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Monday, April 14, 2014




Mobile computing refers to the use of any kind of computer in a moving environment. The motion may be of the device itself, as in laptops, palmtops, wearable computers, and mobile phones; or it may refer to the dynamics of the computing process, as in digital cameras, pod casters and MP3 players. Mobile computing devices generally use wireless technologies such as LAN, Wi-Fi, GPRS and the more recently introduced MAN. The rise of Windows Mobile corresponds with a rising demand for open, device-neutral mobile platforms that deliver always-available capability, access to corporate networks and databases, easy synchronization between mobile devices and servers, improved data integrity and security, and rapid workflow.

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