A new self-funded smartphone project seeks to make the most secure smartphone there ever was.
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A company claiming to make the most secure smartphone software on the market announces that it's on schedule to make the phones for real.
Based on encryption algorithms years in the making, the security of this self-funded Android smartphone throws down the gauntlet to data thieves.
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