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BlackBerry Plans To Launch Two Mid-Range Android Phones This Year

BlackBerry launched its first Android phone, the PRIV in late 2015. While the company's smartphone losses have slowed, the PRIV's high price is proving to be a barrier to BlackBerry's comeback (even with that price cut the other day). CEO John Chen now says that BlackBerry will shift to the mid-range this year with two new phones.

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Google Photos Web Update Brings Uploading Improvements And Keyboard Shortcuts

It sometimes may feel like the Google Photos web app gets a little left behind in the wake of its Android brethren, but today is the day: a post on Google+ from the Photos team has detailed the latest update, which brings improvements in the upload procedure and all-new keyboard shortcuts.

Photos can now be uploaded directly to an album, instead of having to upload photos and then add them to an album after they've uploaded. This should make it much easier to upload large batches of photos from a DSLR or other camera which doesn't connect to Google Photos. The keyboard shortcuts, meanwhile, will hopefully make navigation through the web interface more efficient, making it easier to move through photos or perform actions on an individual photo, such as editing or deleting.

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All 20 Wallpapers From The HTC 10 Have Been Leaked, And Here They Are

LlabTooFeR has a long and storied history of leaking information about upcoming HTC phones, and in recent weeks that has meant posting HTC 10 details. Along the way, he's been dropping wallpapers from HTC's new flagship, and now all 20 have been posted. Interested? We've got them below.

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[Deal Alert] BuyDig Is Again Selling The LG Watch Urbane On eBay, This Time For $149.99

Do you want the LG Watch Urbane? If so, one of cheapest ways to get one is to wait on BuyDig to hit up eBay. And look, the seller is back.

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Multiple Major Newspaper Publishers In The US Tell The Brave Browser To Stop Blocking Ads

Brave Software, the company that recently purchased and rebranded Link Bubble, has a plan to make the Internet a better place by stripping out bad ads and replacing them with good ones.

But there's a problem. According to The Wall Street Journal, 17 major US newspaper publishers want nothing to do with the idea.

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HTC Is Testing A Phone Cleaner App Called Boost+ Via Its Preview Program

Most phone makers have their own storage/RAM cleaner apps, and now you can add HTC to that list. The OEM's new HTC Preview program kicked off recently, and the first thing users are previewing is a phone cleaner called Boost+. It's not restricted to HTC phones, but you can only get it via the preview program (not that you should want it).

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Niantic Labs Expands Pokémon GO Field Test To Australia And New Zealand

There are Pokémon springing up in the land down under, and you can start catching them all if you're in that part of the world. Niantic Labs has announced the expansion of the Pokémon GO field test to Australia and New Zealand. It was previously limited to Japan.

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Chrome Dev Revamps The Bookmarks Widget With Material Design

We already know at least one improvement with the latest Chrome Dev build (v51): the complete removal of the 'Merge Tabs and Apps' option. Well, here's the second improvement: a brand new widget. Or rather, a revamped version of an older widget.

The bookmarks widget, formerly with big, largely useless thumbnails, has been re-designed to use a list item style instead of a grid, and material design navigation. The result is a much cleaner-looking widget, with better, easier to understand navigation to boot. It has shown me how disorganised my bookmarks are, though.

Of course, the widget won't make your bookmarks any more organised - we can only hope that feature will come to Google Now in the future - but maybe it will encourage you to organise them into folders and such.

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[And It's Gone...] Get A Spigen Air Vent Magnetic Mount Free With Code

We all love free stuff, at least when it's good. So this one is a no-brainer. If you hurry over to Amazon, you might be able to score a free Spigen air vent magnetic mount! Seriously, don't finish reading this, just go now, these probably won't last long. Just add the mount to your cart and use the code XU6JG4A6 at checkout to receive an instant promotional credit that brings the final price down to zero.

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LendingRobot Lets You Monitor Your Portfolio Performance On Prosper, Lending Club, And Funding Circle

If you listen to as many podcasts as I do, you must be familiar with Prosper thanks to its many ads across different podcast networks. The company's business model is to let peers lend money to each other, without any banks or institutions standing in the middle, or so I understand. But Prosper isn't alone in this domain, there's Lending Club and Funding Circle as well. The problem with all of these sites is that they don't offer a mobile application (update: well, Prosper does have an app) which is a big miss in our modern day. What good is an awesome portfolio if you can't see its performance from your phone while walking your dog in your suburban neighborhood?

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