Military and government workers in the US could soon be strutting around with a Boeing phone in their highly classified pockets as Boeing gears up for a late 2012 release of its Android spy phone.
Boeing slipped the details to National Defense magazine, noting that the super secure phone won't be as expensive as other $15,000+ custom made military smartphones but is likely to cost a touch more than your average Droid handset.
You'll still be able to get apps on there – that's why Boeing chose Android – but the phone probably won't have the same access to the Google Play Store as your Galaxy S II.
Instead the Boeing phone is set to employ some serious encryption for 'business communications' as well as biometric access. Boeing should probably chuck one Sienna Miller's way – the tabloids are much more interested in what's on her phone than that of some government bod anyway.
Source: Copyright © Stuff.tv
More in Stuff (1 of 10 articles)
More in Stuff (2 of 10 articles)
More in Stuff (3 of 10 articles)
More in Stuff (4 of 10 articles)
More in Stuff (5 of 10 articles)
More in Stuff (6 of 10 articles)
More in Stuff (7 of 10 articles)
More in Stuff (8 of 10 articles)
More in Stuff (9 of 10 articles)
More in Stuff (10 of 10 articles)
Meet the Xbox One
Preview: BlackBerry, Z10
Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy S3
In Pictures: 10 of the best retro game covers
Get advice on the best gear, take part in discussions with comments on blogs, news and reviews; post your
own reviews and tailor make your information specifically to your interests.
Processing registration... Please wait.
This process can take up to a minute to complete.
A confirmation email has been sent to your email address - SUPPLIED EMAIL HERE. Please click on the link in the email to verify your email address. You need to verify your email before you can start posting.
If you do not receive your confirmation email within the next few minutes, it may be because the email has been captured by a junk mail filter. Please ensure you add the domain @pcauthority.com.au to your white-listed senders.
Click here to close this message