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 Sensor tech could make car accidents obsolete

Volvo has developed a new safety feature that it believes has the potential to eliminate deaths and injuries by its cars and trucks by 2020.Created as part of the Non-Hit Car and Truck project, the 360° system acts as a virtual co-driver by using a suite of discrete sensors to provide comprehensive 360° coverage of the immediate area around the car every 25ms. 

Volvo has developed a new safety feature that it believes has the potential to eliminate deaths and injuries by its cars and trucks by 2020. Created as part of the Non-Hit Car and Truck project, the 360° system acts as a virtual co-driver by using a suite of discrete sensors to provide comprehensive 360° coverage of the immediate area around the car every 25ms. Volvo says it can detect threats that may be invisible to the driver up to five seconds ahead. The system can even assist with auto-braking and steering. "With the Non-Hit Car and Truck project, we've taken a significant step towards realising the vision that by 2020 no one should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo car," said Anders Almevad, project manager for the Non-Hit Car Project at Volvo Cars. "Our primary objective is to focus on preventing different types of accident scenarios. But going forward, we will also continue to work on developing cars that adapt to each individual driver's unique behaviour." Key to the technology is a centralised Sensor Fusion framework that allows data from radar, cameras, lidar, GPS and other sensors to be shared efficiently. Two prototype vehicles have so far been built, with the technology due to be employed in the next five years. 




 Elliptic Labs powers up ultrasound for touchless gesturing

Touchless gestures powered by ultrasound has become a mark of distinction for Elliptic Labs. The company has new "Multi Layer Interaction" technology designed to bring users intuitive device interactions.

Without touching the device, the person's hand moves towards the smartphone, the screen lights up and information is displayed. As the person continues moving the hand closer, different information is revealed. With users constantly, frequently, eagerly reaching for their devices throughout the day, Elliptic Labs aims to make a difference in its easy and fast way to get information, from playing games to navigating maps, to using social media, to watching videos. A promotional video says the user can interact above, in front, underneath, double-tapping anywhere around the device, easily turning the device on and off as well. There is an SDK kit for applications. How it works: Ultrasound signals sent through the air from speakers integrated in smartphones and tablets bounce against the hand and are recorded by microphones integrated in the devices. As such, the technology recognizes hand gestures and uses them to move objects on the screen, similar to how bats use echolocation to navigate.The company also talks about range-gating capabilities, saying that their touchless gesturing technology can easily separate foreground from background, for separating finger motion from wrist, and hand motion from movements or reflections from the body. This prevents unwanted and accidental gestures from being recognized. Overall, the company believes that "Ultrasound offers the best combination of high resolution, 180-degree interaction space, and low power consumption compared to camera or other sensing technologies." They use an ultra-low power audio SoC for ultrasound processing such as Wolfson audio hubs. They have formed partnerships with Murata Manufacturing and Wolfson Microelectronics.CNET's Tim Stevens saw the Elliptic Labs technology in action at CEATEC 2014 in Tokyo and on Wednesday wrote that "We were also able to lock the screen simply by 'tapping' twice in midair and swipe through a photo gallery by waving our hand about with noble dignity. Everything worked and worked well, despite the constant drone of a busy exhibition hall..


Google Takes the Wrapper off Android Lollipop

On Oct. 15, a 10-foot-tall statue of a lollipop joined sculptures of an ice cream sandwich, a chocolate doughnut, and other confections on Google’s (GOOG) campus in Mountain View, Calif.

On Oct. 15, a 10-foot-tall statue of a lollipop joined sculptures of an ice cream sandwich, a chocolate doughnut, and other confections on Google’s (GOOG) campus in Mountain View, Calif. This was how news came of the latest major update to Android, the operating system that runs on 85 percent of the world’s smartphones: not with a hyped press conference or long lines outside gadget stores, but with the installation of an oversize lawn ornament.Lollipop is the 13th major version of Android. But it’s the first to be fully developed under Sundar Pichai, the Google senior vice president and confidant of Chief Executive Officer Larry Page who took over the OS operation last year. Along with Lollipop, Pichai introduced three Google-designed devices, including the supersize Nexus 6 smartphone, manufactured by Motorola with a gigantic 6-inch screen, half an inch bigger than the one on the iPhone 6 Plus. Pichai hopes the phone will be the first of a series of new Lollipop-powered computers in living rooms, cars, and just about everywhere else. “We aren’t only trying to ship two [products],” he says, obliquely referring to rival Apple’s (AAPL) well-received pair of new iPhones. “We are trying to enable thousands.”Lollipop has arrived at an unusually 



HTC's RE camera is a GoPro for NoPros

There are only two buttons on the device: A shutter button on the outside, which you press once to take a picture and long-press for a couple seconds to take video, and a slow-motion capture toggle that you have to hold down to activate before starting the video.

