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  • Special Issue on Mobile Computing and Networking Technologies
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  • Mobile Computing
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  • Mobile Computing Trends
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  • Mobile Computing
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  • Mobile Computing
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  • Mobile Computing and Social Networking
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  • Mobile Computing and Social Networking
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  • Mobile Computing and Social Networking
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  • Mobile Computing and Social Networking
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  • Mobile Computing in the Health Industry
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  • Mobile Computing and Social Networking
    Introduction Mobile computing and social networking have increased over the years to become a vital part of today’s society. Various types of fixed, mobile or portable devices use wireless technology. This technology is widespread and popular for its convenience and affordability. Many people re
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  • Cis 500 Assignment 3 Mobile Computing and Social Networking
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  • mobile computing
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  • Mobile Computing and Social Netoworking
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  • An intro to mobile computing
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