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Orange France offering limited time special pricing on the BlackBerry KEYone

The BlackBerry KEYone has now arrived at Orange France and for a limited time, the carrier is offering the new Android-powered BlackBerry for €119.90 after €100 refund when you agree to a 24-month term. Should you miss out on the special offer, which runs until August 22nd, the price of the KEYone will go to €219.90 or €599.90 if you purchase the device only.

According to the site, they KEYone is in stock right now and can be shipped out to you for free within 72 hours. Additionally, the @BBMobile Twitter account has noted Orange also has stock available in Paris via Boutique Orange Opéra.

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Best Buy's Cyber Monday in July deals are live: iPad (2017) for $280, 4K TVs under $400 and more!

Best Buy is running its Cyber Monday in July sale, and our friends at Thrifter are here with some of the best deals from it!

Following its Black Friday in July sale, Best Buy is back with a Cyber Monday in July sale. From appliances for your home to a new speaker system for your car, a new iPad for an upcoming present to a new TV for your living room, there are a ton of deals here you'll want to check out. Much like regular Cyber Monday deals, these prices are good for just today, July 24, so don't miss out!

You can also save $5 on select smart lights and outlets, up to $20 on select video game titles, and grab select seasonal K-Cup 18-packs for just $5.99. Be sure to shop the whole sale so you don't miss out on any of the deals!

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Carphone Warehouse knocks £50 off the price of the KEYone, now available for £449

If you live in the UK and still haven't picked up a BlackBerry KEYone, you might want to give Carphone Warehouse a look. The retailer is now offering reduced pricing on the latest Android-powered BlackBerry when you buy it SIM free.

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Snag some Comic-Con deals on movies from Google Play this weekend!

The San Diego Comic-Con is well underway and to celebrate, Google Play has some pretty sweet deals on superhero movies!

Following along with all the news coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con is always fun but if you're looking jump even deeper into the superhero world, why not take in a movie at home this weekend? Right now, Google Play has discounted a bunch of superhero movies that you can rent or purchase. Everything from live action movies to animated features are available, so there's sure to be something that piques your interest!

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Google Play Protect has arrived to keep your Android phone safe from bad apps

If you're using a BlackBerry smartphone powered by Android, chances are you got an update recently from Google and didn't even notice it. Initially announced at Google I/O, Google has now begun rolling out their new security system, Google Play Protect, on any phone with the latest version of Google Play Services.

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BlackBerry strengthens cybersecurity offering for the Canadian and U.S. Governments

As part of their growing BlackBerry Secure portfolio of software, BlackBerry has announced it has expanded its cybersecurity offerings for the public sector to include SecuSUITE for Government, their multi-platform solution for end-to-end encryption of voice calls and text messages.

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Get a Super-Sized Ethical Hacking bundle for just $43!

Hackers pose a serious threat, not only to individuals but also to large corporations. There are vast security structures in place to keep hackers out, but without testing that security, there's no way to know whether it will hold up. That's where ethical hackers come in.

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Ethical hackers are employed to test security systems, and the better they are at hacking, the better they are at their job. In order to become a successful ethical hacker, you really need to know what you're doing, and the training required is usually quite extensive and expensive.

Right now, however, CrackBerry Digital Offers has a deal on a Super-Sized Ethical Hacking bundle. Instead of paying the regular price of $1,080, you'll pay just $43. That's 96 percent off the regular price!

This nine-course bundle will take you from zero to hero with 667 lessons and over 76 hours of training. Courses include:

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If you've been thinking about making the internet a safer place by exposing its vulnerabilities, this is the bundle for you. Ethical hacking is a lucrative career, and this bundle has everything needed for a strong start. Don't wait too long; this deal doesn't last forever.

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BBM and Planet Sport Publishing team up to launch Football365 Worldwide

Looking to keep up to date with all the latest Football (I want to type soccer so bad!) news? Look no further than the BBM Discover menu. BBM in partnership with Planet Sport Publishing have now officially launched Football365 which covers 'all the leagues, teams, and goals worldwide'.

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Reminder: Update WhatsApp on BlackBerry 10 to ensure it continues to work

This is just a reminder for all you folks out there using [WhatsApp](/whatsapp] on BlackBerry 10 to ensure you're running the latest version available from BlackBerry World. We've received quite a few emails, Tweets and forum posts now from folks stating that WhatsApp is no longer working on their BlackBerry 10 devices.

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BlackBerry rolls out new beta versions of Hub Suite+ core apps

A fresh round of beta versions of the Hub Suite+ core apps have now made their way to the Google Play Store and are available for download to those with access. For now, we're seeing BlackBerry Hub+ Services, BlackBerry Keyboard, Contacts, Calendar, Hub, Notes and Tasks, all showing updates. Unfortunately, the changelogs have all been recycled from previous versions this time around so there are no hints as to what's new or might have been addressed in these updates.

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BBM launches travel and tourism discover channel in MENA

Middle Eastern and North African BBM users now have a new section in their Discover menu to check out as BBM has now added Sa2eh as a destination for travel and tourism content.

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Master AI and machine learning for only $25!

Whether we want the robots to one day take over or not, machine learning and AI has become an enormous part of our daily lives. From digital assistants, like Cortana, Siri, Alexa, and more, to marketing applications, video games, and detecting credit card fraud, it's everywhere. That means that programmers in the know are in high demand and will be more and more as this technology progresses. You need to get a foot in the door and build your machine learning and AI knowledge from the ground up.

