BlackBerry's latest handset, known by its development codename 'Oslo', seems to be little more than a rehashed version of its Passport, reportedly featuring identical specs but with a revised design.
First Look: This is Tronsmart's $150 Ara X5 Windows 10 Mini PC
The Ashley Madison hack: a confusing battle between good and evil
...of Lumia flagships, Windows milestones, and Samsung's reminder to RTFM
One month on, what do you think of Windows 10 so far?
Samsung confirms devices it plans to upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Known issues with Windows 10 Insider build 10532
It seems like BlackBerry is not ready to give up its square smartphone design or physical keyboards yet, as an image has surfaced showing off the "Oslo" based on last year's Passport design.
As Anders Behring Breivik faces trial, he comes up with some completely baffling claims, such as being a member of the Knights Templar, as well as being found as an avid player of Blizzard's MMO.
While many people have learned to not trust suspicious emails that they may receive, regardless of whether it looks like it’s from a friend or not, the same level of mistrust is not inherent on...
The trial of a Norwegian teen accused of developing a utility that enables people to illegally copy DVD movies opened in Oslo yesterday. Jon Johansen has pleaded not guilty to charges that carry a maximum...