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re: 802.11ac Wi-Fi: Benefits of a Revolutionary Technology Leap
rabisnkr   5/24/2012 4:57:58 PM
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re: 802.11ac Wi-Fi: Benefits of a Revolutionary Technology Leap
Krish_USC   5/16/2012 8:52:53 AM
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5 G itself has come means what will be the next ? May be devices based on Cognitive Radio concepts ? Or are they already on the rise ?

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re: 802.11ac Wi-Fi: Benefits of a Revolutionary Technology Leap
BicycleBill   5/15/2012 8:02:08 PM
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"Tablets are causing 1 in 5 owners to watch more video?" That's pretty scary! Aren't they watching enough already? Don't they have a life? Or anything else to do?



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