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Posted by Dean Anthony Gratton on August 03, 2018

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Before I begin this month’s column, I just want to provide some background for those readers who have perhaps fortunately missed out on the story here in the UK regarding the EU referendum that took place back in June 2016. The British government took to the electorate and asked us to decide, “Do we want to remain part of Europe (the EU)?” In a shocking outcome, the British people decided to leave the EU and, as such, we now have a divided populous who want to remain in the EU whilst the majority, albeit minor, wish to leave, hence the definition, “remainers” and “leavers.” The British government ...

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The world of cybersecurity is a scary one. It’s especially so when it comes to vehicles. The reason is simple: In other areas of security, the end game generally is lost money or the inconvenience of getting a new credit card. In vehicle hacking, what’s at stake can actually be physical safety. It’s bad enough to lose a few bucks. It’s quite another thing to lose one’s brakes ...
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In my other life as a fitness professional, I come across a lot of wearable technology associated with fitness – from the  simplicity of a pedometer to the more sophisticated activity monitors that can track heart rate, monitor sleep, body temperature, provide training programs, show progress and provide GPS capabilities.
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Over the past few weeks, I've been exploring the world of lifelogging. Unfamiliar with this term? You're not alone. Although lifelogging has existed for a few decades, it's only now starting to acquire mainstream traction. Indeed, many people believe that it's a trend that will grow phenomenally over the next few years.
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Mobile backhaul is a hot topic in our industry not only for a short time. The massive and ongoing growth of data traffic keeps challenging mobile operators with the migration from traditional TDM-based backhaul solutions to packet-based networks. Latest strategies and more efficient ways to design packet backhaul networks have been in focus at the Light Reading Live! Backhaul & 4G Core Strategies for Mobile Operators show in New York City last week.
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