BlackBerry Ltd. is talks with Cisco Systems Inc., Google Inc. and SAP AG about its possible sale, Reuters reported Monday. The news service, citing anonymous sources, said BlackBerry was in talks "about selling them all or parts of itself.” The company has also asked for “preliminary expressions of interest from potential strategic buyers,” such as Intel Corp., LG Corp., and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Reuters said, adding it is not clear which, if any, of those companies will bid for BlackBerry. The Wall Street Journal reported last week that New York-based private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management LP was also looking at a possible acquisition of the company. BlackBerry said last month that it is seeking a sale and plan to go private through a tentative offer from Toronto investment firm FairFax Financial Holdings Ltd., which proposes to lead investors in an acquisition for $4.7 billion US, or $9 US per share. If a foreign-owned company proposes a deal to acquire BlackBerry, the Conservative federal cabinet would have to approve it under the Investment Canada Act.