Its not like you could not see this one coming. The Guardian published a grossly twisted version of the facts about BlackBerry 10 and its security review by the UK Communications Electronics Security Group. BlackBerry responded by saying that the article was “false and misleading” and now it looks like The Guardian is in agreement. [email protected] noticed that the article has now been removed from The Guardian website though the damage is mostly already done by their idiocy. The author Charles Arthur has confirmed on Twitter that it “was wrong to suggest CESG has rejected”BB10. Its unevaluated” and links to exactly that statement by the CESG.
The question is if it makes a difference now that BlackBerry has set the story straight. They cannot go back and unwrite all of the other stories that jumped on that “BlackBerry has lost its way” bandwagon. Still its nice to see that they got it corrected.