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BlackBerry is finally giving up on smartphones and focusing on enterprise software

BlackBerry has been flailing in the smartphone business since the launch of the iPhone in 2007, but it looks like the company is finally turning its attention toward another market: enterprise software.
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Le who? This Chinese company wants to take over the U.S. with its phones, TVs, and more

A relatively unknown Chinese company called LeEco has designs on the U.S. smartphone market. We spoke with its marketing manager to find out how it plans to conquer the Americas, and to check out the flagship phone that may lead the charge.
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Chase Bank’s Android app lets you log in with a tap of the finger

Chase Bank has added fingerprint authentication support for Android 6.0 and higher devices, making it easier to log in. The move follows Bank of America's recent update that extended its fingerprint support to all Android devices 6.0 and…
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$15,000 smartphone coming in May puts tech before bling

Sirin Labs is the latest name in the niche, ultra-expensive smartphone world. It plans to release a $15,000 device in May, that will concentrate on technology rather than blinged-up luxury.
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Download these five awesome new apps for iOS and Android

Another week has gone by, but it brought us a handful of new apps to try. This week's list has an app that will reward you for donating to charity, as well as a calendar app that tells you the ongoings of our planetary system.
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For whom the ringtone tolls: Samsung Galaxy S7 vs iPhone 6s

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and iPhone 6s are both top of the line phones, but which one is better? We break down the specs in an attempt to decide.
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"Alexa, remind me to call in sick the day after my birthday" — Add events to Google Calendar with your Amazon Echo

Amazon seems to be stepping more and more into Google's territory, and has released an update that finally allows the Echo to be able to schedule events to your Google Calendar rather than just reading back existing events.
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The NHTSA is using Twitter to personally call out people who text and drive

The NHTSA has taken to a new method of calling out people who text and drive -- Twitter. Scroll down the NHTSA's Twitter feed and you'll see a constant stream of tweets at people who admit, sometimes gleefully, that they're testing and…
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Deal alert! The Alcatel POP 7 LTE has Android 6.0 and costs only $130

Looking for a budget tablet to live in your bag for when you're on the run? The Alcatel POP 7 LTE includes Android 6.0 Marshmallow, LTE connectivity, and only costs $130. You can even pay it in installments!
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Microsoft and Google call a truce with an agreement to end regulatory disputes

Microsoft and Google have decided to compete with their products, rather than regulatory complaints. The two companies agreed to talk to each other first, before running to regulators.
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Parker's relaunched Airtime app now helps you to virtually gather with your friends

Sean Parker, known for co-creating Napster, has just relaunched Airtime, which now acts as a video chat room aimed at allowing you to share photos and videos with your friends, helping make social media much more personal.