Browse by Subject "Android"

  • Carlson, John P. (2011-08-25)
    With the abundance of cell phones today and the rapid increase in the amount of smart phones and mobile computers available, more and more people have access to communication devices with wireless connectivity. In fact, ...

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  • Gupta, Abhishek; Preston, Kurt; Rodriguez, Alejandro (2010-10-27)
    The Android operating system runs atop the Linux kernel, yet lacks the ability to natively execute standard Linux desktop applications. Though efforts have been made to enable this functionality, all approaches to date ...

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  • Aranguiz, Dario A. (2015-05)
    Despite the plethora of fitness trackers on the market, few monitor signals other than number of steps and heart rate. With the increasing mainstream acceptance of general-purpose smartwatches, however, we have the capability ...

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  • Yu Lin; Semih Okur; Dig, Danny (2015-05-17)
    To avoid unresponsiveness, a core part of mobile development is asynchronous programming. Android provides several async constructs that developers can use. However, developers can still use the inappropriate async constructs, ...

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  • Rogers, Michael (2014-01-16)
    The Universal Serial Bus protocol was designed to be, and has become, the single standard used for interfacing with computer peripherals and electronic components. The proliferation of this protocol has resulted in USB ...

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