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Reviewed: BlackBerry KeyOne

With QWERTY comes compromise The phoenix metaphor is overused in a tech world where brand recycling has become commonplace, so let’s just call the BlackBerry KEYone a QWERTY comeback. You’d be forgiven for dismissing it for not one but two reasons, after all. First, for packing a physical keyboard in an age where more flexible, programable touchscreen…

Pioneer’s AVH-Z gives you both Android Auto and CarPlay — without a new car price tag

CarPlay and Android Auto can only really be described as what you’d call a “slow burn.” They both debuted quite a few years ago, but getting access to them via first-party infotainment systems didn’t happen with the pace early adopters might be accustomed to. Luckily, a variety of third-party aftermarket in-car audio and infotainment decks…

Ford disguised a man as a seat to prove a self-driving car point

Believe the autonomous concept cars that have proliferated in recent years, and the exterior of your self-driving vehicle will rival the Jumbotron what with all the displays and screens it’s covered in. Communicating exactly what a driver-less vehicle is intending to do with other road-users and pedestrians is one of the ongoing headaches automakers and…

Apple Watch Series 3: All you need to know

Though we expected Apple to devote much of its keynote address today to the new iPhone, the company actually kicked off the show by introducing us to Apple Watch Series 3. After giving us an introduction to the Steve Jobs theater, Tim Cook shared some of the successes the Apple Watch has enjoyed over the…

Revealed: Apple TV 4K

At its event this afternoon, Apple has just taken the wraps off its new Apple TV, a model that sports many of the features we’ve heard rumored in past weeks. Chief among them all is 4K support, making the set-top-box more competitive with some of the biggest competing products from Roku, Google and others. That’s just a…

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