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ubiquitous

Found in large quantities everywhere. This English word means "all over the place." See pervasive computing.
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The ubiquitous Sing was on hand during the interview, but from his expressionless face none might guess what was passing through the tortuous channels of his Oriental mind.
"The energetic Jones and the ubiquitous reporter have fixed it up between them.
Informational benefits and pleasures are ubiquitous and obvious, says Hauptman, but warns that informational flaws, harms, pathologies, and atrocities are equally ubiquitous but not so obvious.
During the meetup, James Jiang, founder of Uranus gave a speech on the theme of uber or airbnb in the ubiquitous computing market, officially launching the conference.
Tenders are invited for: expro+ navisp element 1 (navisp-el1-011): resilient trustworthy ubiquitous time transfer
The common house sparrow the one of the most ubiquitous birds around us and one of the more familiar winged companions of human beings is now disappearing.
Many weed species are nearly ubiquitous in the United States although different regions host subsets of the common species and other species are associated with certain agricultural crops (Barrett, 1983; Gould, 1991; Benvenuti, 2007).
Ubiquitous computing has found application in productive services such as: health [3], commerce [4], competence management [5], learning [6], logistic [7] [8], urban traffic [9], telecommunication [10], games [11], etc.
McLean, VA, April 13, 2016 --(PR.com)-- The Ubiquitous Voice Society, a McLean, Virginia based non-profit organization with the mission of nurturing the next generation of voice user experience researchers, designers, product managers, marketers, and entrepreneurs, today announced its launch with 9 chapters nationally and internationally.
Ubiquitous Computing is viewed as one the latest emerging technology trends now-a-days.
Provision of health services by using mobile devices is referred to as mobile health (mHealth) and making these facilities accessible everywhere, is a concept of ubiquitous computing.
The field of mobile learning and ubiquitous learning exemplifies such a trend in developing innovative learning approaches (Frohberg, Goth, & Schwabe, 2009; Wong & Looi, 2011; Wu, Hwang, & Chai, 2013).

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