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Mobile World Congress 2018

Blackphone+ is an encrypted tablet

We get to grips with Silent Circle's Blackphone+, a tablet built to foil hackers and spies.
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Silent Circle Blackphone+

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Silent Circle's secretive tablet is due out this autumn, and prioritises your privacy. Read on for all the details.

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