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    Wireless Internet

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    Wireless Internet By 2004, the wireless subscriber base worldwide is expected to reach 1.4 billion users, and approximately 300 million users will be accessing the Internet from some form of wireless appliance. The race is on, and Nortel Networks have first-mover advantage. Nortel Networks already demonstrated wireless applications at speeds more than 25 times faster than today's industry standard. Recently, Herschel Shosteck Associates ranked Nortel Networks first in Wireless Internet infrastructure

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    The Future of Wireless Internet Fifteen Years ago computers were just an expensive typewriter, calculator, and entertainment center thrown together in one box. People transferred their tiny files with floppy disk. The computer itself seldom had a hard drive. It was an amazing feat to dial into a computer bulletin board, and talk to other users of systems. Networking computers was more or less unheard of. The only exception were mainframes that might span several buildings, with terminals

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    and markets that Dell will be operating in. Therefore, the implication associated with this trend is that the laptop that Dell would produce should be lighter and smaller. The internet is becoming a necessity in people’s everyday life. Because of this trend, and the impact of mobility at the same time, wireless internet would be a potential demand. Moore’s Law: it has been observed that laptops and PCs in general are becoming cheaper, smaller and faster, with CPU performance doubling every 18

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    now be charged for their actions. There are laptop computers in police vehicles; therefore, police officers can look up information right then and there instead of having to wait until they get back to the station. Some cars even have the wireless Internet connection that goes through satellite which allows them to do even greater things. Computers have also allowed the use of fingerprinting to expand. Agencies can now take someone’s fingerprints and send them through the computer and find

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    connected. It is much easier and less costly to communicate and interact with people around the world. Telecommunications makes it more possible to work from a remote location rather than working in a specific building. Cellular phones, laptops, and wireless internet make it much more possible to work from just about anywhere. The rise of the global economy has also led to the rise of employment outsourcing. Labor is being treated much like goods. Employers are seeking to lower costs and increase profits

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    industries have made technology wireless. Wireless technology gives people the chance to get up from their stationary computer, or cord phone and able to freely move without restrictions. The IT, or Information Technology has become a standard and very critical part of today’s society. Wireless technology came from the basic just cellular usage to sensors in the medical field. Wires are now a thing of the past in today’s world with forever revitalizing technology. Wi-Fi (Wireless Network) or 802.11 networking

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    The Benefits Of Laptops And Wireless Cards

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    The Benefits Of Laptops And Wireless Cards The CEO of Viacom/Blockbuster was once quoted for saying, “The information superhighway is a dirt road that won’t be paved over until 2025” (The Freeman Institute). Obviously, this was an erroneous quote. The information age is currently at its peak. The use of technology and the Internet are an essential part of higher education. In the past few years, colleges have begun providing laptops to all students. A few colleges have even developed programs

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    Where is Bluetooth in the Internet of Things? Bluetooth is an old technology and has been around for more than a decade. And amidst all the developments in mobile connectivity, wireless communications and the rapidly growing Machine-to-machine communication technology, others wonder what has happened to this good old way of connecting devices. Has it been totally replaced with another technology? Certainly, some other similar or related inquiries may surface as the discussion on what happened and

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    lifestyle drastically and led us to believe that our lives have changed for the better”(Martin, Alice). Today we have time to do everything except think (“Time to Do Everything”). The life we live now with wireless communication is undoubtedly fast paced compared to the life we lived before wireless communication. We used to be more patient with situations back then and our worries were not as ridiculous as forgetting to update our status. Today we have time to browse social networks and tweet about

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    Machine and Human Centric Applications

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    Advancement in mobile communications has made people’s life easy, whether it is ordering a pizza, accessing internet, searching an address in a city or connecting with others through social networking site. Essential services such as e-commerce, e-banking, e-governance, e-health etc. will continue expanding their coverage and heading towards more mobility. These expansions will lead to enormous wireless traffic volume in future. We want access to various streaming services and connect instantly on a device

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