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Celebs hit the road in new Carpool Karaoke ad


Carpool Karaoke.
Apple's new show explodes onto screens August 8.
Photo: Apple Music

Apple shows off the celebrity pairings that will rev up Carpool Karaoke in a new spot for the upcoming show.

The first star-studded episode premieres on Apple Music on August 8. But you can get a preview of the sing-along show in the trailer below.

Britney Spears, Alicia Keys and Robbie Williams headline Apple Music Festival


As far as star power goes, Apple Music Festival doesn't disappoint.
Photo: Britney Spears

Apple has released the headliners for this year’s Apple Music festival, and as far as big names go, it doesn’t disappoint.

Top acts include (deep breath) Britney Spears, Sir Elton John, Alicia Keys, Calvin Harris, Robbie Williams, The 1975, OneRepublic, Bastille, Michael Buble and Chance the Rapper — all of whom will appear at London’s Roundhouse next month.

BlackBerry gets caught tweeting from an iPhone


Even Blackberry prefers iPhone. Photo: The Verge

BlackBerry isn’t quite dead yet, but don’t tell that to the person running their Twitter account.

The classic BlackBerry keyboard is great for pounding out 140-character tweets, yet whoever is tweeting from @BlackBerry was spotted using an iPhone to implore the brand’s few faithful remaining fans to keep up with the BlackBerry conversation on Twitter.

BlackBerry’s CEO Thinks Tablets Will Be Dead In Five Years


Say what?
Say what?

BlackBerry has been going through a bit of a rough patch the last few years. The iPhone and Android stole the smartphone market from beneath their feet, and its recent product launches have been incredibly underwhelming.

Things are looking bad for BlackBerry, but it’s totally not going to let these last few years of mediocrity get to it though. In fact, BlackBerry’s CEO thinks his company just needs to weather the storm while everyone is going through this iPad-fad thing.

In a recent interview, BlackBerry’s CEO, Thorsten Heins said that he sees a limited future for tablet computers, and we’ll probably stop using them in a couple years.