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After turning an ambitious plan into reality, the people behind the privacy-focused Blackphone are ready for a new adventure. During an interview with BBC Newsbeat, Jon Callas, co-founder of Silent Circle, which made the privacy-focused device in conjunction with Geeksphone, let it be known that t

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If you missed our coverage during Mobile World Congress, then here's what you need to know about Blackphone: it's a mid-spec Android smartphone that comes pre-subscribed to (and pre-installed with) a bunch of privacy and anti-surveillance services, for a price of $629 off-contract. It's the offspr

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Though we were able to tell you all about the Geeksphone Revolution's specs last month, the gestation-themed stock photo gave no clue as to how it actually looked. Now, we finally have pictures of the Firefox OS/Android multiOS handset (there's another after the break) and a further description of

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We're not yet done with 2013 and already handset manufacturers are tempting us with the products that we'll see in 2014. Geeksphone, the outfit behind the Peak+ and Keon, has released the spec list for the third of its Firefox OS devices. The two notable things about the Geeksphone Revolution, of

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Spanish e-tailer Geeksphone already made it known that its Firefox OS handsets would be available (as developer previews) starting early next week. So, it comes as no surprise to find the Keon, the lower-end of its two white-labeled devices, has just passed through the FCC's labs. From a fully fle

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Mozilla said it won't be launching its own hardware to run the in-development Firefox OS when it's finished, but the company has just announced a \"Developer Preview Phone\" for putting the OS through its paces. It's not quite the same as the mystery device we saw sporting Firefox OS at CES, but its

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