Multi-Service Access Everywhere
Multi-Service Access Everywhere, or MUSE, is the name of an European Union project designed to continually upgrade data transmission speeds for end-users in European nation states. The overall objective of MUSE is the research and development of a future, low cost, multi-service access network.
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In August 2005, the Western Australian service launched the first tele-medicine service in the world.
Using the smartphone as a door key is not a new capability. With electronic locks on the home network, a remote device (such as a phone) with security access can send a signal to ask for the door to be unlocked, without coming into contact with that door. What has been missing from the picture is the ability to do so securely.
In less than 20 years, the service economy is being replaced with a new model, the 'Experience Economy', a model in which, whilst there is still a place for services, they are not the main act of the economy. Instead, what is is the provision of experiences, memes, sensory indulgances, and a deeply personal and individual type of service.
On September 8th 2009, Obscura Digital installed the first display of its kind, at the Hard Rock cafe in Las Vegas, US. This display is a dynamically resizing, dynamically multi-user, multitouch display wall.
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Complete Website: mmogchart.com
A small web service, dedicated to mapping the statisics on practically every MMO out there: Subscribers, active subscribers, market share, and a whole lot more. Comparisons available in xls format.
Civanon is a humourous twist to the issue of addiction to gaming and social VR. It is an alcoholic?s anonymous style tongue-in-cheek civilisation player?s self-help service.
Using virtual gameworlds, in order to train the US intelligence service, is a surprising move for the US govt. What is less than surprising of course, is the evidence that it is working far better than classroom lectures ever did.
There is a lot packed into this snippet from SnowCrash. In order for any of this height restricting to work, the virtual environment would have to know who you are, and have access to considerable detail about you, including of course, your height information. Otherwise, people would actually have avatars higher than themselves.
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A South Korean cable television company said it launched a service on the Internet on Tuesday allowing viewers to access their favourite shows anywhere.
CJ HelloVision said the "Tving" service offers 53 live channels plus v...
Finland on Thursday became the first country in the world to make access to a broadband service a basic right, ensuring that a high-speed Internet connection is available to all Finns, a government official said.
"Today the ...
Every corner of Scotland will have access to broadband by the end of the year, according to ministers.
The Scottish Executive said it had reached agreement with BT over high speed internet access.
The telecoms ...
The fast growth of broadband has led the European Commission to bring forward a review of the basic telecoms services Europeans can expect.
Current statistics suggest about 36% of households in EU member nations have high-spe...
Google is opening up its global datacentres to anyone that needs access to vast amounts of computer horsepower.
The company has taken the wraps off a service called Compute Engine that lets companies and developers get at its...