BlackBerry Experience Suite Introduced for Android, iOS and Windows Phone

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BlackBerry Messenger has been for a long time a BlackBerry-only affair. However, since the Canadian company started to have big problems due to its lack of innovation on the smartphone business, it has started to look for opportunities to widen its software footprint in the market.

The best selling product made by BlackBerry is now BBM, an instant messenger that’s now available on all major operating systems, including Android, iOS and Windows Phone.

Destiny Will Evolve Based on Player Trends and Play Styles, Bungie Says

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Last week has been a busy one for Destiny, with the launch of update 1.1.1 and the announcement of a new mode coming to the title, but it seems that Bungie is not trying to rest and is already working hard to improve aspects of the patch that have disappointed some members of the community.

The studio held an open house event and one of the questions that received the most attention on the official forums is about the weapon changes that have been made and the way the balance of the title will be improved in the coming months.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Trades Some Functionality for Better Design

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Samsung has just revealed not one, but two flagships smartphones that will be available in 20 countries beginning April 10: Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.

Since the first rumors emerged on these smartphones many have been afraid that Samsung has decided to drop some of the features that made the company’s flagships stand out from others like microSD card slot for example.

What’s the Difference: HTC One M9 vs HTC One M8

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As you probably know, an hour ago HTC just announced its latest flagship smartphone in Barcelona at MWC 2015, which it is calling the M9.

Naturally, you’re probably wondering if the new handset is worth putting your HTC One M8 in a box and forgetting all about it. So, is the new HTC One M9 worth upgrading or is it just a new, shiny toy, the Taiwanese company is hoping to lure you in with?

Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Prices Start at €699 in Europe

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Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge launch did not contain any details on pricing options and wasn’t followed by any announcements in this regard, so we were left wondering how much money will cost the smartphones.

The good news is the folks over at SamMobile have learned directly from Samsung officials how much money one would need to purchase the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge beginning next month.

Windows Is No Longer the Most Vulnerable Operating System in the World

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Windows is often referred to as the most insecure operating system in the world, pretty much because it’s targeted by the majority of malware infections out there, but as far as security vulnerabilities are concerned, Microsoft’s platform is no longer number one.

Statistics provided by GFI show that Windows security is getting stronger, so the leading place in the chart called “Top operating systems by vulnerabilities reported in 2014” goes to Apple’s Mac OS X. A total of 147 vulnerabilities were found on OS X, 64 of which were rated as “high.”

Apple Plans To Buy 1/3 Of Gold In The World To Make Luxury Watches

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Apple has been making a number of announcements recently, signaling their push into new markets and industries. Not only has Apple recently announced that they will be branching off into building self-driving cars, but they will also now be making luxury watches. The plan for the luxury watches is so elaborate that it will require the company to purchase 1/3rd of the world’s gold on a yearly basis.

According to calculations done by Apple blogger Josh Centers, the company will need to purchase 746 metric tons of gold each year to meet the demand for their new watches. Considering that roughly 2,500 metric tons of gold are mined per year throughout the entire planet, this would mean that Apple would be buying nearly 1/3rd of the world’s gold.