Boeing Unveils Self-Destructing Smartphone
Rugged and super-secure Boeing Black smartphone targets government agencies involved with defense and homeland security
Aerospace manufacturer Boeing is launching a secure smartphone with a "self-destruct" feature, and the ability to switch between government and commercial networks.
Dubbed Boeing Black, the smartphone is mostly intended for government agencies and "companies engaged in contractual activities with those agencies that are related to defense and homeland security," according to a Feb. 24 filing with the Federal Communications Commission.
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The company, which makes advanced communications systems and satellites as well as commercial and military aircraft, said it came up with the smartphone after devices currently on the market did not meet the needs of defense agencies.
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