The RE is a small and light device, at 96.7 x 26.5mm and 65.5 grams (2.31 ounces). This makes it easy to securely handle it one-handed, and that's exactly the point: It's supposed to be petite enough for you to quickly draw it out of your pocket or purse and start taking pictures or video footage of anything at a moment's notice. HTC continually mentioned family scenarios, such as anytime the kids or pets are doing something cute; I'd love to use it at Disneyland, both when wandering around the park and when going on rides. In theory, the camera will be perfectly ideal for such situations -- it takes 16MP images, 1080p/30fps video, 4x slow-motion 720p video and time-lapse recording, and features a 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor and 146-degree wide-angle lens.





Lenovo's new 'Yoga' tablets run Android and Windows

Lenovo's original, kickstand-toting Yoga Tablet was kind of a flop, thanks to a poor display, sluggish performance and heavily skinned version of Android. (Naming Ashton Kutcher as a product engineer" probably didn't help either.



 Lenovo just announced new versions of the Yoga Tablet, including a big-screen model with a built-in projector, and two that run Windows (it's also still available with Android). Starting with that weird projector edition, called the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, it's not the first gadget we've seen with a built-in lamp, but it's the first we've seen in quite some time. In this case, what we have this time around is a 13-inch Android tablet with a 2,560 x 1,440 screen sharp enough to play movies on its own, though you could also use the in-built Pico projector to create a 50-inch image on the wall.Speaking of the sort, the tablet is about as flexible as other Yoga tablets, which is to say it has a rotating hinge that doubles as a kickstand. Here, though, there's also an option to hang it from a wall while you project, if that's somehow more convenient than standing it upright. On the inside, the tablet makes use of an Intel Atom processor, helped by 2GB of RAM. There's also an 8-megapixel rear camera, along with dual 1.5-watt speakers a 5-watt JBL subwoofer. For storage, you get 32 gigs built in, along with a microSD card capable of supporting cards as large as 64GB. The battery, meanwhile, which is built into the hinge, is rated for up to 15 hours of runtime. So is something this innovative worth a second look? Depends: How do you feel about spending $500-plus on your next tablet? We'll give you a few weeks to think on that -- this won't actually go on sale until the end of the month.  



Cortana App in Windows

Cortana is your personal assistant on your Windows Phone. She's there to help make things easier for you and keep you up to date on the things that matter to you.



Why Samsung has twice the number of engineers as Google


Why Samsung has twice the number of engineers as Google

 In 2013, Samsung Electronics had a whopping 275,000 total employees, or more than five times the size of Google's, Ars Technica recently reported. That's more than Google, Apple, and Microsoft combined.



To put that in context, Google only had 18,593 in R&D (most of which were probably making software). Ars Technica writes that even with double the size of engineering headcount, Samsung still hasn't been able to create anything of impact in the software world, while "everyone can name notable pieces of Google software." At least on the hardware side, it said, Samsung has been cranking it out: It has released 46 smartphones and 27 tablets in 2014 alone. The report notes, however, there's a reason for Samsung's shortfall compared to Google or Apple. Samsung has a lot of work across its massive consumer electronics product line, like TVs and cameras, as well as its own Tizen OS — all requiring some sort of software writing — which partly explains why it spends so much on software engineers. In fact, Samsung Electronics produces semiconductors, display panels, and home appliances, too, unlike Google or Apple, which have a much more narrower line of business. "The hunt to offer every product in every category has created a sprawling company, while Apple and Google seem to want to pick and choose their hardware battles with a more focused lineup," the report said.



 Eye control in mobile devices

Eye tracking has been actively discussed by technology enthusiasts throughout these years, but it’s  really challenging to implement. But Eye Tribe actually did this. They successfully created the technology to allow you to control your tablet, play flight simulator, and even slice fruits in Fruit Ninja only with your eye movements.



