Information Session: Master of Mobile Apps Development – Charles Sturt University

Our Master of Mobile Apps Development is designed in consultation with industry partners such as Gruden, Novus-Res and Built to Roam to ensure you have the skills and knowledge to be a …
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T-Systems International's 'location based mobile advertising'

T-Systems International's 'location based mobile advertising'
BBJ: T-Systems launched its location-based mobile advertising B2B2C technology in Hungary this past summer. By mid-September, 100,000 offers had been sent over a period of 10 weeks. How has uptake progressed since the program began? The opt-in …
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Facebook Powers Up Its E-Commerce Ambition (FB)
TheFind's search engine technology also helps Facebook improve its e-commerce strategy. I am happy with Facebook's … TheFind's mobile apps will also likely be killed because Facebook will be integrating TheFind's search engine technology in its core …
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Morpho, W-Locate partner to bring location-based services
Morpho, a global leader in identity and security solutions, has signed a partnership with location-based services (LBS) specialist W-Locate to embed geo-location technology in its SIM cards. W-Locate's XimLoc technology enables carriers to launch new …
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Using Mobile Technology to Improve Customer Experience

The mobile revolution will transform most companies business in the next decade. It will trigger a more radical transformation toward systems of engagement. …
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From biometrics to mobile IDs: Top 5 tech trends for Australia in 2015
The possibilities for contactless technology, however, are not limited to payments. Government departments, major retailers and banks across the country are considering new ways to expand the scope of what consumers can do with their mobile phones, …
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2014's Most Innovative Uses of Mobile Technology
2014 will be remembered for many things: disappearing airliners, widespread ebola outbreaks, and Rosetta's landing on a comet. But beyond sensational news stories, 2014 saw some of the most innovative uses of mobile technology. In a world within which …
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Mobile Technology Helping Cyclone Evan Recovery in Samoa
In addition to short-term relief, the World Bank is investing in electronic vouchers with mobile phone technology that will deliver long-term recovery benefits. The e-vouchers will be used by nearly 7,400 farmers and fishermen to help boost income and …
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The Future of Mobile Technology in 2015
2014 has been a magical year for mobile devices. The Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, the Samsung Galaxy S5, the one-of-a-kind Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, the Google Nexus 6, iOS 8, Apple Pay, and Android 5.0 Lollipop were all released—and that was just …
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Information systems professor recognized for research on mobile tech

Information systems professor recognized for research on mobile tech
Professor Eusebio Scornavacca moved from New Zealand to Baltimore only a year ago. However, his research on mobile information technology and how it's applied in business has taken him around the world, and has earned him some recognition in the …
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SGTC Computer Information Systems advisory committee meets
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AirPatrol Corporation Delivers Location-Based Mobile Device Security for Good

AirPatrol Corporation Delivers Location-Based Mobile Device Security for Good
MAPLE LAWN, Md., Jun 03, 2014- Location-based mobile device security developer AirPatrol Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sysorex Global Holdings Corp. , today announced it has joined Good Technology™'s partner ecosystem to provide …

Why Microsoft Is Wrapping Location-Based Ads Around Retail Stores
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Would You Use It?: Affordable Location-Based Marketing
ISIGN has developed a patented technology that discovers mobile devices and delivers targeted, relevant and timely messages to those users within a selectable range of 30 to 300 feet (9 to 91 meters). Message delivery is on an opt-in basis and uses a …
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Third Generation of LBS to Capitalize on Location Based Advertising, Says ABI
The LBS market continues to grow strongly and with the arrival of always-on ubiquitous location, ABI Research believes that the market is ready to truly support location based advertising efforts. In Western Markets, a third generation of location …
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Why do the different mobile phones not interfere with each other even they have same antennas ?

Question by Name N: Why do the different mobile phones not interfere with each other even they have same antennas ?
Could you please tell me if antenna is getting all the signals but the circuit decides the frequency(as u mentioned), then why there is no interference between the cellphones in the same cell, although they have the same circuits?
I mean me and my friend in the same room using the same phone and calling people. I know for each mobile different frequency allocated. But hoe the phone differ thet. Dont they have the same circuit all the time?

Best answer:

Answer by Gary B
Mobiles phones use “packet technology” to transmit data. Each “packet” of data contains an “address” of the phone it is being sent to. Your phone decodes ONLY those packets addressed to it.

The cell phone takes the sound waves of your voice and converts them to a digital signal. Those digital signals are then assembled into a “packet” of data. At the same time, the “packet” is given an address of the closest cell tower.

All the computers attached to the cell towers determine which phone the “packet” is going to, and the computers on the ground route the packet through the easiest network path to the cell tower closest to the phone being called. that cell tower then transmits the packet to the cell phone.

Since the “packet” has the “address” of only ONE specific phone, ONLY that phone can decode the packet. ALL of the other packets that may be floating around, even those on the same frequency, are ignored.

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iOS 7 mobile substrate not functioning?

Question by Vassily: iOS 7 mobile substrate not functioning?
I jailbreaked my iphone 5 recently. Installed some tweaks that are working under ios7 (activator beta for ios7, swipeselection, and browserchooser). After a while, the tweaks stopped functioning (and they are not visible in the settings app). After some research, I realized that this malfunctioning was due to the “mobile substrate” that is not working.
What should I do? Wait for the update that evasion is working on? Or restore my iphone and rejailbreak it?

Best answer:

Answer by Sam
Both Saurik and the Evad3rs team announced that Mobile Substrate is not (currently) working on iOS 7. The Evad3rs team released the jailbreak without giving Saurik time to prepare either Mobile Substrate or Cydia.

Mobile Substrate is a development layer and safety net that is required to run tweaks on Jailbroken devices. Without Mobile Substrate, tweaks will not work – and if they do, they’re extremely UNSTABLE.

On December 24 at around 8:00 AM EST, Saurik released an update to Cydia for iOS 7. As of the 24th, Cydia 1.1.9 is the latest version of Cydia which is iOS 7 compatible. In the release notes, Saurik said that “he needed to get [Cydia] out so he could move onto Substrate development…” This release only happened a few days after the initial iOS 7 jailbreak was announced. Therefore, I would guess that mobile substrate won’t be too far behind. You can probably expect to see a mobile substrate update by January 1, 2014 (or earlier – maybe even a week).

What should you do? I think the best thing to do is to wait it out. A mobile substrate update is on its way and should be here soon. It’d just be more trouble to rejailbreak later. Besides, Cydia has more than just tweaks! Jailbreak apps, mobile terminal, SSH, and things like that all still work (if they’re updated for iOS 7). You can also search Google for a list of “iOS 7 compatible jailbreak tweaks /apps”

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Sony Xperia Z2 Tips and Tricks: Get the most from your mobile

Sony Xperia Z2 Tips and Tricks: Get the most from your mobile
Sony's Xperia Z2 smartphone is a five-star masterpiece of glamorous tech and uber-cool features, but with so much packed into its iconic frame, it's easy to miss out on some of the best features. Here's our quick and easy tips n' tricks guide to …
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ArcheAge Tips and Tricks 20-30lvls
This is basically tips and tricks I went through on my way to 30. I'll sum up everything I talked about below. 1. Let your mount follow you everywhere. Get used to it because we won't be able to circle cheat live. 2. Always over achieve every quest you …
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“Re-engineering access to global health care with mobile technology” Nahush Katti at TEDxCoMo

At the root of most developing countries’ dilemmas, agriculture and health care prove to be prime culprits for restraining their advancement. In this insight…
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