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BlackBerry ‘Vienna’ Android handset leaks in gallery

BlackBerry ‘Vienna’ Android handset leaks in gallery

BlackBerry recently launched its first ever Android smartphone. Though it hasn't been quite the hit some had hoped, the company isn't giving up. In the most recent BlackBerry leak, another Android-toting phone has surfaced; this particular handset is codenamed "Vienna", and a gallery of press renders purports to give us a look at the model.

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Apple person-to-person payments said next in wallet war

Apple person-to-person payments said next in wallet war

Apple Pay has already waged war on your credit cards; now it's said to be targeting person-to-person payments. A new service, similar in concept to PayPal's Venmo system which allows individuals to send money digitally to friends and family, is said to be the topic of discussions between the Cupertino firm and its banking partners.

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Lenovo’s early 2016 lineup includes Surface rival, Chromebook

Lenovo’s early 2016 lineup includes Surface rival, Chromebook

In less than two months, the year will be over so naturally manufacturers are already lining up their ducks for 2016. Lenovo's calendar for its 2016 ThinkPad catalog has just been leaked and it includes quite a few interesting pieces. There is, for example, another Surface Pro clone, which looks less like a clone, thankfully. And among the plethora of new laptops and hybrids lies a Chromebook, as if once again emphasizing that Chrome OS isn't going away yet. At least not by first quarter next year.

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Huawei Mate 8 could be overpowered, coming November 26

Huawei Mate 8 could be overpowered, coming November 26

Chinese OEM Huawei is definitely stepping up its role in the smartphone market. It helps that it has been chosen by Google to make one of the new Nexus smartphones. It helps even more when the Nexus 6P turns out to be quite the masterpiece. So now the mobile industry has its eyes on Huawei, ready to watch its every move. Like its upcoming Huawei Mate 8 flagship, which it is teasing for a 26th November unveiling. And according to leaked specs, this could yet be another winner for the OEM.

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Samsung Galaxy View leak sets the price for a giant slab

Samsung Galaxy View leak sets the price for a giant slab

It seems that the rumors about two years ago were true, that device makers like Samsung and Apple would be carving out a new market for larger than usual tablets. After Samsung's Galaxy Note and Tab PROs, Apple revealed its hand with the large iPad Pro. Naturally, Samsung doesn't want to be outdone. The 18.4-inch Galaxy View that is making rounds over the Internet is truly one of the larger ones and now another "accidental" online listing is giving some insight on what the tablet really is for.

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LEGO Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters set leaked

LEGO Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters set leaked

Earlier this year, LEGO fans were graced with the ECTO-1 LEGO Ghostbusters set (check out our review), and rumor has it there’s a followup Ghostbusters set in the pipeline. That rumor has been all but confirmed, as for a brief while the kit appeared on Toys “R” Us’ website, complete with an image. The page has since been pulled from the store's website, but details remain online elsewhere. The set appeared on the Canadian version of the retailer's site.

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Apple Music for Android screenshots leak

Apple Music for Android screenshots leak

Apple might not commonly be in the business of making apps for Android, but a new leak suggests it has cross-platform ambitions for Apple Music. The subscription-based streaming service launched back in June with iOS 8.4 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, and OS X, but according to a new set of screenshots, work is progressing on what's purportedly an Android version of the software.

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Notify is a Facebook app for real-time news

Notify is a Facebook app for real-time news

It seems this is the time for the big social networks to revamp with new features that change the way users interact with the service. Last week was Twitter's new Moments tab, and now we're hearing about a new, standalone app from Facebook that focuses on real-time news. As The Awl details, the app is tentatively known as Notify and is said to be nearing release. Notify seems to be a direct competitor to Twitter itself, providing notifications on breaking news stories in real-time, as they're published.

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OnePlus Mini turns up on Amazon India briefly

OnePlus Mini turns up on Amazon India briefly

Few companies these days can keep a lid on their new devices ahead of launch. We continually see leaks that show what the new smartphones look like and pack under the hood ahead of the official unveil to the point where it's easy to assume that the company is leaking the products themselves to build up some buzz ahead of the official launch. The latest leaked smartphone comes by way of a page on Amazon India showing some details on the OnePlus Mini.

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HTC One A9 pics leak ahead of October 20th event

HTC One A9 pics leak ahead of October 20th event

The date for the HTC press conference is drawing near and on October 20, one of the devices that is rumored to be debuting is the HTC A9 also known as the HTC Aero. Ahead of that October 20 event, we are seeing a few details on the device leak. The latest leak has several images of a dummy device hinting at what the production smartphone will look like.

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Details on Canon EOS M, G5 X, and GP X cameras leak

Details on Canon EOS M, G5 X, and GP X cameras leak

Some details on unannounced Canon digital cameras have leaked including information on the EOS M and EF-M15-45mm F3.5-6.3 IS STM lens. The official name of the camera isn’t thought to be EOS M, but no word on what the real name will be just now. The second image here is tipped to be the EOS M with its lens attached.

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Potential chaos as US snooping snipes US-Europe data deal

Potential chaos as US snooping snipes US-Europe data deal

US government snooping has scuppered a controversial agreement between the United States and Europe, which for 15 years had allowed liberal data transfer across the Atlantic. The Safe Harbour system had been established by the European Commission between 1998 and 2000, allowing US companies to register their data protection certification as equal and equivalent to that demanded by EU law.

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