Leveraging LTE, the most globally ubiquitous signal available, PoLTE's cloud-based platform is capable of persistently and ubiquitously
tracking the position of mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) devices (including those constrained by size, cost and power consumption) in real-time as they move seamlessly between outdoor and indoor environments.
Zardari has since condemned extrajudicial killings and said the he 'regrets' his 'unwitting remarks' but the damage was done; throughout the day the Zardari's ostensible support of Rao Anwar was discussed and condemned ubiquitously
The Discovery of Ramen is a children's picturebook about the culinary invention of ramen, a Japanese noodle soup that has become ubiquitously
popular outside of its home country.
Sustainable and Affordable Fluoride Removal (SAFR) is a method for using mildly processed bauxite, an aluminum-rich ore available ubiquitously
worldwide, as an adsorbent for remediating field-relevant fluoride concentrations (up to 10 mg/L) in groundwater to reach the 1.
He will be missed but fortunately he can be seen ubiquitously
on 'Law & Order' reruns.
The mobile is the most ubiquitously
available services infrastructure in Congo, with 90% of the population owning a mobile device.
We catered an economical solution for users to help them fight against malware threats and tracking activities since these cyber-crimes are prevailing ubiquitously
Named the market leader in Enterprise Video Webcasting for two consecutive years by industry analysts Frost and Sullivan, VBrick's platform allows organizations to use video ubiquitously
by converting it into bandwidth-efficient streams that can be securely viewed through a web browser from any connected device.
South Africa is ubiquitously
known for its quality and diverse wine offering.
Best known for its nabi brand of products, Fuhu's technologies enable learning systems and trans-media entertainment solutions that give content creators the ability to publish and distribute premium content ubiquitously
across multiple channels and platforms.
Now known almost ubiquitously
as "the pill," the birth control pill was as controversial as it was revolutionary when it was created in the 1950's.
This idiotic piece of political folly was pushed through Parliament by the then Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, the ubiquitously
juvenile Ed Miliband, and commits Britain to cut CO2 emissions from fossil fuel by a staggeringly unattainable 80% with total reliance on nuclear generated electricity.