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A British fashion designer has created a new style of pants - wireless charging trousers. These pants incorporate a built-in wireless charging plate that works with Nokia Lumia brand phones. Cool, or silly, you decide.
Networking With Cell Phones and Modems

Cellular modems are an alternative to other types of network modems. They enable computers and other devices for Internet access. But instead of connecting to some cable that serves as the network pipe, cellular modems communicate over wireless links to the Internet via cell phone towers.

Introduction to Computer Network Speed
Bandwidth in computer networking refers to the data rate supported by a network connection or interface. Network bandwidth is not the only factor that contributes to the perceived speed of a network. A lesser known element of network performance - latency - also plays an important role.
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How to Check the Speed of a Network Connection

The speed of computer networks varies widely depending on how they are built and being used. Some networks run 100 or more times faster than others. Knowing the speed at which your network is running can be important in several situations... .

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Introduction to Internet and Network Data Plans

Configuring the networking options on your Internet device is one essential step toward getting online. In most cases you will also need to sign up for an Internet data plan.

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