The team has developed technology that tracks the movement of your eyes using the front-facing camera on mobile phones. This then allows you to control all sorts of aspects of the phone. You will be able to send messages, play games and more without having to touch the handset at all.

A developer interface will allow third-party apps to work with Senseye, and the plan is to earn revenue through licensing the technology to manufacturers so that it can be baked into the operating systems on handsets straight out of the box.

iPhone 6 in India: Offline retailers threaten boycott

 Offline retailers threaten boycott

Some mobile phone retailers have threatened to boycott Apple's much-awaited iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models after their expected pre-Diwali launch because they are miffed that the iPhone 5S is being offered

According to sellers that ET spoke to, some of the 1.5 lakh retailers claimed they have returned their iPhone 5S models, saying they can't compete with the discounts, which have lowered the price of the device to less than their cost. "All over India, there is a huge uproar and heartburn among retailers against online sellers since their business and reputation is being lost," said Subhash Chandra, managing director of retail store chain Sangeetha Mobiles, adding that offline sellers were adversely affected as customers were increasingly going online.A top executive at another retailer told ET that if things stay as they are, he would neither display nor sell the Apple iPhone 6 or 6 Plus.Apple products are distributed in India by Redington and Ingram Micro. ET could not independently confirm whether retailers had returned iPhone 5S models. Apple didn't respond to e-mailed queries seeking comment. An executive close to dealings at Apple India said the company hasn't authorised marketplaces such as Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal to sell iPhones in India. Infibeam is the sole authorised online seller for iPhones while Flipkart is authorised to sell iPads and iPods.The emergence of online retailing and its pricing benefits and the rift created with traditional sales channels exists in other global markets as well.In India, where the online retail growth story has only just begun, about 12-14% of mobile phone sales are being diverted from offline retailers on a monthly basis, according to research firm Convergence Catalyst. This will only increase as internet penetration spreads and e-commerce grows."There is unrest among retailers, as even brands are supporting online," said Satish Babu, founder of retail store chain UniverCell Mobiles.Titu Tanwani, one of the largest distributors of mobile phones in Jaipur, told ET that many retailers had decided to stop selling iPhones as they were facing massive flak from consumers who are able to buy the devices online at much lower prices."The price difference is as high as Rs 11,000 on some models. Apple is liquidating stocks of the older models," he said, alleging that the company was doing so in anticipation of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch expected next month. He added that state trade associations, such as that of Rajasthan, were protesting against the brands.E-commerce sites show that the 16GB iPhone 5S, the highest-selling model for the company in India this year, on offer at between Rs 34,000 and Rs 36,000, as much as 36% less than the original retail price of Rs 53,500. The 16GB iPhone 5S is available on Amazon for Rs 33,999.Tanwani added that retailers were also rallying against local handset makers. The retailers are threatening to boycott Micromax, Spice and Karbonn, which have launched devices backed by Google's Android One platform exclusively online. Google has partnered with Micromax, Karbonn and Spice to sell Android One smartphones priced between Rs 6,299 and Rs 6,499, exclusively on the three e-commerce sites. Spice didn't respond to ET's queries at the time of writing."To ensure convenient access to our devices, our distribution strategy is a judicious mix of both traditional and new-age sales channels. Retailers continue to be the lynchpin of our distribution nexus and we would continue to expand our retail network in the future," Karbonn said in a statement.A Micromax company spokesperson said all distribution channels will coexist but consumers should have the choice to buy from any platform they choose. "India is a huge market and, hence, different channels are developing to serve the various consumer segments. As part of our tactical promotions, we might choose a partner for a particular activity but our strategic intent is a balanced approach towards all sales channels."A senior executive from a large-format retail chain told ET that he had returned his Apple phones to distributors in protest, adding that they cannot compete with prices offered online. "We will be talking to the brands individually, but I won't hesitate to boycott a brand if I am being treated unfairly." Several large-format retailers, including UniverCell, Sangeetha Mobiles, The Mobile Store and Spice's Hot Spot, have created an informal association that is trying to sort out the situation and will be speaking to consumers and the government on the matter, which they say threatens their survival.However, the existence of e-commerce stores and competition from them are a reality that none of the retailers can ignore, said The Mobile Store's chief executive Himanshu Chakravarti.

