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CIA's View Of Mobile, Internet Use: By The Numbers
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Aidee
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Aidee,
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10/19/2012 | 3:56:02 AM
re: CIA's View Of Mobile, Internet Use: By The Numbers
I am interested to know if the wireless mobile infrastructure that accesses the Internet will gradually replace the wired Internet infrastructure. In other words, will the protocols used for mobile phones be primarily used, eventually, to access data on internet servers, clouds, etc. directly, bypassing the usual wired IP protocols? It might be that the IP Internet is too expansive and integral for that to happen, in which case, the two would merge more and more with mobile becoming the client side standard, wheras, the IP internet will be the server side standard. I guess I am wondering if mobile will replace the Internet some day.
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5/21/2012 | 6:00:50 PM
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Very interesting stats. I'm really curious on how the CIA is using the findings.


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