Why is it that each subscriber cannot select their own encryption keys at the time of activation or any time thereafter?
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"Still, it appears to be a solid product, if probably unsexy to the people always on my lawn."
I still use my Blackberry Tour daily, bought about 5 years ago. Sooner or later it will die and I will replace it with a Blackberry Classic. I really don't associate sex with anything to do with smartphones because I figured out how to get sex before Tinder. My lawn is immaculate.
What if Google is who you are trying to keep your information safe from ?
Newer Jeeps are eminently hackable. Check out this guys hack. http://chadgibbons.com/2013/12...
Actually it was not a shotgun. That was just what uninformed witnesses said. It was a deer rifle. Winchester model 94 lever action carbine.
It is an attempt to buy the brand. Blackberry still manufactures the flagship product but low end Z3 is contract manufactured in China by Foxconn. (same as apple)
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Blackberry has done significant development to improve the voice call aspect of the Passport. At the release event they discussed this including closed loop feedback with a separate microphone to improve the loudness and tone at your ear depending upon how far away that you hold the device and the ambient noise and whether the other party is a 'Loud talker' or 'Quiet Talker'. Also mentioned was the extra loud speakerphone mode (300 times louder than Samsung) and the 30 hour battery life. Not sure I believe it until I hear it though. Does anybody use their phone for Voice calls anymore?
Chen actually made a joke about this at the Launch. Stainless steel frame not as likely to bend as the Aluminium one in the iphone 6.
If the country in question has physical access to the server running Blackberry (BES) then they have the ability to eavesdrop on encrypted messages. That is why the German government developed their own encryption over the top and Blackberry bought that company. India was upset because the Blackberry servers were in Canada so they bought their own.
I used to walk home and my Mum would make lunch for me and any chum I brought along.
Tracy Kidder's "The soul of a new machine"
I knew a girl like that once.
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