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Motorola DROID 5 leak shows QWERTY slider reborn

Motorola DROID 5 leak shows QWERTY slider reborn

If touch keyboards aren't your thing, new pics leaked today that supposedly show the Motorola Droid 5 sporting a QWERTY slider keyboard ought to pique your interest. The photos show the slider lacking the capacitive buttons the previous gen phone had with the addition of wireless charging and a shockproof water resistant design.

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BlackBerry 9720 caught in wild as BB7 gasps its last

BlackBerry 9720 caught in wild as BB7 gasps its last

Thorsten Heins promised one more BlackBerry 7 device this year and it looks like this is it, the freshly-leaked BlackBerry 9720. Intended to retain BlackBerry's footprint in the budget market, not to mention placating enterprise users not yet ready to upgrade to BlackBerry 10 infrastructure, the handset spotted by ThaiBBClub is a Curve-scale QWERTY phone, smaller than the BlackBerry Q10.

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BlackBerry Q5 Review

BlackBerry Q5 Review

BlackBerry needs a new smartphone for the mass market, and the BlackBerry Q5 is its attempt to deliver. Cheaper than the Q10, though offering another sturdy QWERTY keyboard for text-addicts, the Q5 pares back the specifications (and, it has to be said, the design) to boost the BlackBerry 10 line-up by 50-percent. Is it third time lucky for the plucky Canadian company, or three strikes and you're out? Read on for the SlashGear review.

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BlackBerry Q10 hitting Verizon and T-Mobile next month

BlackBerry Q10 hitting Verizon and T-Mobile next month

With all of the BlackBerry news coming your way today, it's easy to forget about the BlackBerry Q10 and that it's coming to Verizon and T-Mobile in the US later next month. Both carriers made the announcement today that the new QWERTY-equipped Q10 running BlackBerry 10 will arrive at Verizon and T-Mobile in June, although exact dates weren't disclosed.

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BlackBerry Q5 brings QWERTY to emerging markets

BlackBerry Q5 brings QWERTY to emerging markets

There's already a new BlackBerry 10 device with a full QWERTY physical keyboard, but there's another one coming to town -- or at least in other towns that aren't getting the BlackBerry Q10. The BlackBerry Q5 was announced today, and it features a lot of what the Q10 has, including the touchscreen mixed with the physical keyboard, but it'll be catered towards emerging markets around the world.

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Nokia Asha 210 brings the QWERTY with a dedicated WhatsApp key

Nokia Asha 210 brings the QWERTY with a dedicated WhatsApp key

Nokia has a new QWERTY phone today, and as we suspected it slots into the company's cheaper Asha line, rather than being the keyboard-equipped Lumia many have been hoping for. The Asha 210 packs full-QWERTY into a candybar form-factor, but also includes a dedicated WhatsApp shortcut key, with free lifetime service on the cross-platform messaging app for anyone who buys the single- or dual-SIM versions of the phone.

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Nokia teases new QWERTY phone (but don’t expect a keyboard Lumia)

Nokia teases new QWERTY phone (but don’t expect a keyboard Lumia)

Nokia has teased a new QWERTY device, using the company's current primary-color scheme, though the phone seems unlikely to be the much-anticipated keyboard-equipped Lumia Windows Phone. Only a tiny glimpse of the handset - which will be officially revealed on Wednesday - has been shown so far, but Nokia has said that Mobile Phones technology marketing director Neil Broadley will be manning the Q&A session, implying that we're looking at a new Asha device, not a true smartphone.

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BlackBerry Q10 release set for April 26th in UK

BlackBerry Q10 release set for April 26th in UK

While the official release of the BlackBerry Q10 has still not been confirmed for any USA-based mobile carriers, the UK-based Vodafone has made it clear that April 26th will be the day they begin having the device in-stock. The BlackBerry Q10 is the physical QWERTY keyboard-toting hero phone for BlackBerry 10, the company's newest operating system release. You'll also find the BlackBerry Z10 already available across the world - that being the full-touch hero for BlackBerry 10.

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World of SwiftKey statistics reveal odd trends galore

World of SwiftKey statistics reveal odd trends galore

This week the folks at SwiftKey have revealed their newest worldwide trends chat, this time calling it "World of SwiftKey". This chart shows a collection of top notches in the countries that've beaten the rest for one reason or another inside the Android keyboard app - the most popular downloaded 3rd party keyboard app in the world, mind you. It all begins with the USA holding the record for Most SwiftKey Users - we won!

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ROCCAT launches Isku FX gaming keyboard

ROCCAT launches Isku FX gaming keyboard

For the PC gamer, there are a huge number of gaming keyboards available. A lot of these keyboards come decked out in LED lights so you can see what you're seeing while you're presumably playing in your darkened man cave, but the folks at ROCCAT have decided to take keyboard backlighting to the next level. Say hello to the new Isku FX gaming keyboard, a board that looks familiar at first but holds a really exciting feature beneath its keys.

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BlackBerry 10 demo video gives first glimpse of QWERTY hero device

BlackBerry 10 demo video gives first glimpse of QWERTY hero device

If you're looking to get a rather early look at the next generation of RIM devices in the BlackBerry 10 universe, you're in luck - a video has surfaced - leaked, rather - with a great first peek at the system. You'll be able to see the BlackBerry L Series and the BlackBerry N Series in all their glory. The L Series is something you may have glimpsed before, it having a full touchscreen interface, while the N Series has what you might recognize as a more classic BlackBerry look, complete with a lovely full physical QWERTY keyboard - minus the massive trackball, of course.

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Nokia N9 with slide-out keyboard leaked and cancelled

Nokia N9 with slide-out keyboard leaked and cancelled

If you were looking to get a Nokia N9 with a hardware keyboard sometime this year, you'll have a hard time seeing the images we're about to show you - a prototype device that brings the world just that. It's called the Nokia "Lauta" and has the code RM-742 attached to it, and MyNokiaBlog notes that the company had plans to release this device in 2011 but it never came to fruition. Thusly dies the MeeGo phone with a full QWERTY hardware keyboard that would have been oh-so-cute.

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