This is an example of the perils of televised challenges. This BBC reporter at the CES convention responds to a challenge from a CEO to break the unbreakable phone and proceeds to do so.
The CEO promised that it could be dropped from ten stories or used to hammer a nail.
The water thing is still pretty impressive, particularly for those of us accused of “water damage.” (here.
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8 thoughts on “OOPS: BBC Reporters Breaks Unbreakable Phone on Television”
I am regular reader, how are you everybody? This post posted at this web site is genuinely
I seem to remember that unbreakable objects are useful for breaking other things…
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?
Here’s the URL to the BBC http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/8450385.stm
It’s good for a laugh.
The waterproofing idea could be very helpful. A few years ago I was helping a friend move. It had to be the hottest day on record. My friends phone rang, he answered it, and his sweat managed to short out the phone.
Is this competition for the iPhone? The Ut-oPhone.
Did he use my phone as a hammer per chance.
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