During the discussion, McAdam also spent some time teasing his CES keynote talk, which will take place tomorrow. McAdam's address will be centered around the dramatic changes to Verizon's network over the past two years. "The message that I'm bringing tomorrow is: all the things that you can do today with the network."Attendees can expect to hear more about a new brand campaign called "Powerful Answers" designed to showcase the strength of Verizon's network. McAdam also promised keynote appearances from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Ford Research and Innovation CTO Paul Mascarenas, who will discuss Verizon's role in building "the car of the future."CNET will be live-blogging McAdam's keynote. Tune in January 8 at 4:15 p.m. Pacific for our complete coverage.
Uber applied for a taxi fleet license on Wednesday, allowing the company to resume operations in New Delhi, the company confirmed in a blog post on Thursday, The move comes several weeks after Uber was banned in New Delhi, The decision to apply for a what Delhi calls a "Radio Taxi Scheme" permit is iphone 6/6s mood case somewhat surprising, Uber has argued that it's a technology company that allows for prospective riders to connect with drivers -- and normal rules governing taxi fleets don't apply, Taxi companies around the world, however, have said that the company should be governed by the same laws as taxis and act as they do, complete with call centers and associated infrastructure..
The first of what may become an avalanche of products based on the 802.11g wireless standard hits the market next month as Linksys unveils its "Instant Wireless-G" gear. The Irvine, Calif.-based company said Tuesday that early December would see the introduction of the home and office gear, which includes PC cards for laptops, at $80; access points, or radio transmitters, for $140 each; and a router, priced at $150. The Instant Wireless-G products are likely the first of many wireless networking devices to use the 802.11g standard, which allows for 54mbps Web access as opposed to the 11mbps access available on popular 802.11b, or Wi-Fi, networks. The Instant Wireless-G gear is compatible with any of the 6 million to 8 million Wi-Fi networks now in operation. In-Stat/MDR researchers have said that by 2005, more than 55 million Wi-Fi-based wireless networks will be in homes and offices.
WifiForward will lobby the US government to free up additional spectrum resources that can be used to create new Wi-Fi networks, the allocation of which could lessen the burden on congested networks already under strain due to the expansion of mobile technology, data-hungry applications and both audio and video streaming, According to Cisco, about 57 percent of iphone 6/6s mood case all mobile data traffic in the United States is carried over Wi-Fi, and users consume roughly 1.4GB of data per month, However, the tech firm predicts that by 2018, 64 percent of mobile traffic will be supported by Wi-Fi and data consumption will increase to 9GB a month..
Rounding out the Palm Pixi's design features is a power button and a 3.5mm headphone jack on top, while the silent ringer switch, volume rocker, and Micro-USB port are on the right side. The latter is protected by the attached cover and while a little tricky to pry open, it's much less cumbersome than the one found on the Pre. As usual, the camera and flash are located on the back. The Palm Pixi comes packaged with an AC adapter, a Micro-USB cable, and reference material. A Touchstone Kit will also be available for the Pixi for $79.99, which includes the dock and inductive back cover. In addition, you can spruce up your Pixi with one of six limited-edition back covers from the Palm Pixi Artist Series. The designs by Michelle White, Jeremy Fish, and Cole Gerst will be available at launch, while those by Sheri Bodell and Melissa Hutton will ship in early December. Each cover costs $49.99 and work with the Touchstone dock. For more add ons, please check our cell phone accessories, ringtones, and help page.
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