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With signature QWERTY keyboards, amazing security features and extra-wide screens, BlackBerry makes some of the most unique smartphones on the market. And with devices now available on both Android and BlackBerry operating systems, you’re sure to find something you'll love. Find out more about the range of BlackBerry phones at Carphone Warehouse below.

Whether it's the QWERTY keyboard, brilliant security features or BlackBerry Hub where you can organise your messages and media – there's always something unique, innovative and clever on BlackBerry handsets. And with the Priv now running Android software, for the first time ever you’ll get the best of BlackBerry plus access to 1.5 million Android apps.

There's a range of BlackBerry phones at Carphone Warehouse, from the iconic Classic to the unique Priv. The Priv is BlackBerry’s first phone running Android software, so you get all of the amazing security technology, design and BlackBerry features like BBM Messenger, but you also get to access 1.5 million apps on the Google Play Store.

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Back in 2007 when I started here at CrackBerry, I never imagined that one day I would be writing about BlackBerry's third Android device being available, but here we are. The DTEK60 has arrived, and after having spent some time with the device, it's time to take a look beyond our initial hands-on and see how the DTEK60 stands up to everyday use.

The DTEK60 is the latest in BlackBerry's line of secure Android smartphones combining best-in-class security and flagship specs but at a lower price tier than most flagship phones. It's a complete package that is great for enterprises and organizations looking to deploy devices but can also be recommended to anyone looking to move into flagship hardware without breaking the bank.

As I noted in my initial hands-on and I'm sure many DTEK60 owners will now tell you, no amount of photos really do the DTEK60 justice, especially if you're already familiar with seeing the DTEK50. Aside from the weight of the device, the design of the DTEK60 is going to be one of the first things you notice, and that's a good thing. It looks elegant and has a classy premium feel to it.

With signature QWERTY keyboards, amazing security features and extra-wide screens, BlackBerry makes some of the most unique smartphones on the market. And with devices now available on both Android and BlackBerry operating systems, you’re sure to find something you'll love. Find out more about the range of BlackBerry phones at Carphone Warehouse below.

Whether it's the QWERTY keyboard, brilliant security features or BlackBerry Hub where you can organise your messages and media – there's always something unique, innovative and clever on BlackBerry handsets. And with the Priv now running Android software, for the first time ever you’ll get the best of BlackBerry plus access to 1.5 million Android apps.

There's a range of BlackBerry phones at Carphone Warehouse, from the iconic Classic to the unique Priv. The Priv is BlackBerry’s first phone running Android software, so you get all of the amazing security technology, design and BlackBerry features like BBM Messenger, but you also get to access 1.5 million apps on the Google Play Store.

For many, security tops the list of IoT challenges. Our new handbook is filled with best practices for IoT security, looking at raising awareness of potential security threats wrought by IoT, how to test your defenses in the IoT era, and more.

The industry still has some reservations about the use of elliptic curves. Nigel Smart, a Hewlett Packard researcher, discovered a flaw in which certain curves are extremely vulnerable. However, Philip Deck of Certicom says that, while there are curves that are vulnerable, those implementing ECC would have to know which curves could not be used. He believes that ECC offers a unique potential as a technology that could be implemented worldwide and across all devices. According to Deck (quoted in Wired ), "the only way you can achieve that is with elliptic curve."

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BlackBerry Internet Service provides business users of BlackBerry devices with Internet capabilities and virtual real-time delivery of email and messaging services, using push technology. You can establish up to 10 email accounts to keep users abreast of news and developments, as well as providing a centralized location in which to track business activity. The feature may be activated using one of three methods, either on the device itself or from the PC. Unlike its counterpart, the corporate-owned BlackBerry Enterprise Service or BES, wireless carriers operate and manage the service.

Kammy Pow studied biological sciences at the University of California Irvine. She spent 13 years as a programmer for the financial, medical research, and healthcare sectors. She has been freelancing since 2005 and currently writes health-care related material and pens the occasional review for Southern California altweeklies.