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Apple releases a fixed iOS 8 update and addresses issues with bent phones and the Bash bug. Meanwhile, BlackBerry brags about selling out of Passport phones.
The new feature allows you to check your e-mails, texts, calendars, and other documents from your BlackBerry smartphone, your computer, or your tablet.
BlackBerry's unconventional smartphone will cost less than other high-end devices like the Galaxy S5 and iPhone 6.