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 11: 2nd CFP: AWESOS 2004 – Workshop on Engineering Service-Oriented Systems – (273 Reads)
 12: Euro-Par 2003 — Topic 13: Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing – (269 Reads)
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 14: 12th Internation Conference on Communication and Networks – (260 Reads)
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 1: 12th Internation Conference on Communication and Networks – (5 Comments)
 2: The phone with a brain – (5 Comments)
 3: Rub out ink ‘to cut paper waste’ – (5 Comments)
 4: In gadget-loving Japan, robots give hugs, therapy – (4 Comments)
 5: MobiSys 2004 – (4 Comments)
 6: Blog: Agent Software for Mobile and Pervasive Computing – (4 Comments)
 7: Biometrics Hold Key to Next Hi-Tech Revolution – (3 Comments)
 8: Why has 802.11 flourished and Bluetooth failed? – (2 Comments)
 9: CfP Ubicomp 2004 (Text Version) – (2 Comments)
 10: 2bAnywhere — Mobile Email Free Trail – (1 Comments)
 11: New police tactic–phone spam – (1 Comments)
 12: Microsoft unleashes new handheld OS – (1 Comments)
 13: Gesture Interfaces for Automotive Control – (1 Comments)
 14: Intel Takes on Adaptive Wireless Tech – (1 Comments)
 15: A New RFID Reader — No Bigger Than a US quarter – (1 Comments)
 16: Issuing Domain Names for Mobile Devices – (1 Comments)
 17: International Workshop on Agents for Ubiquitous Computing – (1 Comments)
 18: Calling all cars: Police wireless capability near – (1 Comments)
 19: Germany: sensitive data better protected – (1 Comments)
 20: CFP: Second International Web Services Quality Workshop – (1 Comments)

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 4: How much do you know about Pervaive Computing? – (24 Votes)
 5: The one device I cannot live without … – (22 Votes)
 6: One stylish gadget that my girlfriend/boyfriend loves … – (17 Votes)
 7: Camera phones are now popular, I think – (14 Votes)
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