Just a few years ago, people were so attached to their Blackberrys (BBRY) that the devices were nicknamed Crackberrys. Well, times have changed. 

Apple's (APPL) iPhone and Google (GOOG) Android devices are so ubiquitous these days, that seeing a Blackberry in the wild now feels like a rarity. In fact, it is so rare, that TheStreet's Rhonda Schaffler walked out onto Wall Street offering $5 to anyone who can show us a Blackberry device.

Little surprise, these days, Blackberry users were hard to find.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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