Purism Blog- 4.27.20
I often hear people saying that they have nothing to hide, and I usually reply that it is not about what you want to hide, it is about what you want to protect – your family’s privacy. Modern smartphones are convenience, always on and connected, but they come with a large attack surface to be exploited by hackers or even spying companies.
Full Post: The smartphone with convenience and control
Purism Blog – 3.25.20
Purism has been working remote since we started in 2014. Here’s our list of essential free software for remote work, all can be self hosted or used via various hosted options.
Full Post: Our Essential List of Free Software for Remote Work
Purism Blog – 2.20.20
Since I’ve seen plenty of misconceptions flying around, let’s go through a quick sum up of what is included in PureOS, the default GNU/Linux distribution installed on the Librem 5.
Source: What is Mobile PureOS?
Purism Blog – 10.17.19 (10.16.19)
Halo Privacy partners with Purism to provide best-in-class secure hardware devices to large enterprise customers in defense, aerospace, and the cryptocurrency/fintech sector.
Source: Halo Privacy partners with Purism – Purism
Purism Blog – 8.5.19 (8.1.19)
Now that we are in the home stretch for the Librem 5 launch, it’s a good time to start discussing some visions for the future. While the Librem 5 can operate as a traditional cellular phone today, in this post we are going to discuss its potential as a “no-carrier phone.”
Read more: What a No-Carrier Phone Could Look Like