 in Manhattan on January 30, 2013 in New York City.  - 

In the age of Android and iPhone dominance, not too many people are interested in buying a BlackBerry anymore. The same could be said for the Canadian company that manufactures the device. On Monday, the smart phone maker announced it would abandon a bid to be taken over by a private group of investors, and that CEO Thorsten Heins will step down. Fairfax Financial Holdings, BlackBerry's largest shareholder, and a group of private investors will give the company a $1 billion cash influx to reorganize. Marketplace Reporter Sabri Ben-Achour has the latest on the news.