The fallout from the Trump and Clinton debate: Who won? – CNET

Both Facebook and Twitter are running a political fever this morning over the faceoff between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton last night.

Rumors of new Google hardware also swirled across Facebook, over possible hybrid software for laptops and tablets and a potential leak about its next Chromecast video-streaming device.

Both Facebook and Twitter are running a political fever this morning over the faceoff between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton last night.

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Here’s how Android users could help create better mobile networks

UK communications regulator Ofcom has launched a crowdsourced research project for the 20 million UK Android users in the hopes of creating better mobile networks.

Taking part in the project doesn’t actually require much effort on your part as the app Ofcom has created for the initiative gathers most of the information it needs in the background.

UK communications regulator Ofcom has launched a crowdsourced research project for the 20 million UK Android users in the hopes of creating better mobile networks.

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Silex Technology Introduces the NX-1 – WLAN Enterprise Network Analyzer

Just installing the NX-1 in the target WLAN environment, and turning it on starts automatic collection of the WLAN radio status information. The visual representation can be remotely viewed on a web browser using a built-in analysis function.

Just installing the NX-1 in the target WLAN environment, and turning it on starts automatic collection of the WLAN radio status information. The visual representation can be remotely viewed on a web browser using a built-in analysis function.

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Microsemi Announces New miTimePLL Network Synchronization Devices for Synchronous Ethernet, IEEE 1588 and Optical Transport Network

“Microsemi has a long history in IEEE 1588 PLL devices dating back to 2008 with our first product introduction, and our 1588 solutions are widely used within tier 1 telecommunications equipment vendors.

“Microsemi has a long history in IEEE 1588 PLL devices dating back to 2008 with our first product introduction, and our 1588 solutions are widely used within tier 1 telecommunications equipment vendors. We continue to invest strongly to drive our technologies forward, meeting new challenges to stay ahead of the competition with ultra-low jitter on our new miTimePLL devices—providing a highly integrated, cost-effective solution for our customers,” said Maamoun Seido, vice president and business unit manager of Microsemi’s timing products. “Customers can remain confident in our capabilities, as these products enable them to handle phase alignment seamlessly within their equipment with a smaller footprint and attractive price point.”

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New Nexus 7 release date, news and rumors

New Nexus 7: release date, news and rumors

Update:The new Nexus might not run Android at all, but a Chrome/Android hybrid called Andromeda. And despite Google seemingly ditching the Nexus name for phones the company might keep it for this slate.

New Nexus 7: release date, news and rumors

Update:The new Nexus might not run Android at all, but a Chrome/Android hybrid called Andromeda. And despite Google seemingly ditching the Nexus name for phones the company might keep it for this slate.

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Review: UPDATED: Google Glass

Introduction and designUpdate: Google Glass ceased production in 2015, but the novel head-worn computer experiment may live on in a foldable Enterprise Edition one day. The Snapchat Spectacles may give consumers many of the camera-based features going forward.

Introduction and designUpdate: Google Glass ceased production in 2015, but the novel head-worn computer experiment may live on in a foldable Enterprise Edition one day. The Snapchat Spectacles may give consumers many of the camera-based features going forward. Here’s our original Google Glass review.

Google Glass is the controversial wearable that had its sci-looking beta testers turning heads and being peppered with questions. How does it work? What does it feel like? And, of course the inevitable, well, can I try it?

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Journalists hit with $200 Wi-Fi bill for presidential debates – CNET

If you thought buying temporary Wi-Fi access on an airplane or at a hotel was expensive, you should try being a journalist at Monday night’s presidential debate.

Members of the press can expect to pay $200 to access a wireless network during Monday evening’s presidential debate at Long Island’s Hofstra University.

If you thought buying temporary Wi-Fi access on an airplane or at a hotel was expensive, you should try being a journalist at Monday night’s presidential debate.

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Grim odyssey

Two men stood on the platform at Villach station in south-east Austria, waiting for the local train to Udine in Italy – not far across the border.

They looked nervous and out of place, among the cyclists and tourists heading south.

Two men stood on the platform at Villach station in south-east Austria, waiting for the local train to Udine in Italy – not far across the border.

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Sonus Acquires Taqua, A Leading Supplier of IP Communications Systems

WESTFORD, Mass., Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Sonus Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: SONS), a global leader in secure and intelligent Cloud communications, today announced its acquisition of Taqua, LLC, a leading supplier of IP communications systems, applications and services to mobile and fixed operators, in an all-cash transaction.

WESTFORD, Mass., Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Sonus Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: SONS), a global leader in secure and intelligent Cloud communications, today announced its acquisition of Taqua, LLC, a leading supplier of IP communications systems, applications and services to mobile and fixed operators, in an all-cash transaction. The acquisition closed on September 26, 2016.

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Advanced Concepts & Engineering; the Coming Global Leader in Automated Aggregate Quality Control Testing

DEXTER, Maine, Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Through the enumeration of equipment available in the quality control world for aggregates and aggregate production, Advanced Concepts & Engineering (www.advconeng.com) is rapidly solidifying their rightful seat as the coming global leader in automated aggregate quality control testing.

DEXTER, Maine, Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Through the enumeration of equipment available in the quality control world for aggregates and aggregate production, Advanced Concepts & Engineering (www.advconeng.com) is rapidly solidifying their rightful seat as the coming global leader in automated aggregate quality control testing.

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