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Picture Password AWOL
Thu, Jul 28th 2016 31
DTEK50 Size Comparison
Thu, Jul 28th 2016 78
Microsoft Pix gives the iPhone camera an artificial brain
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Angefasst: BlackBerry DTEK50 im Video
Thu, Jul 28th 2016 46
DTEK50 Camera
Wed, Jul 27th 2016 140
BlackBerry DTEK50 :: I like
Wed, Jul 27th 2016 81
Microsoft Hackathon Project: Reuniting refugees with loved ones
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 174
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Sun, Jul 24th 2016 277
Here we go again
Sat, Jul 23rd 2016 270
Windows 10 Anniversary Update
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 226
Tell me your Android patch level
Mon, Jul 25th 2016 220
Listen to this!
Fri, Jul 22nd 2016 218
Headset recommendation
Fri, Jul 22nd 2016 195
Let's raise the bar for Android recommendations
Sun, Jul 24th 2016 187
Microsoft Hackathon Project: Reuniting refugees with loved ones
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 174
BlackBerry announces DTEK50, its second Android phone
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 163
My Kryptonite
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 144




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Picture Password AWOL
Thu, Jul 28th 2016 3:12p   Volker Weber
DTEK50 screen on the left, PRIV screen on the right. What's missing? Picture Password. I hope that is coming in an update. Both DTEK50 and PRIV do not have a fingerprint reader. So you have to enter a PIN or a Password to unlock. The Android pattern is just too weak. But Picture Password is a great way to unlock your device. See this tutorial for BlackBerry 10: I use it on the PRIV, I also want it on the DTEK50.
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DTEK50 Size Comparison
Thu, Jul 28th 2016 9:18a   Volker Weber
It's pretty hard to see in photos, but the DTEK50 is almost exactly the same size as a Nexus 5x and about half a millimeter thinner. That is a very comfortable size and sits right between the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. 147.0 x 72.5 x 7.5 mm | 5.2" | 135 g | DTEK50 147.0 x 72.6 x 7.9 mm | 5.2" | 136 g | Nexus 5x 138.2 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm | 4.7" | 143 g | iPhone 6s 158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3 mm | 5.5" | 192 g | iPhone 6s Plus
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Microsoft Pix gives the iPhone camera an artificial brain
Thu, Jul 28th 2016 3:22a   Volker Weber
Microsoft Pix captures a burst of 10 frames with each shutter click – some from before the tap – and uses artificial intelligence to select up to three of the best, unique shots. Before the remaining frames are deleted, the app uses data from the entire burst to remove noise, and then intelligently brightens faces, beautifies skin and adjusts the picture’s color and tone. These best, enhanced images are ready in about a second. I have been testing this for an hour. Verdict
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Angefasst: BlackBerry DTEK50 im Video
Thu, Jul 28th 2016 3:14a   Volker Weber
Am Mittwoch hat BlackBerry sein zweites Android-Smartphone angekündigt. Nun konnten wir es bereits kurz ausprobieren. More >
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DTEK50 Camera
Wed, Jul 27th 2016 4:08p   Volker Weber
I shot a few photos and uploaded them to Flickr. Full automatic, iPhone 6S Plus vs DTEK50 back camera. All of these are "difficult" photos, mostly for the lack of light.
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BlackBerry DTEK50 :: I like
Wed, Jul 27th 2016 12:43p   Volker Weber
Picked up my DTEK50 today. And I quite like it, Do you see it? Or do you not see it? This is my first BlackBerry that does not say BlackBerry on the front. It's just a non-descriptive touchscreen phone. Some more photos below ...
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Microsoft Hackathon Project: Reuniting refugees with loved ones
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 4:40p   Volker Weber
Microsoft employees came together across continents, time zones, and cultures to address the refugee crisis through Microsoft cloud intelligence. Learn how their Family Finder mobile app could help refugees locate missing loved ones and offer better technical solutions for humanitarian and relief organizations. More >
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BlackBerry announces DTEK50, its second Android phone
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 11:06a   Volker Weber
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Windows 10 Anniversary Update
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 8:50a   Volker Weber
Next Tuesday the "Anniverary Update" of Windows 10 is upon us. What does that mean? Nothing. Windows used to be distributed on physical media. There was a "Release to Manufacturing" date. And a ship date. But today, there is continuous delivery. Features get added, bugs get fixed. You can be on the Windows Insider program and get those changes earlier, you can even be lagging behind the current "release" as an Enterprise that has to be careful to avoid thousands of helpdesk calls. Window
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My Kryptonite
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 6:38a   Volker Weber
Von Texel ├╝ber Hannover nach Darmstadt. Danke, Bastian!




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