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About 32 results for "wireless communications technology landscape"
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.
In this paper the authors rethink the application of short-range radio communication technologies to greenhouse management. They briefly survey the application domain, the technolo...
What to expect when intelligent computing is embedded into the world around us.
Deb Shinder highlights some of the major improvements to Microsoft's first major update to Windows Phone 7 code-named Mango. Two features have not been addressed that she considers...
Deb Shinder discusses the pros and the cons of email management on popular mobile platforms and explains why she might switch to Windows 7 Mango when it comes out.
This paper highlights the studies performed to arrive at a novel handoff scheme in achieving uninterrupted connectivity. Every wireless communication user prefers seamless mobility...
Nicole Bremer Nash laments that today's youth will never know about some technology and geeky toys and experiences. On the bright side, she says they'll never have to endure certai...
What does the future hold in store for us and how does IT security fit into the picture of things to come? Chad Perrin envisions the security threats of a brave new digital world.
Michael Kassner found that not keeping current with available Wi-Fi test and discovery software was a mistake that cost him a lot of extra work. Find out why he now loves Nuts abou...
Jack Wallen recently looked at how certain Linux features might improve Windows. Now he lists some things about Windows that could improve Linux.