AT&T may have scored the RIM BlackBerry 8820 last week, but we're thinking T-Mobile got the better deal with the just-announced RIM BlackBerry 8320, aka the BlackBerry Curve with Wi-Fi (Yahtzee!). Why? Well, first it has the same sleek design of the original Curve and a more spacious and easy-to-use QWERTY keyboard. You also get a 2-megapixel camera, whereas the BlackBerry 8820 is sans camera. Of course, the latter is definitely aimed more at the business set, whereas the BlackBerry 8320 will have more mass appeal. And what can we say about the addition of Wi-Fi? Yes, please! The RIM BlackBerry 8320 will be available starting Monday for $249.99 with a two-year contract, and you have your choice of two colors: pale gold or titanium. We've actually been spending some quality hands-on time with the device over the weekend, so be sure to check back Monday morning for our full review.
Siri has eyes for you: Apple reportedly testing Echo rival with camera
Apple is said to be testing its own smart speaker, and it could know how you feel with facial recognition.
by Bridget Carey
The biggest hack in history, and users want more Note 7s
In this week's news wrap: Yahoo says a state-sponsored attack led to at least 500 million accounts being compromised; Samsung announces its US recall is going well; And Google heavily suggests its introducing a phone on October 4.