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From $400 gaming phones to strong laptops that weigh a little, write a lot and a whole lot more. Plus, watches and headphones!
New mid-range and budget phones to be expected, further availability of the latest BlackBerries and edge-to-edge displays are due in Vegas.
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The Champagne color will be available at both Amazon and Best Buy while the Atomic color is just at Best Buy. And it costs $500.
On our show, Mr. Mobile is taking us along in a hydrogen cell vehicle as we review the best in mobile tech in 2018 and take a view to 2019.
BlackBerry is expanding its sales to Best Buy with the Slate color coming first and a Champagne color coming next month. Pricing will vary.
Nine Android phones have launched and we expect more to come along soon. We also cover Xiaomi's OPPO Find X and other mobile tech news in our show!
Laptops from Acer, ASUS and Lenovo and a quintet of phones from the well-meaning to the overachieving. You know it's a trade show out there.
But with the lower price comes spec downgrades. And the KEY2 didn't really provide big punching power in the first place. But are the complaints valid?
TCL is presenting an event in Berlin on August 30. It's got something to do with BlackBerry. We have a guess as to what it might be.
Documentation filed at the FCC shows off the go-to-market name that TCL is planning on using for this lighter version of the KEY2.
Last year, phone maker TCL almost ran away with great results on durability with the KEYone... with one critical failure. Can it win with the KEY2?
Thoughts on the KEY2, the refreshed MacBook Pro, holes against notches, dating with people who have iPhones and a whole lot more on our show this week!
This "lite" phone comes in a charming red, but is just about the same size as a regular KEY2. So, what makes it so lite? The specs? The build?
The KEY2 will be made available in typical GSM unlocked fashion in the states. Will there be a carrier deal coming up? We don't know yet.
BlackBerry has a new phone to last a weekend, feature a keyboard and much more while Apple has surged in software in some places and lagged in others.
If you're liking what you see on the latest smartphone from BlackBerry Mobile, you may find it worth the while to hop down to New York for a gander.
There's a brighter charge to the hardware specs on this productivity phone with even more features to protect users from unscrupulous apps.
The highly anticipated and long overdue BlackBerry KEY2 smartphone will be formally unveiled on June 7 in NYC, and showcased the next two days in a "pop-up showroom."
The former gets treated with a new video and a look at a special key. The other phone (or two) gets a general release timeframe.
The launch event is happening at 10am in New York. We have a summary of a fewtricks this KEY2, formerly codenamed "Athena" has in store.
It'd be cheap, do little, but do it well and do it securely. It'd be affordable enough to be a second phone, a work phone. And BlackBerry's CEO wants it bad.
"SuperFans" are encouraged to act as part of BlackBerry's marketing arm and, in the process, hope to win prizes along the way.