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4-26-2011 @ 3:03PM
I wish they did this for the BlackBerry OS.....
4-26-2011 @ 3:09PM
And I wish they would do it for Windows phones. :(
4-26-2011 @ 3:17PM
Second that. Blackberry needs love too!!!
4-26-2011 @ 3:21PM
Forget phones for a moment, I'm wondering why (to my knowledge), there's been no mention of remote guild chat through a web browser. That functionality exists for the remote AH, why not let those of us who like to carry an actual phone instead of a mini computer use this new tool?
4-26-2011 @ 3:31PM
A web API for communicating with the game is highly open to exploitation.Not to say that mobile phones are paragons of security, but it becomes a little easier to narrow down the security risks on them.
4-27-2011 @ 7:28AM
The BB Playbook is meant to be able to run Android apps, who's to say RIM can't tweak it for other Blackberries?
4-27-2011 @ 11:08AM
-----Nopunin10did Apr 26th 2011 3:31PMA web API for communicating with the game is highly open to exploitation.Not to say that mobile phones are paragons of security, but it becomes a little easier to narrow down the security risks on them.-----The fact that simplified APIs exist inevitably means that someone is interested in using them outside Blizzard's intent and is busy (or has already been busy) reverse engineering them and hacking together their own code to use them. AH bots come to mind. I'm watching for the first Pidgin plugins for guildchat.
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