BlackBerry KEYone now available at Sprint for $528 or $22 per month

Sprint has just become the first carrier in the United States to officially sell the BlackBerry KEYone. Although previous rumors indicated Verizon might be the first to offer the CDMA version of the smartphone in the US, Sprint was faster.

Starting today, customers can purchase the BlackBerry KEYone via Sprint’s online store. The handset can be had for $528 outright, but if you can’t afford that amount in one go, then you can get if for free on a $22 monthly plan for 18 months.

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Deal: Rugged Casio WSD-F10 smartwatch is 22% off on Amazon

Casio launched its latest rugged smartwatch, the WSD-F20 about two months ago. Also known as Pro Trek, it’s the first Casio smartwatch to ship with Android Wear 2.0 on board.

The smartwatch costs around $500 and can be had from just about any major retailer in the United States. However, if you can’t afford the newest Casio smartwatch, you might want to settle for the previous Casio WSD-F10 smartwatch, which is now on sale on Amazon.

Customers can purchase the WSD-F10 for just $309.85, a 22% discount. The offer is available for a limited time, and it only …

Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) is coming to Europe on June 22?

The Samsung J-series – comprised of reasonably priced, entry-level Android smartphones – is due for an update. Leaks indicate that three new Samsung J handsets are to land in the very near future, and one of them, the 2015-edition Galaxy J5, might have just made an appearance on a German online shop.
Тhe Galaxy J5 (2017) is expected to be available on June 22 at Cyberport – the aforementioned German retailer. Without an official confirmation from Samsung, we can’t be 100% sure that this is the model’s release date across entire Europe, but it is safe …

Google to ditch SMS support in Hangouts for Android effective May 22

It looks like Google can’t decide what route to take when it comes to Hangouts. The messaging service suffered many changes during the development cycle, so the fact that it’s going to go through another one shouldn’t surprise anyone.

However, this time Google has decided to ditch one of the features that made Hangouts a multipurpose messaging app. Although Google has yet to confirm the information, it appears that SMS support will be removed from Hangouts for Android.

Google had sent emails to G Suite administrators warning them that a message will appear …