Sprint kills 2-year contracts for smartphones

Sprint kills 2-year contracts for smartphones

Sprint has gone through with its plans to 2-year contracts for smartphones, according to an internal document sent to our sister site, Android Central, by an anonymous tipster. According to the document below, customers activating a new account with Sprint will no longer have the option of subsidizing their smartphone purchase with a 2-year agreement. Tablets, apparently, are still able to be...

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Camera++ and Effetica Pro are now on sale for a limited time

For a limited time Camera++ and Effetica Pro get a price reduction of up to 50% off

No matter what level of expertise we possess when it comes to photography, be it novice or expert, we strive to capture the perfect shot to track important events, milestones, and all of the special moments in-between. Camera++ and Effetica Pro are two such advanced photography and editing applications with which one can edit, customize, and exert more control over their images. As part of a...

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile is adding even more services to its recently launched Binge On program, which allows its customers to stream video from select services on the carrier's network with no data plan penalty. The new services include A&E, Lifetime, HISTORY, PlayStation Vue, Tennis Channel Anywhere, FuboTV, Kidoodle TV, Curiosity Stream, Fandor, Newsy, ODK Media, Lifetime Movie Club, and FYI. T-...

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Dossier adds export capabilities, duplicates check and more in latest version

Dossier adds export capabilities, duplicates check, bug fixes and more in latest version

Dossier for BlackBerry 10, the app from Tundra Core Studios that helps business users respond to client demands, has gained a few new features. The demands of the business world present various challenges which need to be met, and one of them is being able to provide prompt customer support and deliver their goods and services reliably. Always seeking to improve their application and provide...

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DBPOWER sports armband just $3.50 at Amazon

DBPOWER is offering a 50 percent savings on its sports armband at Amazon with the coupon code D4YPGOPP, so you'll only pay $3.50. There are three different size pouches to fit your smartphone of choice in it, whether it be large or small. The pouch allows you to place your smartphone, a house key, ID and even cash if you need it inside, and then it gets strapped to your arm. This is a great...

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CES 2016, Day 3: HP, Netflix, Dell, Honor, and more!

CES 2016, Day 3: HP, Netflix, Dell, Honor, and more!

CES officially opened today, and the show floor was absolutely packed with the latest and greatest wares from companies around the globe. Sure, a lot of the big announcements were yesterday, but that didn't stop anybody from rolling out even more new gadgets and services. This is CES, after all, and what's a day of CES without a bunch of new tech? 06 January HP goes premium Early in its...

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BlackBerry clears up the misconceptions surrounding John Chen's compensation

Chances are if you keep on BlackBerry news, you will have recently read the report put out by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) that claimed John Chen was the highest-paid CEO in Canada with total earnings of more than $89.7 million in 2014. At the time the report was issued, it seemed a little off in regards to how that number was established and as such, we chose not to post...

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BlackBerry Priv launching on Verizon 'by the end of March'

BlackBerry Priv launching on Verizon 'by the end of March'

BlackBerry CEO John Chen has already confirmed that the BlackBerry Priv is headed to more carriers soon, and we now have confirmation that one of them, Verizon, is planning to carry the phone by the end of March, if not sooner. The news comes by way of Verizon's VP of communications Jeffrey Nelson on Twitter: We expect to have the @BlackBerry #PRIV on the nation's most reliable network by the...

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John Chen discusses BlackBerry's CES 2016 announcements, security and the smartphone market

Following BlackBerry's CES 2016 presentation, BlackBerry CEO John Chen sat down with CNBC's Jon Fortt to discuss some of the announcements such as QNX's Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), the new Acoustics Management Platform (AMP) as well as the collaboration between Ford and QNX. Also on tap for conversation, of course, was BlackBerry's security business and how BlackBerry is...

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BlackBerry Priv

Owners of the BlackBerry Priv will have to wait a bit longer to find out when the Android-based smartphone will be updated to the current Marshmallow version. During a CES 2016 presentation, BlackBerry executive Ron Louks stated that news about when the update will be released will be revealed sometime in the first quarter of 2016. Louks also stated there will be news on new third-party...

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QNX showcases the building blocks for Automated Driving at CES 2016

QNX showcases the building blocks for Automated Driving at CES 2016

Ahead of CES 2016, QNX promised to show us their vision for the evolution of automated driving and they've now done so by showcasing advances in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications, and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications. and OS technologies that will enable autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles. "QNX has the unique advantage of...

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QNX showcases new software platform for automated driving

QNX showcases software platform for automated driving

QNX has been busy behind the scenes, bringing a number of big announcements to CES 2016. The latest announcement from the team is a new software platform for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and automated driving. With this platform, automotive companies will be able to build a full range of automated driving systems, from informational ADAS modules that provide 360 degree surround...

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BlackBerry Priv confirmed for Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint by John Chen

BlackBerry Priv

While there have been plenty of leaks and rumors about the BlackBerry Priv coming to more carriers in the future, the CEO of the company, John Chen, has confirmed that the Android-based smartphone will soon be available from Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Chen made the announcement as part of a CES 2016 presentation. AT&T is the only current U.S. carrier for the Priv, but their...

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QNX announces Acoustics Management Platform for in-car audio

QNX announces new Acoustics Management Platform

QNX, a subsidiary of BlackBerry, has announced a new Acoustics Management Platform (AMP) which it will use to manage in-car acoustics better. Currently, modern vehicles contain multiple acoustic and audio signal-processing systems that all run at the same time, often interacting with each other. Sometimes these interactions are unpredictable, making for a not-so-great experience. QNX's AMP...

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BlackBerry partners with Sharecare to accelerate consumer-driven healthcare and enable secure communication

BlackBerry and Sharecare, a leading digital health and wellness engagement platform, have announced a new strategic technology collaboration at CES 2016. The partnership will see BlackBerry integrate Sharecare's proprietary fractal voice analysis into BlackBerry's secure messaging to increase consumer self-awareness, reduce stress and improve relationships, all while providing the gold-standard...

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Netflix expands to 130 new countries, including India, Russia and South Korea

Netflix expands to 130 new countries, including India, Russia and South Korea

Netflix is now available nearly everywhere in the world, with one big exception. Company CEO Reed Hastings revealed during his CES 2016 keynote speech that the streaming video service has gone live in 130 new countries, including India, Russia and South Korea. Hastings noted that Netflix is still not available in China, but he stated the company is working to add that country to the list in...

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BlackBerry expands Priv sales to Italy, Spain and the Netherlands

BlackBerry Priv

BlackBerry continues to expand sales of its recently launched Priv smartphone. The Android-based device is now available on the local ShopBlackBerry sites in Italy, Spain and the Netherlands, for the price of €779. Previously, the Priv was released in the U.S, Canada, the UK and Germany. BlackBerry stated today: We're still hard at work getting the PRIV out to as many markets as possible...

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CES 2016, Day 2: Huawei, Samsung, LG, HTC, HP and more!

CES 2016, Day 2: Huawei, Samsung, LG, HTC, HP and more!

The day before CES is a tradition for the tech media: it's press day. The biggest companies all trot out their latest gear in rapid fashion, and we write about it, take photos of it, and put our hands on it so we can give you a quick taste of what these new wares are like and whether or not you might want them. That day is today. There's a lot to it this year, so let's get started! 05 January...

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