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PCS

PCS

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PCS

(1) (Personal Communications Services) The wireless services that emerged after the U.S. government auctioned commercial licenses in 1994 and 1995. This radio spectrum in the 1.8-2 GHz range is typically used for digital cellular transmission. See cellular generations.

(2) (Personal Conferencing Specification) A videoconferencing technology that uses Intel's Indeo compression method. It is endorsed by the Intel-backed Personal Conferencing Working Group (PCWG). Initially competing against H.320, Intel subsequently announced its videoconferencing products will also be H.320 compliant.
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"Tablet PCs are still an unknown quantity," says Roger Kay, an analyst with IDC market researchers (www.idcresearch.com).
"In addition to multiple handsets with advanced features, we have designed Sprint PCS business pricing and service plans that are simple and easy to understand, yet allow the business professional flexibility and control of their wireless choices," said Highley.
The Energy Star program certainly makes PCs more palatable; for the first time in years, it's politically correct to purchase a brand-new one.
A common misconception is that PCs patrol only quaint little villages.
And what's being proposed by traditional PC companies is better administration and, in some cases, lower-cost alternatives to full-blown PCs. Those are good things.
Additionally, CPAs who organize as PCs often face another obstacle: restrictions on interstate practice.
"With the AMD Sempron processors, expected to be offered on select HP Pavilion and Compaq Presario PCs later this year, we are able to offer customers the right PC to fit their needs, at a competitive price."
The drive can also be paired with a Type II PC Card for use in notebook PCs, though with rewritable optical drives now available in portables it may be hard to justify the Microdrive's cost premium.
With older PCs (Pentium 75 or lower), it may be wise to install a new motherboard as well.
In late 2003, both Gateway and Acer released Tablet PCs with 14-inch screens and Acer released the first true clamshell notebook with the Windows XP Tablet PC operating system.
The first PC to come up as "live" during an image broadcast session will be assigned as a Sender and all subsequent PCs will become Receivers.
Rather than purchasing a printer, fax machine, modem, etc., for each workstation in your home or office, a LAN allows you to connect multiple PCs to these devices for more efficient use of your resources.