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Honor 9 Lite hands-on review

Honor has started 2018 with another strong smartphone announcement. It’s the Honor 9 Lite, and it’s a mid-range, very reasonably-priced phone with four camera lenses and a beautiful design. We’ve been trying it out. The post Honor 9 Lite hands-on review appeared first on Digital Trends. Thank you for your visit on this page Honor […]

BlackBerry and Microsoft team up to introduce BlackBerry Enterprise Bridge

As BlackBerry continues to grow their enterprise offerings, they’ve been finding new partnerships to help them along the way. The latest comes by way of a partnership with Microsoft to introduce a ‘first-of-its-kind solution’ called BlackBerry Enterprise Bridge, which makes Microsoft mobile apps available from within BlackBerry Dynamics. The integration allows for a consistent experience […]

BlackBerry Key2 hands-on review

The KeyOne, which launched last year, rode a wave of nostalgia, but it’s back to business for BlackBerry. Its latest phone is the BlackBerry Key2, which succeeds its predecessor in every way. The post BlackBerry Key2 hands-on review appeared first on Digital Trends. Thank you for your visit on this page BlackBerry Key2 hands-on review […]

Facebook oraz Messenger kończy wsparcie dla telefonów z Windows Phone

Facebook poinformował oficjalnie na swoim blogu o końcu wsparcia dla starszych wersji aplikacji Facebook oraz Messenger. Na liście niewspieranych aplikacji obok wersji dla systemów Android oraz iOS znalazły się również systemy Windows Phone 8 oraz Windows Phone 8.1. Już za kilka dni deweloper zakończy wsparcie dla tych systemów. Wraz z końcem marca przestaną być wspierane […]

Hands on with the Nubia N1 Lite

While the flagship launches at MWC are understandably the stars of the show, the lesser known OEMs take advantage of the general fanfare surrounding the event to showcase their offerings as well. Nubia just took the wraps off their latest entry-level smartphone, which, like a lot of other affordable smartphone out there, is a “Lite” iteration […]

BlackBerry DTEK50 vs BlackBerry Priv

WELCOME TO the last chance saloon. BlackBerry renewed its offensive on the smartphone market with the Priv and introduced a new device built exclusively on the Android framework. This was recently followed by the equally awful-sounding DTEK50 but, bad names aside, how do the two actually compare? DesignBlackBerry DTEK50: 147×72.5×7.4mm, 135g, microUSBBlackBerry Priv: 147×77.2×9.4mm, 192g, […]