Boeing set to debut self-destructing ‘Black’ smartphone for government agencies and defense contractorsSubmitted by Amandeep Dhaliwal on Fri, 02/28/2014 - 10:09
On Wednesday, Boeing Co unveiled a new Android-powered handset called 'Black' - a self-destructing smartphone. The 'Black' is a much-rumored handset from Boeing, with the company having reportedly filed plans for the mysterious device with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) earlier this month.
Boeing Co. is facing mounting pressure from rival Airbus after the company has tested A350. Airbus has advanced fast to make inroads in the wide-body market.
Airbus has tested its new-fangled mid-size, long-range A350 plane at its French home in Toulouse this Friday. The new plan e is expected to enter commercial service before the end of 2014.
It seems the long running dispute between Air India and Boeing has finally been settled with Boeing 787 commercial widebody airplane being delivered to Air India, on Thursday at Boeing Co's final assembly plant. It was apparently kept at the Boeing plant near Charleston, South Carolina, but due to the issue of compensation, delivery was delayed for months from the scheduled end of May.
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