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BlackBerry Venice shows off its Android-powered software in latest leak

The BlackBerry Venice is expected to launch on T-Mobile — and other US carriers — this November, but we’ve gotten a pretty good look at it ahead of time thanks to the rumor mill. Today we’re getting another peek at the device, with a focus on its software. The latest batch of BlackBerry Venice photos show off several aspects of its Android software, which appears to … [read full article]

T-Mobile Video Calling launching today on Note 5 and S6 edge+, expanding to more devices soon

After beefing up messaging with its Advanced Messaging feature, T-Mobile is now turning its attention to video calling. T-Mobile Video Calling is a new feature that’s baked directly into your phone’s regular dialer. When you decide you want to make a video call, simply tap the video call button that’ll be displayed next to contacts that can receive a video call. If a particular contact … [read full article]

T-Mobile says it has no plans to offer Sony Xperia Z5

T-Mobile and Sony have been pretty tight in the past, coming together to sell the Xperia Z, Xperia Z1s, and Xperia Z3. So I’m betting that when Sony introduced the Xperia Z5 today, quite a few Magenta Army members wondering if it would come to T-Mobile’s shelves. Unfortunately, it’s not looking good. Following Sony’s announcement of the Xperia Z5, a T-Mobile spokeswoman told [read full article]

Nextbit Robin is a ‘cloud-first’ Android smartphone that’s now available on Kickstarter

HTC’s flagship One phones are often lauded for their design and their clean, attractive hardware. Now one of the men behind some of HTC’s One designs is back with a new company and a new phone. Nextbit today introduced the Robin, an Android phone with a unique storage system. The Robin comes with 32GB of built-in storage as well as 100GB of cloud space that’s utilized for apps and … [read full article]