The beautiful BlackBerry Venice. Photo: @evleaks

The beautiful BlackBerry Venice. Photo: @evleaks

BlackBerry first Android smartphone is on its way to AT&T, according to recent reports, and based on the leaked photo above, it’s going to be an absolute stunner. In fact, it almost looks too good to be true, but it comes from a very reliable source.

The Dolphin emulator for Android is coming along nicely. Photo: Cult of Android

The Dolphin emulator for Android is coming along nicely. Photo: Cult of Android

The wonderful Dolphin emulator that lets you (illegally) play classic Nintendo games for GameCube and Wii has long been available on Android, but not even today’s most expensive flagships are powerful enough to play them.

NVIDIA’s Shield TV is, however, and as you’ll see in the video below, titles like Phantasy Star Online, Luigi’s Mansion, and Animal Crossing are almost perfectly playable.

BlackBerry finally succumbs to Android. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

BlackBerry’s Android powered smartphone is coming exclusively on AT&T. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

A report from last month had claimed that BlackBerry is working on releasing its own Android running smartphone. Now, according to leak-guru @evleaks, the upcoming handset from BlackBerry will be launching exclusively on AT&T in the United States.

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Plex, the popular media streaming service that makes it easy to access your entire video, music, and photo catalogs from pretty much anywhere, has been hacked.

A server breach this week allowed hackers to gain access to user data — including email addresses, private messages, and forum passwords — but Plex assures us our credit card details are safe.

Chevrolet's "Active Phone Cooling." Photo: Chevrolet

Chevrolet’s “Active Phone Cooling.” Photo: Chevrolet

As a Brit that can’t handle warm weather, the recent heatwave that swept across the U.K. almost killed me. I sat here with my skin sticking to my leather office chair, longing for cool air conditioning that would help me breathe freely again.

But at no point did I stop to consider my poor smartphone.

Smartphones get hot, too — especially when they’re charging — which is why Chevrolet though it would be a great idea to give them their very own air conditioning vent in its 2016 lineup.

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