from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The 40th day after Easter, on which the Christian feast of the Ascension is observed. Also called Holy Thursday.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
White-space applications may generate $3.9 billion to $7.3 billion in economic value each year, according to a September 2009 study funded by Microsoft and written by Richard Thanki, a London-based analyst with Perspective Associates.
White-space devices will be required to come equipped with geo-location capabilities and check in with the database every
White-space spectrum is an appealing option for wireless broadband service for its propagation characteristics, which enable it to travel long distances and penetrate obstacles with a strong, reliable signal.
White-space spectrum - the unused slivers in the TV broadcast band - has been the subject of heavy debate.
White-space spectrum utilization, directory assistance, operating systems design, 3D mapping, software development, content delivery, voice services, government Internet policy, e-book publishing, and (of course) search and its related advertising - it's hard to plan for the future in technology without factoring in the "Google Effect."
White-space spectrum has become a cause célèbre for many high-profile technology companies, such as Google, Microsoft, Motorola and Philips, which hail it as a way to deliver broadband Internet access to underserved or impoverished regions and improve public safety communications, among a long list of other lofty goals.
· fix White-space handling in markers with inline-content throws a NullPointerException in some cases.