Monday, February 20, 2012

Pakistani Military Introduces Android-Based PACPAD

Pakistani Military Introduces Android-Based PACPAD, article.

PACPAD is being sold in limited quantities, but represents a new effort by Pakistan’s military to enter into the consumer electronics space. 
“I just can’t figure it out,” Jehan Ara, head of Pakistan’s Software Houses Association, said to the AP. “Even if they could sell a billion units, I can’t see the point. The air force is supposed to be protecting the air space and borders of the country.”

Personally I think that this could be a great trend. If the military industry in various countries around the world might learn that they can have fun and profit without killing people, that might be a stick more towards building the coffin for war in this world.

I heard of a South American country, forget which, which years ago completely abolished their military, and their education and industry have been booming since.

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