Tuesday, March 27, 2012

U.S. Army tests its store of applications for smartphones.

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The US Army officially announced the launch of its first prototype of store applications for mobile phones, called U.S. Army Marketplace. For the moment it contains only a dozen training applications, available on iOS and Android. The applications are now public and reserved first iOS. Term, the US Army wants to develop applications not limited to the training of the soldiers, but also offer applications that can be used in combat, as this prototype to track the movements of Allied troops in real time. But the project currently floundering on a strong constraint: the U.S. Army considers that no mobile phone trade is sufficiently secure for military use. Easy to spy on mobile phones send and receive signals heightened with a relatively sophisticated equipment.


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