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CrackBerry reviews the BlackBerry Passport

Some of you may or may not be BlackBerry fans, but on the heels of the biggest iPhone to date, the biggest BlackBerry to date has arrived as well. The BlackBerry Passport is the largest, squarest BlackBerry device there is and CrackBerry took it on with both hands. It has design that's optimized to get things done, and with a 3450mAh battery and 32GB of storage, you'll be able to do just that.

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CrackBerry's celebrating its 7th birthday with a giveaway… and it's not a BlackBerry!

Our friends at CrackBerry are celebrating their 7th birthday this week (as if they needed a reason to celebrate this week), and they're doing it by giving away a batch of cool stuff. Oh, and it's cool not-BlackBerry stuff.

"What kind of cool not-BlackBerry stuff?" you ask?

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Win yourselves an iPad, courtesy of Crackberry.com?!

It's been a rough end to the week for our BlackBerry loving friends over at CrackBerry. The PlayBook, the one and only tablet from BlackBerry, long promised an update to BlackBerry 10, has basically been killed. A sad day for those who clung to their PlayBook waiting, hoping, but CrackBerry is determined to turn the mood around by giving away any tablet that isn't a PlayBook. That's right; you could win an iPad on CrackBerry!

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Editor's desk: Big Apple Apple

I've been in New York City all week at the temporary Mobile Nations HQ working on some amazing stuff. We're not finished yet, which means I can't announce it yet, but I also can't wait to tell you all about it. In the meantime, here's some catch-up on the CrackBerry party, the Facebook event, and what Apple's up to with iOS 7 and the iPhone 5s...

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Editor's desk: NYC -- and BlackBerry -- bound

I'm sitting at the gate waiting for my flight to New York City where I'll be working with Kevin Michaluk, David Lundblad, and the Mobile Nations team on a bunch of really cool stuff we're hoping to tell you, and everyone, about really soon. I'll also be attending the NYC CrackBerry party, where the CB team will be celebrating the launch of the BlackBerry Z10 and the new CrackBerry redesign, maybe in that order.

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Iterate 42: Marcus Adolfsson, David Lunblad and CrackBerry 10

Marcus Adolfsson and David Lundblad of Mobile Nations join Seth and Rene to talk about the CrackBerry 10 redesign, building the Passport sign-in system, and developing the CB10 app for BlackBerry 10.

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Want a sneak-preview at the future of iMore? Check out the new CrackBerry!

CrackBerry, the BlackBerry-centric side of the mighty Mobile Nations community, has just undergone a massive redesign. As mobile devices go more mainstream, the needs of their users -- our readers, listeners, and viewers -- grow increasingly diverse. Serving those needs -- your needs -- gets increasingly challenging. CrackBerry is our first stab at it, and wow did we swing for the stars. It may not look like your traditional reverse-chronological blog (though there's a button you can push to escape back to that!), but it's going to allow us to better present and organize content, and really take our communities to the next level.

iMore 3.0 won't be exactly that, of course, but it'll be based on that. Every site, every design is an iteration. But, if you want to get a sneak-preview of where we're going next, head on over to CrackBerry and click or tap your way though their killer new Home page and amazing new device, topic, and help pages. And if you're curious about the process we took and the thinking behind it, check out these joints:

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Mobile Nations 7: Beta

Phil, Kevin, and Rene beta test a new video rig, survive technical problems, and talk RIM results, BlackBerry striking back, next generation Android phones, Windows 8 tablets, and a tale of two iPhones. This is Mobile Nations!

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Updated: RIM responds to Apple over antennagate

Co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie have released an official response from RIM to Apple's iPhone 4 press conference yesterday and Steve Jobs' demonstration of a BlackBerry Bold 9700 suffering from similar signal-drop when death-gripped:

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TiPb Responds to iPhone Reviews -- Smartphone Round Robin

Over the last 5 weeks of the 3rd Annual Smartphone Round Robin, the editors of our sibling sites, Casey from AndroidCentral.com, Kevin from CrackBerry.com, Matt from NokiaExperts.com, Dieter from PreCentral.net, and Phil from WMExperts.com have all had their chance to review TiPb's flagship iPhone 3GS. And we've just had to sit here and take it, the good and the bad, the raves and the rants. Well, it's week 6 now, baby, and TiPb gets to retort!

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