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The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) will end its contract with BlackBerry maker Research In Motion in favor of the iPhone, reports "Reuters" (http://macte.ch/BrhEZ).
The agency said in a solicitation document posted last week that it intends to buy iPhones for more than 17,600 employees -- a purchase worth US$2.1 million. According to "Reuters," the agency said RIM "can no longer meet the mobile technology needs of the agency."
It also said it analyzed Apple's iOS-based devices and Google Inc's Android operating system. ICE concluded that, for the near term, the iPhone is the best tech fit for the agency.