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SWAP: Software Wireless Adapter Program for Multiple Connections
The normal way to use one wireless card is connecting to one wireless network. It is reduces the flexibility and the efficiency. There are no wires; wireless cards could connect to...
Development of Coverage Based Cell Selection Algorithm for WiMAX
Fourth Generation (4G) mobile systems focus on effortlessly incorporating the existing wireless technologies like GSM, wireless LAN, and Bluetooth. This contrasts with Third Genera...
Security Considerations When Undergoing a Network Refresh
Corporate networks are under a constant state of siege - not just from threats but from the pressure of supporting the ever-growing number of clients, devices and platforms that ha...
Hybrid Optimization Algorithm for Geographic Routing in VANET
Vehicular Ad-hoc NETworks (VANETs) developed rapidly in the last decade which is widely used to improve safety and traffic efficiency. VANET is an active research, standardization ...
A Novel Protection Guaranteed, QoT Aware RWA Algorithm for All Optical Networks
All optical transparent networks carry huge traffic and any link failure or failure to restore the link failed light path can cause loss of gigabits of data; hence guaranteed prote...
Elementary OS: Not just the poor man's Apple
Jack Wallen takes a close look at a new Linux distribution that could be poised to take the user-friendly crown and wear it for a very long time.
US lawmaker wants to rebrand net neutrality

A U.S. lawmaker wants to rebrand the term net neutrality because its definition is confusing to many people.

Representative Anna Eshoo, a California Democrat and backer of strong net neutrality rules, launched a rebranding contest on Reddit.com Thursday.

"Internet users know what they want and expect from the Internet, but these days all the jargon about net neutrality rules is making it difficult to know what box to check that advances their best interest," Eshoo said in statement. "If Internet users care about their right to uninhibited access to the Internet, [the contest] their opportunity to have an impact on the process, to help put the advantage back in the hands of the Internet user, and to ensure that the free and open Internet prevails."

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Sprint drops second shoe: $60 unlimited voice, text, data plan

Sprint on Thursday announced a $60-per-month unlimited talk, text and data plan -- its second price cut in four days -- that's designed to undercut competitors.

The Sprint $60 Unlimited Plan goes into effect Friday. The new price tag is It $20 less than Sprint's Unlimited, My Way plan. That plan offers guaranteed unlimited talk, text and data for life.

The Unlimited, My Way plan will continue to be offered along with the new $60 Unlimited Plan, but marketing efforts will be focused on the $60 plan, according to a Sprint spokeswoman.

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Facebook Messenger gives users more control of privacy options on iOS
The Android and iOS versions of Facebook Messenger offer different privacy options. Here's a look at what's different.
Development of Coverage Based Cell Selection Algorithm for WiMAX
Fourth Generation (4G) mobile systems focus on effortlessly incorporating the existing wireless technologies like GSM, wireless LAN, and Bluetooth. This contrasts with Third Genera...
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