India's official email service to have 5 million users by March

 India's official email service to have 5 million users by March

NEW DELHI: By the end of the current fiscal, five million officials will be using the Indian government's secure email, which seeks to ban use of popular email services like Gmail and Yahoo in official communication to safeguard critical and sensitive government data.


The government has approved the proposal moved by Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) to establish a secure and encrypted email service for government officials."We are in the process of implementing this. At present about a million officials are covered by it and we need to scale it to cover a total of 5 million employees. This process will be completed by March 2015," DeitY secretary RS Sharma told PTI. A budget of Rs 100 crore has been allocated for the project, which includes expanding infrastructure and ramping up security of servers that will be used to store the mails, he added."We need to scale the infrastructure of the National Informatics Centre (NIC) to accommodate this large number of officials. Also there will be a state-of-the-art security for the service to ensure nothing happens," he said. According to sources, government communication, barring those of ministry of defence and external affairs, will be done using the NIC platform.While defence ministry has its own separate secure email server, the external affairs too may follow suit.The move comes amid concerns about rising cybercrime and hacking incidents. Earlier in September, five million usernames and passwords of Google were reported to have been leaked online by Russian hackers.Sources said the email policy seeks to protect critical government data and aims to make it mandatory for government offices to communicate only on NIC platform and not commercial email services Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc.

Windows 7 PCs may disappear after October 31

 Windows 7 PCs may disappear after October 31

Thinking about picking up a new PC with Windows 7 pre-installed? You might want to hurry as Microsoft has announced it will no longer supply certain versions of the OS to hardware partners from October 31. 


A cut-off date for Windows 7 Pro is yet to be announced. The move is a not-so-subtle nudging of users toward Windows 8, which has struggled to find its footing since launching in 2012. According to figures from NetMarketShare, 13.4% of PC users are using Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, compared with 51.2% on Windows 7 and 23.89% running the 12-year-old OS Windows XP.Microsoft revealed earlier this year that it is ending mainstream (free) support for Windows 7, which turns five on October 22, on January 21 2015. That date will see it transition to Extended Support (which will end in 2020) and will include security updates and paid hotfix support.

Meet 'the everything man' Jeff Bezos

 Amazing India energizes me Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos-

If there's anything that energizes Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon.com, it's his trademark loud laugh. Used variously to galvanize employees or send them a tough message, the laugh defines the confidence Bezos brings to his e-commerce business.


But something galvanizes him even more. "My first visit to India five years ago, which included Varanasi, left me energetic and energized," Bezos told TOI. "Amazon is little over a year old in India. But the local team here has blown past the initial set of goals."To make his business intentions in India clear, Bezos put up a maverick show in Bangalore on Sunday: he was on top of a truck flashing a big $2-billion cheque and an even bigger smile. "Amazon has unveiled a $2-billion investment in the country ... we'll work to better what Indians love most in shopping — vast selection, competitive pricing and fast delivery."If he's unfazed by competition, he's unfazed by policy too — at least for now. "Every country has its unique set of rules, and it's our job to adapt to them," Bezos said, responding to India's rules on FDI in e-commerce."So, we are currently focused on bringing an incredibly large number of (local) small and medium enterprises online. That's a big shift."After many laughs, it's time for Bezos wit. Asked about his visit to India, particularly New Delhi, at a time when the Prime Minister is in the US, Bezos quipped: "We are doing a balancing act. The world is in balance now."



Google Glass is still a ways away from having the wealth of apps available for it that were hoping to receive, and those will probably come with time as more get added on a fairly regular basis. The issue is that things will still be a little slow rolling up until more people are able to pick it up, which we figure will be once it’s final and out of beta.

