NSA gets its own smartphone

Finally, here's a phone plan that allows you to switch from the U.S. Government's Secret Internet Protocol Router Network to the unclassified Internet Protocol Router Network with a single keystroke.The National Security Agency has authorized military and government personnel to order up a bunch of General Dynamics' Sectera Edge secure, wireless smartphones, which will not […]

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Finally, here's a phone plan that allows you to switch from the U.S. Government's Secret Internet Protocol Router Network to the unclassified Internet Protocol Router Network with a single keystroke.

The National Security Agency has authorized military and government personnel to order up a bunch of General Dynamics' Sectera Edge secure, wireless smartphones, which will not only allow them to make secure calls but also to email and Web-browse in either classified or unclassified mode. The phones will still operate right along with everyone else on the existing high-speed Global System for Mobile Communications, Code Division Multiple Access and Wi-Fi commercial cellular networks.

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