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11 innovative food tech companies to keep an eye on
The Internet of Food is growing rapidly, changing the way we find, prepare, order, ship, and consume food and beverages. Here are 11 companies doing innovative things in 2015.
Analyze costs vs. benefits before adding an IoT app to a server
Before installing an IoT app on one of your servers, conduct an economic feasibility study to see whether the benefits outweigh the costs. This is what to include in your study.
Split billing for BYOD and enterprise mobility
Split billing for BYOD and corporate-owned mobile devices can be more about clarity than finances.
Cloud-Computing its Services and Resent Trends
Cloud computing as form long time and is a recently evolved computing terminology or metaphor based on utility and consumption of computing resources. Cloud computing involves depl...
SPRAM: Selective Pheromone Removal Based Routing Algorithm for MANET's
Performance of Mobile Ad-hoc NETwork (MANET) depends on routing. Suitable routing information needs appropriate and accurate packet delivery ratio with having less end-to-end delay...
Efficient Clustering with Proposed Load Balancing Technique for MANET
In this paper, an efficient and modified load balancing algorithm is proposed. This paper shows the results of the proposed energy aware load balancing algorithm. Global re-cluster...
Improving Performance of MANETs Using Multi-Criteria Multipath Routing Protocol
In recent years, many efforts have been made on routing the data in mobile ad hoc networks efficiently. Subsequently, several specialists have provided distinct routing protocol fo...
Rate Base Congestion Control in Multipath Routing Strategies Under MANET
In Mobile Ad-hoc NETwork (MANET), congestion is one of the most important constraint that deteriorates the performance of the whole network and routing capability of AOMDV protocol...
Republican bill would overturn FCC municipal broadband decision

It didn’t take long for congressional Republicans to attack the Federal Communications Commission’s vote to strike down two state laws that prevent municipal broadband networks from expanding.

Seven Republican lawmakers introduced a bill on Thursday, just hours after the FCC vote, that would prohibit the agency from preempting state laws that limit municipal broadband networks. The main sponsors of the bill are Representative Marsha Blackburn, of Tennessee, and Senator Thom Tillis, of North Carolina.

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What it means: The FCC's net neutrality vote

Net neutrality has been debated for a decade, but the Federal Communications Commission's historic vote on Thursday signals only the beginning of further battles and likely lawsuits.

At issue is how best to keep the Internet open and neutral to all while still giving Internet service providers sufficient incentive to expand their networks to serve more customers and to support an exploding array of data-hungry applications as futuristic as holographic videoconferencing used for home-based medical exams.

The FCC voted 3-to-2 to create a series of sweeping changes, including three open Internet conduct rules that block broadband providers, both wired and wireless, from blocking or throttling Internet traffic. The rules also ban broadband providers from taking payments to prioritize content and services over their networks.

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