Hi, welcome to my home page. My name is Ali Razmkhah Shendi; i was born on December 1985 in Iran.
I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in computer science and computer networks (IT) from Amirkabir University of Technology and Sahand University of Technology, Iran, in 2007 and 2010 respectively.
Now i am working on software designing & implementing, distributed systems, real time processing systems and industrial machine controller systems.
Additionally, my research field is computer networks; my last academically research field is optical networks, dynamic bandwidth allocation regarding quality of service (QOS).
1)A wireless router may someday charge your mobile devices
For all intents and purposes, the new Apple Watch is not a mobile device that uses wireless charging. While its charging cable uses magnetic inductive coupling, the wire must still physically attach to the watch in order to work.
In contrast, George Holmes sees a day not so far from now when smartwatches, smartphones, and other small mobile devices will begin wirelessly charging as soon as they enter a home, office or car. There'll be no need to ever remove that smartwatch from your wrist.
2)Does Apple have a breakout product in its smartwatch?
The rumors had swirled for months, and they materialized this week when Apple unveiled its first wearable device, the Apple Watch.
It's, of course, much more than a timepiece -- it's a fitness tracker with an accelerometer and heart rate monitor to follow your workout. It offers a bevy of apps as well as the ability to receive calls when linked to an iPhone.
3)Apple Watch: The Internet of things' new frontier
iOS 8 is the hidden revolution in personal computing, pulling together smartphones and tablets with car infotainment centers, home automation devices, health and fitness devices, and Macs. It's the center of liquid computing in the Apple universe, and right now the main center in the industry.
4)iOS 8's hidden revolution goes way beyond the iPad and iPhone
[UPDATED 2:00pm PT] While the world has obsessed over iPhone 6 details such as its size and whether it will use a sapphire
5)Comparing smartwatches -- what Apple has to beat
It's been a big week for smartwatches and the next few days could be even bigger if rumors are true and Apple enters the battle for the wrist on Tuesday.
The company has been such a tremendous force in the smartphone and tablet markets that anything it does could quickly become the standard to which others are measured.
6)Salesforce.com sees wearables catching on with customers, partners
A few months after launching a developer toolkit for writing apps that run on wearable devices, Salesforce.com says the concept is gaining traction with customers and partners.
The initiative, which is called Wear, launched with a number of hardware partners, including Google, Philips, Samsung and Fitbit. Now Epson, Jawbone, Meta, Oculus and Vuzix have joined the party, Salesforce.com said in an announcement Thursday.
7)Google completes its office suite for iOS, to no one's benefit
When I hear about companies and government agencies adopting Google Docs or Google Apps, I figure they must use no mobile devices in their work, because Google's decent Web productivity apps are horribly limited when used on a mobile browser, whether iOS's Safari or Android's Chrome.
8)Support letdowns tarnish Apple's sterling quality
A petition has been circulating for nine months demanding that Apple fix what seems to be a defect in its 2011 Mac
9)Pay up: The free ride is over for corporate BYOD
10)Your business has gone mobile -- now what?
The self-provisioning of technology in the workplace by employees, more commonly known as consumerization, is the most dramatic opportunity disguised as a challenge that businesses should embrace. Along with the infiltration of unsanctioned personal devices, applications, and Web services inside the organization, companies are gaining workers who are increasingly self-motivated to be more empowered, engaged, and resourceful.
What enterprise would say no to a self-starter?