BlackBerry CEO confirms Priv for Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint

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BlackBerry’s Priv was launched as a device resurrect the brand and make it mainstream once again. The issue is that the Priv can only be bought from a limited number of places, which is actually a massive issue in the United States. Two months after BlackBerry started selling the Priv, AT&T is still the sole carrier in the United States offering the handset. It actually turns out, and this shouldn’t come as a surprise, that AT&T had an exclusive deal with BlackBerry to be the exclusive U.S. seller of the Priv for sixty days. BlackBerry was also required to not comment on carrier availability. Now, with the deal expiring, BlackBerry is ready to send its flagship to Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint.

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Verizon will sell the Fitbit Blaze and Moto 360 Sport

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Verizon has just revealed that it will be selling both the Fitbit Blaze and Moto 360 Sport, which were showcased yesterday at CES, through its online and bricks-and-mortar stores. The former is now up for pre-order in Black, Blue, and Plum colorways with a price tag of $199.99, whilst the latter will set you back $299.99 when it launches tomorrow.

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