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The First Android-Powered Blackberry Launching Is Tomorrow In Australia

From tomorrow, PRIV by BlackBerry — the first-ever BlackBerry smartphone powered by Android — will be available in Australia. “While PRIV will provide a choice in operating system to new and existing customers,” Blackberry said in a statement, “the company remains committed to the BlackBerry 10 operating system, and will continue to release platform updates focused on security and privacy enhancements”.


Dutch Police Claim They Can Crack Emails On Special Encrypted Blackberries

Blackberry already trades on the strength of its software’s security, so you’d think that a special $US2000 ultra-encrypted Berry would be a guarantee of privacy. According to Dutch police, not so much.


El Chapo And Sean Penn Just Gave BlackBerry Its Best Press In Years 

When it comes to clandestine meet-ups with drug lords, screw WhatsApp. Turns out BBM is indispensable for interviewing the most wanted fugitive in the world.


Blackberry's CEO Gives You A Great Reason To Buy An IPhone

Cops and spies alike are up in arms lately over companies like Apple using uncrackable encryption on their devices. But Blackberry, whose clickity keyboards can still be heard in the halls of many government bureaucracy, doesn’t think criminals deserve privacy.


BlackBerry Priv Review: Nope, Not For Me, Not Even For My Worst Enemy

I really wanted to like the BlackBerry Priv. C’mon! Android on a Blackberry phone! Sadly, the company’s latest, and possibly last, shot at appealing to users who’ve long since moved on falls incredibly short.


All The News You Missed Overnight: MakerBot Is Stumbling, Samsung Is Forfeiting, BlackBerry Is Dying

Technology is filled with all kinds of rumours and speculation — real and fabricated. All The News You Missed Overnight collects all those whispers into one place to deliver your morning buzz.


BlackBerry's $700 Android Frankenphone Goes Up For Preorder In America

Americans can now preorder The Priv, one of BlackBerry’s strangest creations (and it’s made some weird stuff), for $US700. $US700! That puts BlackBerry’s latest in direct competition with some of the best smartphones you can buy.


Not Even Blackberry's CEO Can Use Blackberry's New Phone

Blackberry’s newest phone, the Priv, runs Android. That’s an unusual move for Blackberry; so unusual, in fact, that it’s confused poor CEO John Chen, who completely blew this exclusive first look at the Priv.


This Leaked Android Blackberry Actually Looks Downright Usable

One of the weirdest little pocket devices in 2015 is Blackberry’s still “rumoured” Venice, a slider smartphone with physical keys running near stock Android. With a new hands on video with an evaluation unit of Blackberry’s new smartphone Frankenstein, Baka Mobile’s brief four-minute tour shows off some cool stuff.


Our First Good Look At The Blackberry Android Franken-Phone

Blackberry is betting on you missing those glorious tactile keys that were the company’s signature — which is why it’s getting together with Android to hack together a smartphone called the Blackberry Venice. And today, we got our first good look.


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