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Back that thing up: Lifetime of iDrive unlimited encrypted mobile backup only $19.99 (Deal of the Day)

Imagine the horror of a bricked or water-damaged phone and the sudden realization that all of your valuable photos, contacts, and sensitive information are drifting away in the digital wind. We think that years worth of collected data is invaluable. Luckily for you, iDrive does, too.

Our Deal of the Day aims to put your fears at ease with a lifetime of mobile cloud backup through iDrive. Priced at only $ 19.99, you can backup data from up to five devices. Mix and match your phones, tablets, desktops, etc.; it doesn’t matter where it comes from. Be it media like pictures, video, important documents, or even social media files, iDrive will host it for you.

Features

  • 256-bit AES encryption with an optional user defined key
  • Back up your iOS device and restore it to your Android and vice versa
  • Access backed up files from any mobile device, or through the web
  • Share your files with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and email
  • IDrive features Facebook & Instagram backup

Where to Buy

Normally you’ll spend about $ 50 for a lifetime account like this, but we like you. AndroidGuys readers can order a license for only $ 19.99 through our Deals store. Hurry, though, it won’t last long!

Save even more!

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If this is your first time buying, then you are also eligible for a further 10% discount when you subscribe for email updates.

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BlackBerry shares surge again on news of super encrypted messaging platform

Up by nearly a fifth in just a week

BlackBerry’s CEO John Chen has given the firm’s investors further cheer after revealing its messaging system would be made more bullet-proof for corporate customers.
The news, coming in the wake of Facebook’s $ 19 billion (£11.4 billion) planned purchase of WhatsApp which alone made analysts reappraise the value of BlackBerry’s messaging system, sent shares in the Toronto phone maker up another 8 per cent at close last night [25th February 2014], resulting in an overall 18 per cent leap in the manufacturer’s stock in less than a week. It ended the day at $ 10.60 on Nasdaq.
Speaking at Mobile World Congress in Spain, Chen revealed how BlackBerry would introduce BBM Protected as part of its new enterprise suite for large companies and institutions, bringing encrypted messaging to customers such as those in financial services, government and healthcare.
The announcement came as BlackBerry unveiled the first smartphone made by its new Taiwanese manufacturing partner Foxconn, the BlackBerry Z3. Meanwhile Chen also unveiled a second new phone, the Q20, that will be released before the end of the year, but uses BlackBerry’s traditional physical keyboard rather than a touchscreen.

* Apple has faced yet another security scare after details of how flaws in its iPhone software compromised users’ communications. Cyber security specialists FireEye published a “proof of concept” surveillance app that would allow attackers to capture every tap on the iPhone’s screen or buttons. Though it’s thought the glitch has been around for a year, Apple it said to have only recently released a security patch to fix it.

Dave Evans is a long established commentator on both the IT and cellular industries. His current focus is on share price trends within the sector. You can email him here


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