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Amazon pilot 'Casanova' wants you to show a little love for history's greatest lover

If you like this pilot episode from the director of "Amelie", it could be made into a series. Here's our review.

By August 6, 2015

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Anticipated BlackBerry A10 makes alleged video debut

An unofficial video clip supports rumors that the 'Aristo' will be an all-touchscreen device with a 5-inch screen.

By July 15, 2013

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BlackBerry A10 gets the leaked-pic treatment

Leaked photo shows off a 5-inch screen on a device reported to be the next BlackBerry 10 smartphone.

By July 12, 2013

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BlackBerry A10 leaked picture shows off 5-inch screen

A leaked photo shows off the 5-inch screen on the A10, reported to be the next BlackBerry 10 smart phone.

By July 12, 2013

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BlackBerry A10 set for 5-inch screen, dual-core, says report

BlackBerry's rumoured to unveil a new flagship 5-inch touchscreen phone called the A10 later this year -- and it looks like the Galaxy S4.

By July 11, 2013

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BlackBerry's next flagship phone: The all-touchscreen A10

Sprint has already committed to selling the A10, which is the successor to the Z10, in November, CNET has learned.

By June 5, 2013

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Details for RIM's Blackberry 10 superphone surface

Reportedly leaked specs point to a new top-shelf Blackberry Aristo device.

By October 4, 2012

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Pay $7 to promote your Facebook status?

Fork over money to Facebook to get a post seen by more friends, be prepared for autotagging technology, and size up the specs for BlackBerry's next smartphone.

By October 4, 2012

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Short: Aristo announced new CFO

Aristo International of New York City announced Glenn P. Sblendorio as its CFO. Sblendorio was formerly senior vice president and CFO at Sony Interactive Entertainment. Aristo designs and develops global, networked entertainment.

By September 18, 1996

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Bushnell's game plan on track

Entrepreneur Nolan Bushnell's planned return to the video-game business undergoes big changes but stays on track for next month's rollout.

By January 9, 1997