Converged networks. Seamless link exchange. Passing Off to the next tower. These are all things we take for granted – and your cell phone is a great example. While you can seemingly stay connected for an endless stretch of the road – you are actually making those calls from different cellular towers along the way. The closest tower is generally going to get the call. As you move, that changes and they are passed between one another without you even realizing it.
Archive for February 12th, 2008 ↓
Here’s an early report from The Jacksonville Florida-Times Union covering the re-opening of two Jacksonville Florida CompUSA Stores.
This mystical race surely influenced the creation of ancient myths, and there are even noticeable similarities between Masari buildings and ancient human architecture. For the XBox 360 console.
Check out the Masari Trailer for Universe at Ware: Earth Assault.
A lot of people are in the market for new TVs these days as we have less than a year to make the switch to HD. I couldn’t help but take notice of this 47-inch stud from Westinghouse. The price friendly TX-47F430S HD LCD TV may be just the television for you.
Wasn’t it just last year that RIM (Research In Motion), BlackBerry’s maker, suffered a technical failure that brought the system down for more than ten hours? Well, it happened again yesterday to about 4 million U.S. and Canadian customers, idling thumbs across North America for fewer hours, but with no less pain. In the end, it was a new software installation (an upgrade that was designed to accelerate e-mail processing) that was the culprit in the RIM systems.