"Snipers in Iraq and Afghanistan now use a "ballistics calculator" called BulletFlight, made by the Florida firm Knight's Armament for the iPod Touch and iPhone. Army researchers are developing applications to turn an iPod into a remote control for a bomb-disposal robot (tilting the iPod steers the robot). In Sudan, American military observers are using iPods to learn the appropriate etiquette for interacting with tribal leaders," the report says.According to an Army official in Baghdad, the devices have yet to be successfully hacked and at $230 a pop, the iPod may fit right into President Obama's 663.7 billion dollar defense budget.
Source: The Future of Networked Warfare Begins with Apple - ReadWriteWeb
although if you started a thread that was say 'annie shags donkeys and was in playboy ten years ago' obviously that would get deleted cos it's a big lie..... i never shagged a donkey only woke up with a few next day, and i only buy playboy for the articles
Do you mind not disturbing me snapper honey i am trying to fill out my entry forms for american military i really fancy one of those I-pod touch's. It's quite hard i have to put my name and everything in here..... isn't next of kin a movie Patrick Swayze was in?
I would keep an close eye to her the next couple of weeks