The weBoost eqo hopes to blanket your home in great cellular coverage

The weBoost eqo boosts cellular signal throughout your home

If you want to boost the cellular reception in your home, weBoost's latest product, the eqo Cellular Signal Booster, might be what you're looking for. Compatible with Verizon, AT&T, and other major networks, eqo enhances cellular signals for greater reach across your home. You can find the eqo on Amazon now for $349.99. You'll just need to place the eqo in an area that is receiving a...

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Save up to 70% on select Crucial and Lexar storage products at Amazon

Save up to 70% on select Crucial and Lexar storage products at Amazon

Amazon's Deal of the Day can score you up to 70% savings on various hard drives, memory cards, memory and more from Lexar and Crucial. Whether you need a new hard drive for your computer, some RAM to speed it up a bit, or a new memory card for your phone, you won't want to miss out on this deal. Some of the deals include: Crucial 480GB Internal SSD - $100 Crucial 960GB Internal SSD - $200...

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Grab SanDisk's 128GB microSD card for just £25 at Amazon

128GB SanDisk Ultra microSD card

Amazon UK is selling the 128GB SanDisk Ultra microSD card for just £25. The deal shaves more than half off the card's usual retail price of £59. If you're looking to expand the storage on your phone or tablet, now is the ideal time to do it. The deal is valid for one day only, so be sure to head to Amazon from the link below to get your hands on the 128GB SanDisk Ultra for £25. See at...

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Sprint may not sell the BlackBerry Priv after all

Sprint may not sell the BlackBerry Priv after all

Update - As per BlackBerry CEO John Chen, Sprint will no longer offer the BlackBerry Priv. .@Sprint will not carry PRIV. Get it at https://t.co/QsCUsMbeq3 @ATT @TMobile @Verizon— John Chen (@JohnChen) April 11, 2016 Despite earlier confirmation coming from BlackBerry CEO John Chen during CES 2016 that the BlackBerry Priv would be arriving on Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, it now appears as...

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Mobile Nations Weekly: HoloMazing

Mobile Nations Weekly: HoloMazing

Double the cameras, double the tours, double the holograms. This week in tech: Huawei goes double with the P9 phone with dual Leica cameras and BlackBerry starts up their Priv Marshmallow beta. Things were relatively quiet in the Apple space, sans more rumors about the iPhone 7 and fancy new Apple Watch Hermes bands. But the really cool stuff is happening in, of all places, Windows land. Yes...

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T-Mobile Netherlands may borrow strategy from its U.S. brother in turnaround attempt

In order to remedy issues with T-Mobile Netherlands, parent company Deutsche Telekom is reportedly planning to take a page out of the book of its U.S. counterpart. While T-Mobile Netherlands has lost over 1 million subscribers in the last three years, T-Mobile US has been consistently adding subscribers for the last couple of years, thanks in large part to aggressive pricing and promotions....

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BlackBerry and Fast Telecom sign distribution agreement

BlackBerry and Fast Telecom sign distribution agreement

One of the key points made by BlackBerry CEO John Chen during the Q4 Fiscal 2016 earnings call was that BlackBerry was needing to ramp up their distribution and now BlackBerry and Fast Telecom have announced that they have signed a distribution agreement. "Today, Fast Telecom and BlackBerry have signed an agreement that will enhance the footprint of BlackBerry devices and widen the...

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John Chen

Even though BlackBerry sold just 600,000 handsets in its last fiscal quarter, the company's CEO John Chen is keeping it in the hardware business, at least for now. In a new interview, Chen repeated his earlier statements about the company planning to launch two new two mid-range Android phones later in 2016. One with a physical keyboard and one with a full touchscreen. According to The...

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Verizon and Google said to be preparing bids for Yahoo

Verizon and Google said to be preparing bids for Yahoo

Verizon is reportedly preparing to make a first-round bid for Yahoo next week. Both Verizon and its AOL subsidiary are said to be in talks with three separate financial institutions about the bid. Google may also make its own bid for the beleaguered company. From Bloomberg: Verizon Communications Inc. plans to make a first-round bid for Yahoo Inc.'s Web business next week, and is willing...

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Verizon offers three free months of HBO Now for new lines or upgrades

Verizon

Verizon is aiming to get the TV binge-watching audience with its latest promotional offer. It will give customers who switch to Verizon Wireless, along with current users who upgrade or activate a new line, three free months of access to HBO Now, which is normally worth about $45. The carrier's press release states: To be eligible you'll need to upgrade or activate a new line on a smart...

