E-readers are too slow. Tablets like the iPad are too expensive and have battery life measured in hours instead of days. A stylus on my phone is too slippery and too slick. Pencil and paper? That's the holy grail — and the reMarkable 2's combination of focused software and awesome hardware finally replaced it for me.
The AirPods Pro 2 are the best all-around earbuds I've ever used ... but I never really wanted them in the first place. The new tips, better ANC, and a few other changes tempted me to try them, and now I can't live without 'em! Here's why they're my one of my top 22 devices this year.
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is so good I bought several. Since Samsung relaunched the original Galaxy Fold, I've loved their foldables range. The first Fold featured a lot of compromises and questionable decisions that could have made the entire industry a non-starter, but every Fold since has massively improved the range. I've used all four Galaxy Folds, and the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is so...
Whether you're picking up the KEY2 as an upgrade to your current BlackBerry, coming to BlackBerry for the first time, or returning out of fond memories you have of that BlackBerry you used to own, the KEY2 brings a lot to the table.
The BlackBerry Motion is a purpose-driven smartphone designed to get you through your day, help you do more and do it effortlessly. In that mission, it succeeds, with enough juice left to enjoy your downtime. Here's our full review of the Motion!
The BlackBerry KEYone is arguably the best phone BlackBerry has ever made. As such, you want a truly compelling and beautiful case to go with it right? Of course, you do! Well, SatchelSatchel heard you, and boy did they answer.
Ironically, it took not BlackBerry to make a BlackBerry Smartphone that pushes all the right buttons. The KEYone by BlackBerry Mobile merges the best of the classic BlackBerry experience with Android in a package that is distinctly BlackBerry.
Back in 2007 when I started here at CrackBerry, I never imagined that one day I would be writing about BlackBerry's third Android device being available but here we are. The DTEK60 has arrived and after having spent some time with the device, it's time to take a look beyond our initial hands-on and see how well the DTEK60 stands up to everyday use.
The release of the Priv was BlackBerry's first trip into the Android world, and it was not without some bumps in the road. The BlackBerry Android software, at the time, still had room to grow and pricing was a little on the high side for a lot of folks. Now, the DTEK50 is here, BlackBerry's Android software has had time to grow and improve, and we're once again taking a look at what...
I haven't used a Seidio case since the old BlackBerry smartphones. However, when I saw one become available for the BlackBerry Priv, I picked one up straight away to give it a try again. If you've been thinking about picking up this case for your Priv, read on and see if it's the case for you.
The Leather Flip case for the BlackBerry Priv took a leaf out Samsung's S-View cases and put a window into the front cover. Allowing you to check your messages and answer calls without having to open the cover at all.
The first accessory I got for my BlackBerry Priv was the leather pouch in tan. For every BlackBerry smartphone I have owned, I have purchased a leather pouch (except for the Passport, as there was none), so it wasn't going to be any different when I got my hands on a Priv. I decided to get it in tan this time, just to switch things up a little. From the pictures alone, you notice...
BlackBerry Priv owners looking to secure their device without the bulk have the option of using the Slide-Out Hard Shell Case. This thin, lightweight case comes in two pieces that snap together to protect your Priv from normal wear and tear on a daily basis while also giving full access to all ports, buttons, and camera.
What happens when you take BlackBerry's productivity, security and fantastic keyboard and couple it with Android? You end with the Priv and possibly one the most interesting devices to be released in all of 2015.