BlackBerry Passport launches for $599

When BlackBerry announced its new square-screened effort, I was immediately cynical about it. The device looks incredibly strange and bulky and I say that as someone who really enjoys phablets. Now that the phone has been released for the incredibly expensive price of $599 unlocked or $249 on contract,...

Lenovo completes Motorola acquisition

Lenovo's acquisition of Motorola has been going on since this year's January but as is always the case with deals of this magnitude, things moved quite slowly. Today, however, the $2.91 billion deal has finally been completed, a pretty good price for Lenovo considering Google bought Motorola for $12.5...

Apple’s “Hey Siri” event: Everything that Apple announced

Apple’s annual September event, also known as the ‘Hey Siri’ event this year, has come and went with Apple announcing quite a few things. Many of them were already circulating in rumors so you will not be too surprised if you have been keeping up with the more dedicated...

Microsoft to rebrand Bing apps as MSN ones

It should be quite obvious by now that Microsoft is aiming to revitalize MSN in hopes that the brand will be stronger than what Bing currently is. The company is going hardcore with the changes and will now start rebranding Bing apps with the MSN moniker, starting with the Bing...

Google Now arrives to computers

Anyone who is using the experimental version of Google Chrome called Canary will now have access to Google Now as well. For those of you who do not know, Google now is a self-dubbed personal assistant. The app gathers news, weather updates and calendars to help you complete tasks...

Microsoft keeps Nokia phones alive with $29 Nokia 215

Microsoft's plans for the Nokia brand have not been very stable, even after the company acquired the mobile division of the Finnish company. Microsoft seemed uncertain as to whether it wanted to completely abandon the brand or simply use it for its experiments instead of its flagships. The Redmond...

Samsung force-disabled Windows Update on some of its laptops

Manufacturers will never learn that including bloatware in your system and forcing things upon your buyers is never a good idea. It seems as though no one at Samsung caught wind of the Lenovo Superfish fiasco because the company has just put itself in troubled water as users have found...

Google dished out $25 million for .app domain

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has been very busy with top-level domain auctions since the summer of 2014. The new types of domains are soon going to be extremely useful to major companies and services of the world, something that becomes painfully clear once you...

Google’s Inbox will soon craft smart replies on your behalf

Google’s Inbox email client is already a neat app that serves emails in a unique way and the company is always trying to find more features that traditional email services lack, either due to design choices or because such features do not match their target market. The latest such...

Innerexile’s new screen protect heals scratches in a second

Last year, a company called Innerexile took a place in the spotlight with an iPhone case that could heal itself from light scratches. The neat technology combined with the low price point proved vital to the popularity of the case and the company is now back with an even...

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