BlackBerry Android news: BlackBerry Venice slider appears in first high-quality images

BlackBerry's next phone may feature a slide-down keyboard and run Android. Briefly shown off at MWC 2015 as the BlackBerry 10 Slider, it has a codename of Venice, and could be released later this year. Here's what we know about it so far.

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Explaining EmDrive, the ‘physics-defying’ thruster even NASA is puzzled over

Despite the fact that they're still unsure of how it works exactly, NASA scientists have confirmed once again that the seemingly impossible EmDrive is legit

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The long and storied history of the white van speaker scam

The so-called white van speaker scam has been around for a long time, so why do people still get conned on a daily basis? We're here to arm you and your friends with the knowledge you need to see the hoax for what it is.

Home Theater

Infinite mailboxes: How to add accounts to Windows 10 Mail

Upgrading from one operating system to another isn't always easy. Here's how to quickly add your personal or work email account to the Windows Mail app, whether you prefer Outlook, Gmail, or another service entirely.

Computing

Here are the 5 best apps to download this weekend

It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy list.

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Google will automatically pause Flash ads and videos in Chrome starting Sept. 1

Google is joining the ranks of companies sounding the death knell of Adobe’s Flash: The company announced that it will automatically pause Flash content in its Chrome browser starting Sept. 1.

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Stories you missed this week: Wiz Khalifa ‘hoverboard’ arrest, the next Hummer

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. We've got news of Apple's iPhone 6S September 9 event and more.

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You don’t have to be rich to be an art collector, thanks to Kollecto

The art world has established itself as a highbrow institution. But now, one app is looking to change that. Meet Kollecto, your "art-buying mentor" that insists, "You don't have to be rich to collect art."

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Report: Apple Watch accounted for two-thirds of smart wearables shipped in Q2 2015

After its first quarter joining the ranks of companies manufacturing wearable devices, Apple finished No. 2, behind Fitbit and ahead of Xiaomi. Apple’s strong debut in the wearables market is both good and bad for its competitors, according to IDC.

Wearables

If dust could talk, it would tell you how many women versus men live in your home

According to a new study published recently in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, your average household dust bunny tells a shockingly accurate story about your family and the inhabitants of your home

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Wanna store half a terabyte of photos? You can with this MicroSD card … ‘technically’

The Microdia Xtra Elite MicroSD card features a staggering 512GB of storage and an even more shocking $1,000 price tag. That's a lot of money, but this card is the largest of its kind to date. Now the question is, when will we see it?

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The secret to getting hired at Uber? Remotely carjacking a Jeep

As far as unique resumes go, having the line "wirelessly jacked a Jeep from 10 miles away" will certainly get you noticed, and that's exactly what Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek did last month. Now, they work for Uber.

Cars

How to wipe your Mac and restore to default

Feel like you need a clean slate? Whenever you want to, you can restore the factory settings on your Mac. This means erasing all your data, everything you've done on the computer, and reverting it back to like-new status.

Computing

Google adding personalized hurricane warnings to its search results

The search giant has added some extra personalization features to its platform, giving you more accurate advice and up-to-the-minute forecasts whenever you run a search for a storm.

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