Tuesday, 13 May 2014

US Navy's NeRD keeps reading under the radar

Bucking the "more is better" trend of digital technology, the US Navy has unveiled an e-reader that’s notable for its lack of features. Designed to provide service personnel with digital format books without breaching security, the Navy e-Reader Device (NeRD) lacks networking capabilities like Wi-Fi, or the ability to add or remove anything from its digital library... Continue Reading US Navy's NeRD keeps reading under the radar

Section: Mobile Technology

Tags: E-reader, Security, Submarine, US Navy

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