Details on the three upcoming BlackBerry devices leaked

BlackBerry has been rumored to be readying three devices for release, and we finally have some potential details about them. The devices are codenamed Neon, Argon, and Mercury, which are pretty awesome codenames (unlike Marlin, perhaps). The Neon is said to be a mid-range device with a 5.2-inch full HD display, a Snapdragon 617 processor, 3GB of RAM,…

Where to buy a U.S. unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge

Samsung is finally offering a SIM-unlocked Galaxy S7 (and GS7 edge) in the United States. That means a few things. The unlocked Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are able to work on pretty much any operator here in the U.S. While most folks out there don’t hop from one to the next too often, it’s…

Google adding information about local earthquakes in searches

Earthquakes can be extremely dangerous, and they’re definitely something to keep in mind if you live in California. We’re always at risk of big earthquakes, and smaller but still significant earthquakes happen all the time. Google will now show earthquake information in cards at the top of search results in the event of an earthquake near you….

Facebook throws out the news Paper

 Facebook Paper could have given publishers the reach they lost yesterday in the News Feed, but no one wanted the standalone news reading app. Facebook has pulled the Paper app from the app store and will discontinue support for existing downloads of it on July 29th, according to a message show to all user. Despite…

Watch Netflix on Linux with These 4 Tricks

A shiny new Linux installation is on your computer, all prepped for hours and hours of free and open source office work. But there’s something wrong. “What happened to putting the fun back into computing?” you may be asking yourself. “If only I could watch Netflix!” Here are four ways you can watch Netflix in Linux,…