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The U.S. Army is Pursuing An Android Smartphone Strategy for Soldiers

According to International Business Times, based on recent comments from U.S. Army personnel, the Army is building an Android-based smartphone framework and application suite designed for soldiers. Senior Army officials have noted that there could be numerous advantages to reap if soldiers are "armed" with customized smartphones, but the really notable part of the Army's current plan is that it has focused on the open source Android-based mobile OS.

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