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  • Is This BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition Really Running On Android?

    Despite BlackBerry indicating that it has no plans to build a device that runs on Android, some hoped for an about-face abrupt enough to see the popular operating system arrive on the Silver edition of the BlackBerry Passport. That didn't happen, but a YouTuber is claiming to have loaded the Android OS on the recently launched BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition.

  • Dreamify for Android creates trippy images from your photos using Google’s Deep Dream tech

    A couple of months ago, Google created a visualization tool to understand how neural networks operate. It also open sourced the code for the Deep Dream project, allowing users to run images and video through it to get some interesting results.

  • Android Lollipop adoption rates on the rise: 18.1 per cent of users now on latest software

    Almost a year after the release of Google’s latest Android software version, Android Lollipop has received a small bump in the number of consumer devices that have actually got it.

    A report from Google shows that the install base of devices running either Lollipop 5.0 or 5.1 has risen to 18.1%, a reasonable increase from the 12.4% share seen in reports this June.

  • New renders of the Android-powered BlackBerry Venice

    As before, we can make out a new curved display design that bears a striking resemblance to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Samsung may been keen to sell its AMOLED technology to other parties, but it is also possible that LG could be providing the display. A similar looking LG prototype display was spotted behind closed doors earlier this year.

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