Android in camouflage: How the military can utilize smartphone tech

Android in camouflage: How the military can utilize smartphone tech

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Android is still the smartphone platform of choice for the world’s consumers, but it may also be the ideal operating system for the world’s armies, navies and security agencies. The versatile, open – and free – OS already has most of the necessary pieces in place to power the most...
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