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Training Design and Channel Estimation in Uplink Cloud Radio Access Networks
Cloud Radio Access Networks (C-RANs) have received considerable research interest as one of the most promising solutions to mitigate interference, fulfill energy efficiency demands...
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Yahoo Will Soon Become The Default Search Engine In Firefox. Happy or Not?
Starting in December, Firefox will use Yahoo as its default search engine in the United States on mobile and desktop. As a part of this five-year deal, Yahoo will also launch a new...
Google Play taps Chinese developers for paid apps, despite block

Even though China has blocked access to Google Play in the country, the app platform is still hoping to bring aboard more Chinese-made apps, and help them make money from international customers.

Google’s digital store will now support developers based in mainland China, who want to sell paid apps on the platform, the U.S. search giant said on Wednesday. This means that revenue generated from the apps can be transferred directly to the bank accounts of Chinese developers.

The announcement won’t bring any change for bigger Chinese companies, with offices in Hong Kong or in the U.S., where Google Play merchant support is already offered. But it will help small developers based in China, who were previously restricted from the platform.

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A Survey of Free Space Optical Communication Network Channel Over Optical Fiber Cable Communication
In the recent past, Free-Space Optical communication (FSO) proved to be an important replacement to radio frequency communication. In optical fiber cable communication, there is a ...
Why the Nexus 9000 Switching Series Offers the Highest Availability and Reliability Measured in MTBF?
At the Open Networking User Group (ONUG) this past October 29th and 30th, hosted by JPMorgan Chase in New York City and attended by over 500 influential IT and industry business le...
Steve Wozniak just wants to build things

For the Woz, it’s all about the engineering.

The Apple co-founder is now working with an enterprise storage startup that launched on Wednesday, but for Wozniak the engineering itself matters more than whether he’s working on business or consumer products.

“Applying your art is the more important thing to me,” Wozniak said as he announced his role as Primary Data’s chief scientist at the Demo conference in San Jose. “Coming up with clever ideas, putting them into products, making something good.”

The talkative Wozniak made comments on a few other topics in a brief on-stage interview after Primary Data gave its opening pitch.

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Mobile Agent Community Pool - A New View on Load Balancing in Cloud Computing
With the advent of cloud computing, the era of technology is at its extreme. Accordingly several issues are under research. In this paper, the authors have considered Load balancin...
Secure Internet of Things Environment Using XMPP Protocol
In this paper, the authors discuss about effort to electronically connect everyday physical objects so that communication to all devices can be centralized and handled without any ...
Wireless Desktop Router
I have a desktop PC that doesn't have WIFI capability. But my (AT&T) modem can be directly WIFI accessed by computers that do have this ability, using the given pass code.I purch...
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