Pakistan enjoys the world’s largest WiMAX network

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Originally called WirelessMAN, WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) is the El Dorado of wireless data transmission, with versions of it providing both high-bandwidth point-to-point links and mobile cellular-type access. It’s potentially a viable wireless alternative to cable and DSL. In the last 12 months, several WiMAX trials and actual commercial networks have been initiated worldwide for last mile broadband connectivity for both the consumer and enterprise segments. Until now, however, America has lagged behind the rest of the world in terms of WiMAX build-out and adoption. The WiMAX standard originated with the IEEE 802.16 wireless broadband committee. Conformance and interoperability testing was formalized with the industry group known as the WiMAX forum (founded in 2001) formulated a set of product guidelines based on the 802.16 standards or “WiMAX profiles”.…
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Monitors Subversion repositories for new commits

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As the website says Monitors Subversion repositories for new commits and shows a notification to the user when that happens. Download Commit Monitor @ Google Code. It is a great tool that helps me monitor when a new commit has been made to SVN by a developer working on the same project as I am :), cool na? P.S. Its a Windows tool
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