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It's more complicated than simply Googling AI and figuring things out on your own – you need structured guidance. And maybe you're already in a full-time job and don't have days to spend sitting in university lecture halls, do assignments for classes that you're only taking because you need them to get your degree. You need a goal-oriented series of courses that you can take on your own time, in your own home.

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Machine learning and AI are the way of the future for far more than just humanoid robots. Learn all you can and get in on the development. Get lifetime access to the Complete Machine Learning Bundle and save over $700 with CrackBerry Digital Offers!

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BlackBerry KEYone now available from SFR in France!

After announcing their pre-order availability of the BlackBerry KEYone near the end of June, SFR in France has now begun letting customers know via email that the BlackBerry KEYone is now available for purchase online and in store.

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Rogers BlackBerry KEYone update scheduled for July 17th

If you purchased a BlackBerry KEYone from Rogers and have been wondering where your July update is the Rogers OS upgrade schedule has the answer you seek. According to the schedule, which was recently updated, BlackBerry KEYone owners on Rogers should look for an update on their devices starting on July 17th.

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BlackBerry KEYone now available online from Sprint

After a quick official announcement that the BlackBerry KEYone would finally be hitting a U.S. carrier, Sprint has made the KEYone available for ordering online. Sprint is surprisingly first out of the gate as far as carrier releases go in the States, but we're hopeful (like REALLY hopeful) that they won't be the last. Judging from the wording in their press release — and as we discussed on our latest CrackBerry podcast — we're 99% sure that other carriers will follow soon as well.

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CrackBerry Podcast: The hidden one

On this episode, we dig into some of the latest KEYone news, answer some Twitter questions and discuss some rumored codenames for the next BlackBerry devices.

Now that Kevin has got some rest from all the CrackBerry KEYone Meetups, we managed to get things in line for a CrackBerry podcast. This time around, we discuss all the latest BlackBerry KEYone news including the most recent announcement of Sprint starting sales on July 14, the latest rumors surrounding the next set of BlackBerry devices codenamed 'Krypton' and 'Juno', plus we answer some Twitter questions from listeners. We kept things pretty tight for this one, so settle in and check out the video! We'll get the audio uploaded as soon as possible for those of you out there who prefer to listen rather than watch.

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BlackBerry KEYone will officially go on sale at Sprint starting July 14

Although we had a little bit of a heads up on the release date thanks to comments posted on the Sprint Community Forums, TCL and Sprint have now officially announced that the BlackBerry KEYone will go on sale at Sprint starting July 14.

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Go wireless with 1Voice earbuds for only $53

Wired earbuds can be cumbersome, especially if you're working out or want to listen to audio from your laptop or desktop PC. Why be tethered to a device when you can have complete freedom of movement, while still listening to your favorite tunes, podcasts, or video audio.

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A great pair of Bluetooth headphones is a must own for most folks these days, since you'll be able to connect to virtually any Bluetooth device that produces audio (and you probably own more than a couple). Over-ear headphones, however, can be heavy and probably aren't ideal in every situation, like working out or traveling, so a solid pair of earbuds can go a long way.

The 1Voice Bluetooth earbuds are designed to fit comfortably in your ears and offer a minimalist design that's unassuming and functional. Many Bluetooth earbuds have enormous receivers that look quite odd, but the 1Voice earbuds are merely little cylinders that don't look much different from regular earbuds. Were you to buy these 'buds in-store, you'd end up spending $120, but through CrackBerry Digital Offers, they're just $52.99, a savings of 55%.

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These earbuds can work individually or as a pair, each featuring its own battery and microphone, so you can take calls and activate your AI assistant on the go. You'll get four hours of playback on a single charge playing in stereo or five to six hours of mono playback. Included in the box is a carrying case, charging cable, and rubber ear tips. Invest in a decent set of wireless earbuds, but don't pay through the nose and don't settle for big, awkward receivers. Spend only $53 at CrackBerry Digital Offers and save big.

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This $8 portable battery packs 10000mAh of power to keep your devices going

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a great deal on a portable battery pack you're going to want!

Manufacturers have finally started putting more focus into the battery performance on smartphones, but often times with how busy we are they still don't meet our needs. No one wants to sit connected to a wall to get extra power during the day, and luckily you don't have to. Portable batteries are an investment everyone should make, especially when they are this inexpensive. Right now you can pick up a 10000mAh battery pack from Kmashi for just $7.99 with coupon code 5EX29OBFat Amazon.

This is a discount of $4 off its regular price and brings it around $1.50 lower than we normally see deal prices on it for. It has 2 USB ports so you can easily charge multiple devices at the same time (outputs at 2.1A), and the built-in LEDs show you how much power the battery itself has left. If you struggle to make it through the day with your battery life or need something for when traveling, you won't want to miss this deal.

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BlackBerry KEYone looks set to arrive on Sprint starting July 14

Although it certainly hasn't been any secret that Sprint will be offering the BlackBerry KEYone to their customer base, the date of availability has until now remained at 'this summer'. According to a new posting coming from the Sprint Community Forums, though, Sprint customers looking to get their hands on the BlackBerry KEYone will be able to do so starting on July 14 through direct shipments and all other channels kicking off sales on July 28.

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