Want to ensure that your Silver Edition BlackBerry Passport looks good for the long term but don’t want to sacrifice its beauty to add a case? Amzer’s Pudding TPU case is a great compromise, as it just adds a thin black layer of protection to the back and sides of the phone to prevent dings and scratches. Right now you can grab one for just $2.95, which is 70% off its normal price.

Want to ensure that your Silver Edition BlackBerry Passport looks good for the long term but don't want to sacrifice its beauty to add a case? Amzer's Pudding TPU case is a great compromise, as it just adds a thin black layer of protection to the back and sides of the phone to prevent dings and scratches. Right now you can grab one for just $2.95, which is 70% off its normal price.


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Not a huge fan of cases but also want your BlackBerry Leap to look good for the long haul? If so, Amzer’s Pudding TPU case is a great choice for a thin layer of protection for the phone. Right now you can save $5 on the purchase, making it just $4.95.

Not a huge fan of cases but also want your BlackBerry Leap to look good for the long haul? If so, Amzer's Pudding TPU case is a great choice for a thin layer of protection for the phone. Right now you can save $5 on the purchase, making it just $4.95.


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If you're using a BlackBerry 10 smartphone and you have a Beta Zone account, then this one is for you. There is a beta update available for BBM. There isn't much to the update, but it's always nice to see app updates come along.

If you're using a BlackBerry 10 smartphone and you have a Beta Zone account, then this one is for you. There is a beta update available for BBM. There isn't much to the update, but it's always nice to see app updates come along.

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At last year's BlackBerry Security Summit, BlackBerry showed how it would be possible for hackers to take over an infusion pump and while this year's attack on a tea kettle, which you can now watch the video of, may not have carried the same shock value, it was certainly as interesting when you consider the amount of stuff we continue to add to our connected world.

At last year's BlackBerry Security Summit, BlackBerry showed how it would be possible for hackers to take over an infusion pump and while this year's attack on a tea kettle, which you can now watch the video of, may not have carried the same shock value, it was certainly as interesting when you consider the amount of stuff we continue to add to our connected world.

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BlackBerry has scored 'a sweeping victory' as the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas ruled in favor of BlackBerry in a patent infringement case brought by Mobile Telecommunications LLC (MTel).

BlackBerry has scored 'a sweeping victory' as the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas ruled in favor of BlackBerry in a patent infringement case brought by Mobile Telecommunications LLC (MTel).

MTel had originally claimed that BlackBerry infringed on five of their patents but before heading to trial, the Court found that two of the patents were directed to non-patentable subject matter, that BlackBerry did not infringe one of the patents, and that one of the patents was indefinite.

We are pleased with the jury's verdict, said Steve Zipperstein, Chief Legal Officer at BlackBerry. "We will continue defending BlackBerry vigorously against meritless lawsuits."

The remaining patent addressed in the suit, covered a two-way communication system for communication between a system network and a mobile unit.

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Interested in an easier way to charge and sync your BlackBerry Priv? If you are tired of looking for a cable every time, BlackBerry’s sync pod is a perfect addition to your desk or nightstand. Right now you can pick one up for $16.95, which is $23 off.

Interested in an easier way to charge and sync your BlackBerry Priv? If you are tired of looking for a cable every time, BlackBerry's sync pod is a perfect addition to your desk or nightstand. Right now you can pick one up for $16.95, which is $23 off.


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When BlackBerry's Chief Operating Officer Marty Beard noted to us that BlackBerry's next handset release is "very, very imminent," he wasn't joking as a recent filing at the FCC appears to show. Documents dated July 14, have now appeared in the FCC database that match up with the previous findings from the Wi-Fi Alliance that show BlackBerry and TCL / Alcatel are working together to release a smartphone.

When BlackBerry's Chief Operating Officer Marty Beard noted to us that BlackBerry's next handset release is "very, very imminent," he wasn't joking as a recent filing at the FCC appears to show. Documents dated July 14, have now appeared in the FCC database that match up with the previous findings from the Wi-Fi Alliance that show BlackBerry and TCL / Alcatel are working together to release a smartphone.

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AT&T has reported its earnings for the second quarter of 2016, noting a solid bump in both consolidated revenues and wireless net adds over the same period a year ago.

AT&T has reported its earnings for the second quarter of 2016, noting a solid bump in both consolidated revenues and wireless net adds over this time a year ago.

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If you were not able to catch our live blog to follow along with the BlackBerry Security Summit, BlackBerry has now uploaded another portion of the event following the release of Rudy Giuliani's keynote. This time around, BlackBerry CEO John Chen's keynote from the BlackBerry Security Summit has been posted for all.

If you were not able to catch our live blog to follow along with the BlackBerry Security Summit, BlackBerry has now uploaded another portion of the event following the release of Rudy Giuliani's keynote. This time around, BlackBerry CEO John Chen's keynote from the BlackBerry Security Summit 2016 has been posted for all. As expected, Chen details BlackBerry's end-to-end mobile security strategy, which includes devices and software, the Internet of Things, and more. The video is about twenty minutes long, so be sure to check it out, if you haven't already.

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Looking for a case that not only keeps the back of your BlackBerry Priv protected, but also the front? BlackBerry’s leather smart flip case is a great choice that can do just that, and even show you your notifications while the cover is closed. Today you can pick one up for just $27.95, a savings of $32.

Looking for a case that not only keeps the back of your BlackBerry Priv protected, but also the front? BlackBerry's leather smart flip case is a great choice that can do just that, and even show you your notifications while the cover is closed. Today you can pick one up for just $27.95, a savings of $32.


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Verizon is said to be planning a crackdown of sorts on unlimited data customers who are found to be using an "extraordinary amount of data."

According to a new report, Verizon may be planning a crackdown of sorts on customers it deems to be using "an extraordinary amount of data" each month.

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Corning has revealed Gorilla Glass 5, the next version of the company's smartphone display glass. Corning claims that phones with Gorilla Glass 5 will survive being dropped from up to 1.6 meters 80% of the time.

Corning has revealed Gorilla Glass 5, the next version of the company's smartphone display glass. Corning claims that phones with Gorilla Glass 5 will survive being dropped from up to 1.6 meters 80% of the time.

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