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We're giving away a BlackBerry Priv or Passport! Enter now!

We're giving away a BlackBerry Priv or Passport! Enter now!

It's time to announce the winner of our March contest, and to get our next contest underway! We decided to go ahead and let the winner choose if they'd prefer a BlackBerry Priv or Passport again this time! You can find all the details on that below, but first, let's go ahead and reveal who the winner of our last giveaway is! Everyone please join me in congratulation CrackBerry reader ams083...

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T-Mobile's latest plan offers two lines with 6GB of LTE data each for $80 a month

T-Mobile is launching yet another limited-time promotion for new customers. This time, the carrier is offering a plan for two lines, each with 6GB of LTE data, for $80 a month. T-Mobile says: "Families who want fewer lines deserve a better option and we're giving them one! Don't let Verizon trick you with their misleading ads. They lure you in with the promise of a 'Large' serving of...

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John Chen: BlackBerry committed to India, eyeing revival

John Chen: BlackBerry committed to India, eyeing revival

During a visit to India, BlackBerry CEO John Chen reiterated the brand's commitment to the country. Chen is meeting with BlackBerry employees, partners, and government officials in India, where the vendor has signed two new partners for its enterprise and mobility solutions. In an interview with Economic Times, Chen said: India at one time was quite a big market for us. Over the years,...

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BlackBerry introduces BBM LIFE – a new daily content channel for customers in Indonesia

Indonesia remains a huge market for BBM – 58 million users – and to help continue that growth, BlackBerry recently launched a new daily content BBM Channel for customers in Indonesia named BBM LIFE. As highlighted in a blog post on Inside BlackBerry from Senior Vice President - Emerging Solutions at BlackBerry, Matthew Talbot, BBM LIFE is their latest initiative to establish a commercial...

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Google and BlackBerry hosting 'Bringing Android to Work with BlackBerry Software' webinar

Continuing their co-hosted webinars, BlackBerry and Google have scheduled another for Wed, Apr 13, 2016. This time around, the webinar and live Q&A will focus on bringing Android to work with BlackBerry software and how the Secure EMM Suites + Android for Work address mobile productivity, security and manageability concerns. Android is the world's most popular mobile platform, with an...

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Android N Developer Preview might expand to non-Nexus phones

Android N Developer Preview might expand to non-Nexus phones

While the current Android N Developer Preview is restricted to Google's own Nexus lineup (just as in years past), Google may be looking to expand testing to OEM partner phones as well. Spotted in a bit of hidden HTML code on the Android N Preview site (via FUNExtreme on Reddit), a bit of text intended for the "What's New" section hints that more devices will be supported in the future,...

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Sprint to raise $2.2 billion by selling and leasing back network assets

Sprint to raise $2.2 billion by selling and leasing back network assets

Sprint has announced a plan to shore up its financial house by striking a deal to sell portions of its network assets for $2.2 billion and then lease them back. As part of the deal, Sprint says the transaction will see network assets shifted to several remote entities (referred to collectively as Network LeaseCo) to be used as collateral for loans. From Sprint: Network LeaseCo will acquire...

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John Chen discusses BlackBerry security and E-mail

John Chen discusses BlackBerry security and E-mail

It would seem as though John Chen has had enough of the speculation that 'BlackBerry technology may have been deployed in a non-approved manner, placing sensitive government information at risk' in regards to Hillary Clinton. Although Chen doesn't mention Clinton directly, in the new blog post on Inside BlackBerry he points readers to the Washington Post and uses it as an example to reiterate '...

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Amazon expands Prime same-day delivery to more metro areas in the U.S.

Amazon Prime

Amazon has announced the online retail giant has expanded its Prime same-day delivery service to more metro areas in the U.S. These include Charlotte, Cincinnati, Fresno, Louisville, Milwaukee, Nashville, Raleigh, Richmond, Sacramento, Stockton, and Tucson, as well as new areas in Central New Jersey, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and San Diego. This delivery option allows consumers to...

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Charge and sync your BlackBerry Classic with ease for just $16.95 today!

Charge and sync your BlackBerry Classic with ease for just $16.95 today!

Tired of hunting down that pesky USB cable that always seems to be hiding so you can charge or sync your Classic? BlackBerry's official sync pod is the perfect addition to any desk or nightstand so you can do just that and find it easily. Today, you can save $13 on the purchase, making it just $16.95.

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