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ever present in all places

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being present everywhere at once

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He claimed, Uranus could empower the redundant computing power of the world by providing ubiquitous and shared-computing services beyond centralized public clouds (i.e.
The World Sparrow Day which we observe every year on 20th March is not just a one-day event to celebrate the ubiquitous, but fast-disappearing sparrow.
The majority of these weeds are common across agricultural regions according to distribution maps maintained by the US Department of Agriculture PLANTS Database (USDA NRCS, 2016) and are therefore listed as "ubiquitous" in Table 2.
The groups will especially actively seek out students and young professionals who are interested in starting a career or a venture in the field of Ubiquitous Voice.
This research study provides an understanding of Ubiquitous Computing, builds the relationship between Mobile Computer Systems (MCS) and Ubiquitous Computing and surround the idea of Information Interaction in ubiquitous environment using mobile devices.
Mobile health (mHealth), telemedicine, and ubiquitous health (uHealth) systems are serving to bend the iron triangle in healthcare industry.
In the past decade, various issues concerning mobile and ubiquitous learning have been widely discussed.
TAXI specialist Ubiquitous has announced the rollout of a fleet of Wi-Fi enabled cabs in Edinburgh.
Their topics include reply timing as emotional strategy in mobile text communications of Japanese young people, user empowerment versus user obsequity in ubiquitous computing in the cloud, a cultural perspective on the adoption of mobile services in China and developed countries, evaluating web portal interfaces of South African universities using a triangulation of ubiquitous computing evaluation areas and a technology acceptance model, and translating user needs to a mobile knowledge management.
The free "Wi-Fi hub" being pioneered by London-based company Ubiquitous will work through an aerial mounted on the dashboard of the vehicle, while stickers and signs will be put up which will incorporate "near field technology", allowing the passenger to scan a barcode-type image and log on.
Foth, Marcus, Forlano, Laura, Satchell, Christine and Gibbs, Martin (eds), From Social Butterfly to Engaged Citizen: Urban Informatics, Social Media, Ubiquitous Computing and Mobile Technology to Support Citizen Engagement, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2011, ISBN 9 7802 6201 6513, xvii+521 pp., US$50.00.
The ubiquitous pop jam "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen will finally hit No.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-May 9, 2012-Ubiquitous adds software libraries for DTCP-IP v1.4 to Ubiquitous DTCP-IP(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
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