Super-durable ‘Liquidmorphium’ Turing Phone promises ultra-secure communications

Turing Robotic Industries (TRI) has announced a new device called the Turing Phone that promises to provide end-to-end encryption and a more sustainable production process than a regular smartphone. Announced today, the device uses decentralized authentication to encrypt any communications and comes with its master public key and unique private key pre-installed with the phone. Additionally, if you’re communicating with another Turing Phone, the two devices can directly verify their idendity, side-stepping the need to route it via a Key Distribution Center. And what’s the end result of all this encryption and security? “A protected communications network that is entirely insulated from cyber-threats…

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