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    The Future of Technology in Cars

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    automobile. General Motors first introduced OnStar in the Northstar Cadillac’s in 1996, and now it is available to most cars. “OnStar is based on cellular telephone and global positioning system (GPS) technologies, and, although it has na vigation capabilities, it is far more than an onboard navigation system.” This means it is like a personal valet, but only a phone call away. OnStar has a protected security also, as you press the OnStar button the human operator on the other end asks for your

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    Information systems have come a long way in creating new services and provided solutions and a better chance for certain issues facing automobile industry. Automobile Industries have taken advantage of this to bring into more desirable and excellent operations, improve value to their products and to their customers, as well as enable new business standard, style and image. In this research paper, we will explore the use of Information Systems in vehicles, the arrangement of Information Systems to sustain

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    Our Reliance on Computers

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    Jacquard, created a loom that could be programmed. Large hole punched cards were used by the loom to create geometric patterns. Aside from producing beautiful patterns, the punched cards were later modified to become the main form of computer input. The system of punch cards led to the first successful semi-automated computer, a punch-card tabulating machine invented during the 1880s by American Herman Hollerith. It was used to tabulate the results of the U.S. census. Each punch card contained the data

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    Software Testing

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    examine the techniques, procedures and tools used to apply this concept. This will enable the user to realize the problems faced by software testers and the importance of software testing. Software testing is the “process of executing a software system to determine whether it matches its specification and executes in its intended environment” (Whittaker 71). It is often associated with locating bugs, program defects, faults in the source code, which cause failures during execution that need to be

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    Using GPS to Track a Particular Person

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    society to be able to do such things. Imagine if you didn't even have to call somebody to find out where they were. It may seem like a futuristic idea, humanity being capable of such mind reading; however, the advancement of GPS, global positioning systems, those ideas are coming to life in the present. GPS is a way to track one's position at anytime. This is done through the use of satellites monitored by stations on the ground. There are signals transmitted from a given satellite to the receiver on

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    brilliant Design Packs, five Twisted Packs, or the cool Single-Tone Packs. Features: 1.4L - 74kW / 130Nm, 5 speed Manual, Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Hill Start Assist, 6 Airbags, Seatbelt Pretensioners, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Tyre Deflation Detection System, Daytime Running Lights, Rear Fog Lamps, Anti-theft Alarm and Immobilizer, Speed Sensitive Power Steering, Leather Steering, Tilt / Telescopic Steering Adjustment, Radio/CD with BT, USB, and AU, City Mode Steering, Airconditioner

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    of transportation system (road - rail) during a one way journey. The project was to create the concept of intermodal personalized urban mobility vehicle and suitable transportation system envisioned as a collaborative private public network that can benefit future transportation and provides flexibility in personal transit. The main objectives was to reduce the travelling stress of the daily commuters by providing maximum comfort with the help of an inter model concept and system. Traffic congestion

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    their operating costs and become more efficient. In doing an analysis of the General Motors using Porter’s Competitive Model these influences become clear and opportunities for the company to reduce costs and increase efficiency using information systems becomes obvious. Porter’s Competitive Model is a model used to describe the interaction of external influences; specifically threats and opportunities that affect an organizations strategy and ability to compete [Laudon & Laudon, 2005, p. 103]. Starting

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    Multimedia in the Palm of your Hand

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    Palm of your Hand Hand Held Video Games Hand held video games have been around since 1991 when Game Boy came out with the first hand held video game. When Game Boy hit the market it sold about fory eight million copies worldwide. Video game systems are a big part of are popular culture right now. We have seen many advances in the hand held video game industry since 1991. Game Boy has recently come out with a new colored Game Boy called Vitual Boy. The Virtual Boy uses two, tiny mirrored

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    The Future of Networking from Mobile Devices

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    impulsive networks. Enabling users to generate content at any time. There is a range of networks, such as bit torrent, which works with different types of distributions. Pervasive networking has just emerged as a new area of communication networks system. The objective of this is to capture recent development and publish new research activities. Mobile, wireless and sensor network access A mobile wireless sensor network work with mobile sink. The positive side of a mobile with a wireless senor

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