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BlackBerry Priv will come to T-Mobile on January 26th

To the surprise of everyone, BlackBerry has made and announced an Android phone with a physical keyboard this year. The phone seems to be the company’s last hope to stay in the mobile arena, and the phone has to sale. If BlackBerry has learned anything from its competitors, it is that being exclusive to one carrier will not […]

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BlackBerry Priv is getting a price cut in Febuary

While many are excited by the release of BlackBerry’s first Android phone, there is one thing that bug everyone about the PRIV: the price tag. While it is the best former RIM can offer, for the fan, it is not enough for the fan to choke up $700 for the phone. Well, it seems like CEO […]

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Qualcomm now allows Qi charging on smartphones with metal exterior

While I do love a metal unibody device like the HTC One M9, what I love more is Qi charging, or any wireless charging technology for that matter. Here is the problem: smartphones like the HTC One M9, while gorgeous, are unable to equip some of the latest wireless charging technology due to its metal […]

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Another BlackBerry Passport is on the way?

Like a physical QWERTY keyboard? A square display? A passport-sized phone? Email a lot? If you answer yes to most of the question here, then you are the target of the BlackBerry Passport. Last year, the company went out of its way to standout and launched the Passport, a passport-sized phone. After that, BB stayed quite […]

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New mid-tier SoC is added to Qualcomm’s line up

Qualcomm not just known for the high-end SoC like the Snapdragon 810, it is also known for the lower end model that are living in almost all well-known mid-range device. From the Lumia 400s, 500s, 600s, 700s and 800s series, to Android devices like the Moto G, HTC Desires and Samsung’s Galaxy Minis. Well, today, Qualcomm […]

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TL;DR: “Apps don’t matter” until it does

I have been a supporter for underdog platforms for quite a while now. However, all of them: Windows, BlackBerry, Jolla, Fire all have the same problems-apps availability. Now, I know what I am about to walk into, there will be people saying things like “Apps don’t matter” or “at most I use 10 apps.” Well, […]

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BlackBerry Passport is coming to AT&T with a new look

While the glory day of BlackBerry in the US market has passed, the company is still making cell phone. Last fall, we saw the introduction of the BlackBerry Passport with an industrial design and a new, innovative keyboard. However, if you want it, you have to import it from Canada, which is a problem as […]

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Smartphones’ tramp stamp will soon be gone

Beside carrier’s logo, the tramp stamp that OEMs forces to put on are just the absolute worse. Stupid FCC ID, Lead-free construction and the “Do not dispose in trash” icon are unnecessary and like tramp stamp, make anything accompanies it looks ridiculous. For years, many companies tried many tricks like hide it under the battery or have […]

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The official GameBoy emulator is coming to mobile devices…?

Over the years, with improved technology, the rectangular piece in your pocket has become more powerful than ever. With all of that in your hand, the idea of buying another handheld game set to become a bit of a burden more than a utility. Don’t get me wrong, playing Super Mash Bros on the 3DS […]

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Snapshot tackles its security problems in the most controversial way

Selfies, pictures of food, dog, cat and pretty much whatever happen in your life, along with a tag line, with 6 seconds viability is what Snapchat has been known for. While it is now one of the most popular apps across all platforms, the company has had trouble with keeping pirates away from the customers’ confidential […]