BlackBerry Ltd.’s fourth-quarter earnings show the company is a getting smaller proportion of its revenue from hardware and a bigger slice from services. Results released in a press release Friday showed BlackBerry got 56 per cent of its revenue from services, 37 per cent from hardware, and seven per cent from software and other sources in the quarter ended March 1. Its release for the same quarter a year earlier showed that hardware sales accounted for 61 per cent of revenue, services were at 36 per cent, and software and other sources of revenue were at three per cent. BlackBerry said in its earnings release Friday that revenue was $976 million US in its fourth quarter, down 64 per cent from $2.7 billion US one year earlier. Its total loss for the last quarter was $423 million US, compared to net earnings of $98 million US one year before. Adjusted to factor out one-time items, BlackBerry said it lost $42 million US from continuing operations in the last quarter, compared to what it said a year earlier was adjusted earnings of $114 million US. BlackBerry said it recognized revenue in the last quarter on 1.3 million BlackBerry device sales, down from 1.9 million in the previous quarter.