Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "Networks" (17)  

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The blogosphere and tech press are totally psyched over the pending release of an Apple tablet or pad computer -- one that will "change the world" no less. But nobody is asking the question of usage problems. If an Apple tablet is announced in January and released shortly thereafter, are the wireless networks the device will run on be overwhelmed?

Link: www.bloggingstocks.com/(…)a-new-apple-tablet-comput…

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You can pretty much do everything else via social media outlets, so why not try saving the world. Websites like Facebook and YouTube provide a great opportunity for people to share green innovation ideas that can change the world, here's how...

Link: www.ngpowereu.com/news/social-media-renewable-energy/

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The government is increasingly monitoring Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites for tax delinquents, copyright infringers and political protesters. A public interest group has filed a lawsuit to learn more about this monitoring, in the hope of starting a national discussion and modifying privacy laws as necessary for the online era.

Link: www.nytimes.com/2009/12/13/opinion/13sun2.html

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The traditional good news deficit comes from the misguided conviction among some news people that happy endings and serious journalism don't mix. But I'd lay some of the blame with audiences too.

Link: articles.latimes.com/(…)et-onthemedia25…

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Under New York's new "Empire 2.0" initiative,  Deputy CIO, Rico Singleton is targeting developement of an alert system that will connect to various game console networks like Xbox Live, PlayStation Network and Wii Connect.

Link: hothardware.com/(…)New-Yorks-Deputy-CIO-Looks-To-Ga…

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Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban, sitting with Brooke Burke, gives his reasons why he believes TV networks should start charging for their content.

Link: fora.tv/(…)A_Conversation_with_Brooke_Burke_and_Mar…

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More than 120 years after the discovery of the electromagnetic character of radio waves by Heinrich Hertz, wireless data transmission dominates information technology. German scientists have now succeeded for the first time in specifically and reproducibly manufacturing smallest optical nanoantennas from gold.

Link: www.physorg.com/news175262415.html

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Online social networks put a new face on brand-damaging activities, ranging from reputation attacks to piracy.

Link: www.computerworld.com/(…)Scams_Spams_Shams…

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