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4-03-2009 @ 9:37AM
So basically you're just jealous that you don't have a device that you can run this application on.What if you forget your keys? What if your keys are stolen? What if your physical authenticator breaks? What if the batteries run out?As you can see, the issue you mentioned are not unique to the iPhone in any way. In fact, you can even set your iPhone to require a password to 'unlock it' (use it) that would prevent anyone from getting to your Mobile Authenticator or anything else on the phone without knowing the code. You can't do the same with your keys.I can't wait to see your comments on the article announcing the BlackBerry version of this, if or when Blizzard decides to release something like this. I can imagine it will contain the words "awesome" and "very convenient."
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