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NASA's Johnson Space Center told TechRepublic the whole story behind one of the most important tools it uses to train astronauts: virtual reality. Learn how the agency pulled off V...
Google has re-defined the router and you'll want to seriously consider investing in this new piece of technology.
Performance Evaluation of Spectrum Sensing Techniques based on Eigenvalue in Cognitive Radio Networks
Spectrum management is required to control the transmission of radio waves to avoid interference and mixing among wireless users. Intelligent transceiver i.e. cognitive radio is th...
Security can no longer be an afterthought, nor can IT leaders rely on security through obscurity. Here's how to incorporate security into IT products and initiatives from the start...
Internet circuits have traditionally been considered too unreliable to replace dedicated circuits. Software-defined WAN vendors hope to change that perception.
Mobile network operators in Europe are reportedly planning to strip out ads in order to coerce ad networks into giving the network operators a cut of the revenue. Here's how to pro...
Paco Hope asserts that it is inexcusable to support or enable "export-grade" cryptography. The Logjam security flaw, like FREAK before it, drives this point home.
Swiss researchers have developed an algorithm that vastly improves WLAN spectrum and bandwidth usage.
The trade-offs globally for affordable internet access are tricky. "Zero rating" provides free data for some sites and services, but not all.
The next generation of mobile technology, 5G, is beginning to take shape. Here's what it's trying to accomplish and how. And, why 5G could be the last standard we ever need.