New Boeing Smartphone Self Destructs If Tampered With

February 28, 2014


The Boeing Black is a new call-encrypting smartphone designed by the aerospace giant for use in the government and private sectors where phone security is of utmost importance. The phone will delete all its data and brick itself if it senses being opened or tampered with. However it will not catch fire and explode, making it significantly less cooler than I expected.

Boeing's tamper-proof phone is aimed at government agencies and contractors who need to keep communication and data secure, according to Boeing and filings with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.

Made in the United States, the phone runs on Google Inc's Android operating system. The 5.2-by-2.7-inch handset, slightly larger than an iPhone, uses dual SIM cards to enable it to access multiple cell networks instead of a single network like a normal cellphone.

Awesome, I'm tired of getting my phone hacked and all my nude photos stolen. Plus the sext messages! Remember the last time all my sexts got leaked?

GW: Have I ever told you my penis is twice the size of a volcano but ten times as dangerous?
Girlfriend: I've seen it before, and it definitely isn't. Now stop texting, I'm in a business meeting.
GW: Fine
GW: Hey
GW: You there?
GW: Help, I'm going limp.

Thank to my buddy JB, who keeps all his telecommunications secure by only meeting in person wearing a fedora and fake mustache.

  • Monochromatyczny Wojownik

    It seems that eventually exploded, and we wont hear from GW again. 4 days of silence, that's not coincidence!

  • lorrrd

    yep no coincidence ... he was too much into conspiracies ! Word is out he`s stuck in an agency-meeting in sweet alabama , something with self-rebooting brain-cells , jobbs ,gates ,schmidt , mccaine them zombies are all there !! ( you don`t have it from me!! ) {and yeah! young (loo)ciphers like zb of FB or page & brin aren`t there! Why should them anyways?}

  • Ken

    I wonder if Boeing employed the same engineers who designed the 787 Dreamliner's self-combusting batteries.

  • Kimberly William

    my buddy's sister Μ­­­­­­а­­­­­­κ­­­­­­℮­­­­­­ѕ $­­­­­­­87 հ­­­­­­օ­­­­­­υ­­­­­­rly on the l­­­­­­а­­­­­­р­­­­­­τ­­­­­­օ­­­­­­р. She has been without a ј­­­­­օ­­­­­ƅ for nine Μ­­­­­­օ­­­­­­ո­­­­­­τ­­­­­­հ­­­­­­ѕ but last Μ­­­­­­օ­­­­­­ո­­­­­­τ­­­­­­հ her р­­­­­­а­­­У check was $­­­­­­­16103 just W­­­­­­օ­­­­­­r­­­­­­κing on the l­­­­­­а­­­­­­р­­­­­­τ­­­­­­օ­­­­­­р for a Ϝ­­­­­­℮­­­­­­W հ­­­­­­օ­­­­­­υ­­­­­­rs. check this ѕ­­­­­­і­­­­­­τ­­­­­­℮ out,... https://GoogleProjectsjob2014getia2c....

    ☭☭☭ ☭☭☭ ☭☭☭ ☭☭☭�☭ ☭☭☭That's all well and good except that I've never had a phone that hasn't frozen up at some point, forcing me to remove the battery in order to reboot it.

  • lorrrd

    ...nope these accumulators were made in japan at a panasonic-branch somewhere close to fU-shima ... (which is entirely controlled from abroad via "future-net" similar 2 iranium few years ago!) talkin about golbal war-fare-heirs : wonder why > Tesla < starts now with manufacturing own Li-ion-batteries & not 3 years ago !

  • lorrrd

    hey Grand-Worker ! 9-5 ? and let us starve for relevant news & L`Awesummit on weekenders ??? Not nice , just saying ! H.B. !!

  • RiotDX

    That's all well and good except that I've never had a phone that hasn't frozen up at some point, forcing me to remove the battery in order to reboot it. This would only be a good idea if there's a (difficult to press accidentally) hard reset button that mechanically cuts power to the device.

  • iPhones don't have this problem. It'll freeze up, but it's smart enuff to reboot itself.

  • Netyro

    By "smart enough to reboot itself" you mean they added those extra couple lines of code so that their phones would reset themselves in case of failure.. seeing as how there's no way to access the battery without prying the phone open since apple is so proprietary that they wont even let you touch the battery or any other component of their phone to modify.
    But yes, I'll let you keep thinking that its because apple phones are better.
    And not because that company is greedy as all hell, wanting to limit even simple self repairs (such as replacing a burnt out battery) in order for them to be able to over-charge you with a service fee and battery.

  • I never said Apple was a better brand, i just pointed out iPhones users don't have to remove the battery to reset the phone, but good rant tho!!!

  • OrehRatiug

    All phones do this. It isn't 100% guaranteed. This goes for the iPhones as well. They are well designed but not infallible. People need to stop this 'god' worship over technology brands.

  • I didn't even mention a brand, but i know what you meant. I don't think anyone on this thread is "worshiping" any tech. As the website suggests, we're all geeks and extremely knowledgeable about tech. Each mobil OS and handset all have there challenges, I've chosen my set of problems I'm willing to live with. So keep doing it is whatever u do... Im gonna get back to fete'n at carnival in Trinidad!!!

  • Guest

    weeeelll...... kinda

  • Guest know....not.

  • Lee

    I can already see headlines of said phone being lost in a bar than hacked... 2 years from now.

  • Anything can be hacked given enuff time...

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