BlackBerry KEYone and its physical QWERTY keyboard launching in April

BlackBerry’s newest Android smartphone is official. The BlackBerry KEYone runs Android 7.1 Nougat on a 4.5-inch 1620×1080 display with a 3:2 aspect ratio. Of course, one of its highlight features is its physical keyboard, which sits directly below the screen. In addition to entering text, the KEYone’s physical keyboard can be used for shortcuts to your favorites contacts and apps, and you flick predictive text … Continue reading BlackBerry KEYone and its physical QWERTY keyboard launching in April

Tesla Motors Model X interior structure 6 seat confirguration

the rear seating area of the model x can come with 6 seats as seen, a five seat configuration has a bench that can be folded down like the Model S or a 7 seat configuration that hurts rear visibility. Note heating vents for rear passengers but no video in headrests or access to entertainment for rear passengers bad news for parents. cold weather package … Continue reading Tesla Motors Model X interior structure 6 seat confirguration

CalDigit Thunderbolt 3 TS3 Lite dock for MacBook Pro

A bevy of Thunderbolt 3 docks for the 2016 MacBook Pro have arrived, and AppleInsider takes a look at the first one to cross our test bench —the CalDigit TS3 Lite. The first, biggest, loudest complaint about the new MacBook Pro was aimed squarely at Apple’s choice of ports for it. Or, more specifically, the lack of them, besides the two or four USB-C Thunderbolt … Continue reading CalDigit Thunderbolt 3 TS3 Lite dock for MacBook Pro

Finally an Android-powered QWERTY phone: the BlackBerry KEYone

At their pre-MWC event tonight in Barcelona, BlackBerry finally took the wraps off their highly anticipated ‘Mercury’ smartphone. However, they have renamed it as the BlackBerry KEYone. The smartphone will be available starting early April for $549 (approx. Rs 36,500). Debuted at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) back in January, BlackBerry did not reveal many details about the smartphone, apart from the fact that it was … Continue reading Finally an Android-powered QWERTY phone: the BlackBerry KEYone