Turing Robotics Drops Android And Sets Up Shop In Finland Amid Global Security Concerns | TechCrunch

California-based secure smartphone manufacturer Turing Robotics Industries announced that it will move manufacturing and its new global headquarter to the Finnish city of Salo. Turing’s decision is rooted in security concerns.

“Finland’s Act on the Protection of Privacy in Electronic Communications which safeguards confidentiality and privacy in telecommunications was the main reason behind TRI’s move to Finland.


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  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Turing American Robotic Industries announces a new phone prototype construction in Salo in the coming months. Originally, it was supposed to happen last spring.

    If implemented new phone would be a staggering features, including 60-megapixel camera and 12 GB of memory capacity. Monolith Chacon named the phone is said to include a 6.4-inch 4K screen, full QWERTY keyboard, the three top-level Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processors and 18 gigabytes of random access memory. Many different mobile sector following sites commented that the company’s plans for marketing gimmicks or even a hoax.

    Source: http://www.iltalehti.fi/digi/2016090722275974_du.shtml

    Announcement: http://us11.campaign-archive1.com/?u=1d34480bd339567cb5c193ac8&id=5926adce6d&e=2be760acda


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