Watch the BLACKBERRY movie trailer!
The trailer for the new BLACKBERRY movie is here and it's looking the like the movie will definitely be worth watching!
Google will pay you a measly $1.50 a week to track EVERYTHING on your phone
Google already tracks a lot of your data, whether you want them to or not. But for a mere pittance they'll track even more of it! Why? All so they can better sell ads to put in front of your face. Cooooooool.
Nomad's High Volta iPhone and Apple Watch bands are intensely yellow
Nomad makes sine truly excellent accessories for Apple devices, and the newest editions of their Sport Case for iPhone and Sport Band for Apple Watch are amazing — and amazingly yellow.
Samsung plays it safe with the new Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra
Stop me if you've heard this one before: Samsung's new top-end Galaxy S23 lineup features a 6.1-inch smartphone, a bigger 6.6-inch S23+, and an even-larger Galaxy S23 Ultra that goes all-out on the cameras.
ChatGPT's totally predictable disruption of education
The moment ChatGPT was unveiled the outcome for education was obvious: students were absolutely going to use it. But does it count as cheating?
It took Bluetooth and water conservation to get me to try aromatherapy
Can a showerhead with Bluetooth and aromatherapy tablets really make that much of a difference? To find out, I got wet for science.
US Justice Department seeks antitrust break-up of Google
The Department of Justice is going after Google's real business: advertising.
Twitter just murdered a cottage industry of better Twitter apps
Twitter's relationship with third-party client developers has always been tenuous. Now it's over.
A new Captain, a new course, a new-ish CrackBerry
Hi there. You might've seen my name around on here a fair bit recently, starting with a blast of CES 2023 coverage. I'm Derek, and I'm excited to take on a new challenge as the Editor-in-Chief of CrackBerry.com.
Layoffs come to Google as 12,000 lose their jobs to fund AI
Six percent of Google's workforce is being fired, and the company made clear why: they need to focus more resources on AI development before somebody eats their lunch.
The Galaxy S23 will have patently absurd 200MP camera sensor
How many pixels do you really need? If you thought the megapixel wars of years past were behind us, Samsung wants you to think again.
Do What You Love, Love What You Do
CrackBerry Kevin returns from CES in Las Vegas with an epiphany... and CrackBerry.com gets a new Editor-in-Chief?!
Microsoft cuts 10,000 jobs in latest huge layoffs to hit the tech sector
Following big layoffs at Amazon, Salesforce, and other large tech firms, Microsoft is slashing its headcount by 5% while simultaneously making huge investments in AI that may obviate those jobs anyway.
With the updated M2 MacBook Pro and Mac Mini, only one Intel Mac remains
Apple's impressive M-series processors just hit more laptops and desktops, leaving just one Intel Mac on sale: the Mac Pro. It's only a matter of time before it gets an M-series chip too.
The slippery slope of AI-written articles has arrived
It was bound to happen sooner or later: artificial intelligence writing articles on major publications. But is it a bad thing, or just the beginning of the next industrial revolution?