RIM gets patent to stop Mr. Blurrycam
0. phoneArena 02 Jan 2013, 02:30 posted on
Given how much action BlackBerry 10 has seen thanks to quick people with cameras, many would argue...
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1. big.e927 (Posts: 94; Member since: 21 Nov 2012)
Although I see the reason for this, overall, it just seems flat-out stupid. Might as well have a no cellphone policy. If anything, why would anyone be as stupid to take a picture of sensitive documents with a phone in the first place? Blackberry devices aren't too well known for their pictures seeing how their quality and resolution is dictated by their 3mp cameras and inability to pinch-to-zoom. A spy can do better with just a regular camera. >.>
5. jroc74 (Posts: 5643; Member since: 30 Dec 2010)
Most places that have sensitive info, have a no cell phone policy. They dont care who its made by. I have worked in that type of environment since 2008. NO cellphones allowed in the offices, period. Now its no eletronic devices allowed in the offices that can have storage or a camera. CD players are allowed, radios are too. Thats about it.
2. phil2n (Posts: 487; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)
unique patent, but still i don't need this kind of thing. I want a real Invention and Innovation
3. wateryspit (Posts: 14; Member since: 25 Jan 2011)
does anyone even care about blackberry anymore, as a consumer i would rather have more apps than what bb has to offer. and by the way there cameras stink.
4. stychill (unregistered)
I honestly don't care about this, whats coming on the 30th seems a lot more interesting.