Blackberry spy stick

 

As we've heard from numerous stories, people sometimes keep a lot of sensitive information on their cell phones. iPhones in particular hold a lot of potentially sensitive information, from text messages to searched locations on Google Maps. All of that can be extracted from an iPhone using a special Spy Stick.

Right now, the stick only supports iOS versions up to 3.21, but the company says that an iOS 4 compatible patch will be coming in October.

Blackberry spy stick

Almost like a couple that went on a few dates to gauge compatibility, TCL has made its courtship with BlackBerry official at CES 2017, with the two announcing a partnership to utilize their respective resources.

In some respects, it appears to be a marriage of convenience, if only because each side has something the other wants. Granted, every corporate collaboration is generally a quid pro quo designed to benefit both sides, and this one is no different. While neither an acquisition nor a merger, the level of cooperation will be substantial.

Steve Cistulli, president and general manager of TCL in North America, spoke to a group of reporters in Las Vegas, including MobileSyrup , flanked by BlackBerry executives, to outline why such a step was taken, and how it will work.

As we've heard from numerous stories, people sometimes keep a lot of sensitive information on their cell phones. iPhones in particular hold a lot of potentially sensitive information, from text messages to searched locations on Google Maps. All of that can be extracted from an iPhone using a special Spy Stick.

Right now, the stick only supports iOS versions up to 3.21, but the company says that an iOS 4 compatible patch will be coming in October.