BlackBerry's popular messaging app expands to more devices and gets a social twist, T-Mobile snags the flagship Lumia 925, and Google hides a classic game within its image search.
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Also in this episode of Update, get a first-look at the metal Nokia Lumia 925, arriving exclusively to T-Mobile in July. Verizon's top Windows Phone, the Lumia 928, arrives this week.
And take a game break on Google by searching the phrase "Atari Breakout" in a Google image search. It's one of Google's latest hidden tricks, known as an Easter egg. Another type of mini-game can be found by going to Google to search for the phrase "Zerg rush." Or see a cool effect by searching for the word "tilt" or the phrase "do a barrel roll." And in Google Maps, try getting walking directors from "The Shire" to "Mordor."
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