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Obama had been forced to give up his beloved but insufficiently secured BlackBerry after his inauguration and in the interim has been made to attach it to a cumbersome handheld device known as a Sectera Edge, supplied by the National Security Agency, the newspaper reported Thursday.
Since inauguration day, Obama has been using an undisclosed BlackBerry that must be plugged into another device known as the Sectera Edge, developed by General Dynamics.
eWeek - RSS Feeds 2009
Specifically, he has been hooking up his existing BlackBerry to a security device called a Sectera Edge, made by General Dynamics.
CNET News.com 2009
In the interim, Mr. Obama has been using a patchwork of two devices, a BlackBerry and an NSA-supplied secure handheld device known as Sectera Edge.
The comments from the White House followed recent reports that Obama might begin using a device called the Sectera Edge that complies with the government's highest security requirements, unlike the BlackBerry.
InfoWorld RSS Feed 2009
One is his older-version BlackBerry and the other is an NSA-supplied handheld known as the Sectera Edge from General Dynanics Corp.
ARN News 2009
President Obama gets to keep his Blackberry for his own use, but he's required to use a super-secure version called the Sectera Edge for official chit chat.
Writing on his blog for the Atlantic magazine, Marc Ambinder reports that the NSA and the president have reached a compromise, a spy-proof BlackBerry alternative called Sectera Edge.
One is his older-version BlackBerry and the other is an NSA-supplied handheld known as the Sectera Edge from General Dynamics Corp.
Off topic, but still relating to Obama: Looks like he was given a Sectera Edge after all.
"Well, you can see why that would catch him by surprise..." Ann Althouse 2009