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Android Will Be Used In The U.S. Army

November 8, 2010 No Comments

SOURCE: Times of the Internet

The U.S. military seems to favor the Android operating system, to the detriment of other systems on the market. Case invoked seems to be that it provides the ability to customize applications running on it and to adapt them to their specific needs. Moreover, this step was expected, since the operating system as open source Android works, which means, in more common language, as the makers are allowing access to source code and modify or redistribute it without any financial fees.

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