New apps are still coming out though even if they aren’t at a rapid pace, and one of the latest apps to come to Google Glass comes from a company called Image Searcher, which has taken their CamFind application and created a version of it for Glass. CamFind basically allows the users, in this case a Glass Explorer, to look at an image and have it be identified particularly quickly. The idea is not too unlike that of the way Google Image Search works, in that it lets you take a picture of something that leads to that picture being identified and receiving search results about the image, but the ability to use an app like CamFind without having to touch a thing makes things really easy and convenient, and a great way to get hands free information since you won’t have to pull out your smartphone and use Google Image Search. Well, almost hands free, as you’ll still have to be scrolling through results using the touch pad in the side of Glass, but you get the idea. CamFind gets better though. As if taking pictures using your face worn computerized glasses to get search results wasn’t enough, CamFind has an integrated crowd sourcing feature that lets users add in corrections to image search results, because let’s face it, data isn’t always correct. Searching for results is said to happen in a matter of about 12 seconds, but we’d wager that includes all the time it takes to snap the photo, and get the results for the search using CamFind, and not just the time it takes for the results to come through. The idea is something so simple and basic: “take a picture and get results without typing,” yet it can provide endless bounds of convenience when you may not always have a moment to type something up and need information straight away. The access to the app is just as easy as the act of searching for information by taking pictures, as Glass Explorers have to simply state a phrase beginning with the typical “OK Google” command, followed by the question, “what do you see?” Simple right? The only unfortunate side of this that we can see is that CamFind for Glass is not yet available, but hopefully that changes very soon. You can check out the Android version of the app right now if you’re curious to see how things work, and there’s a short but sweet video just below to give you a more visual accounting of the process https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWCarVDaldc source: Venture beat




New team collaboration or messaging apps everywhere. A new venture TALKO is new mobile app is designed to change the way consumers and enterprises collaborate with each other through a mix of live and asynchronous voice communications.

Dropping in photos and sorting ideas with various forms of tags is nothing new, but TALKO is focusing on the first element voice communication, whether it’s through real-time live chatting or shared messages left for the team.App is a for social productivity and its free to try and users has to pay a fee to have access to old archives of their calls or data. Talko replaces your usual conference line with VOIP, cloud-based calls between team members. The app records the entire live conversation to make it accessible to those who can’t tune in while it’s going on. It also enables users to create bookmarks within the conversation and tag other users with action items. Reference: techcrunch, usa today



Microsoft Xbox One set to launch in China on September 29

BEIJING: Microsoft Corp has set September 29 as the new launch date for its Xbox One game console in China, the US software giant said on Tuesday, in the first launch since a 14-year ban on sales of foreign games consoles was lifted this year.

The world's biggest software company gave no reason for the delay in the launch which was originally scheduled for September 23.The delay is the latest in a series of setbacks for Microsoft in China, where it is under investigation for ..Read more at:http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/43233187.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst

nymi-hero Wearable device could secure smartphones

 Imagine one day strapping on a wristband in the morning and then opening your smartphone and laptop without passwords, getting into your car without a key and even boarding a plane without your ID or a boarding pass.

That's the future imagined by Andrew D'Souza, president of Bionym Inc., a Toronto-based company working on what he says will be the world's first wearable authentication device.D'Souza talked about the Nymi, which verifies a person's identity using their unique heart beat, at MIT Technology Review's EmTech conference in Cambridge this week.


tiny robot

Tiny Humanoid Robot

Tiny robot learns to fly a real plane. A doll-sized humanoid robot has learned how to use a cockpit simulator to fly a light aircraft designed for humans.A small, hobby-sized robot could herald the pilot of the future.

The robot is actually an off-the-shelf humanoid Bioloid Premium by Robotis, modified to be able to work the controls of a cockpit simulation, scaled down to mini-robot size.The robot, presented at IROS Chicago earlier this month, has a video camera built into its "face", with software built in for runway detection and other visual cues. The rest of the buttons, sticks and switches allow the robot to control throttle, braking pitch, yaw, altitude, velocity, and direction, information is fed to the robot directly via wired inputs. According to the KAIST team, "PIBOT can satisfy the various requirements specified in the flying handbook by the Federal Aviation Administration". The PIBOT hasn't flown a full-sized plane just yet, but the team has plans to escalate the project to that stage. Already the robot has successfully flown computer simulations -- and a real-world, scaled-down model biplane. YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGEaOg0l_KA Source: IEEE Spectrum




Smart phones can tell you if your mental health is hurting your grades. Researchers at Dartmouth have developed an Android app that keeps tabs on student behaviour, silently logging how long they sleep, the number of conversations they have, how much time they spend in class.

Using well-known mental health surveys as a benchmark, researchers were able to use the data to determine if students in its test group were depressed, stressed out or lonely and eventually found correlations between mental health and academic performance. Researchers discovered, for instance, that students with high levels of social activity tend to have higher grades, but also may be less physically active. Students who were found to be more physically active and socially engaged tended to be less depressed, too. A more fleshed out version of the app could potentially warn students if their mental state is worsening, and could additionally use that data to predict their GPA. Still, such an app could be awhile off: the app's creators admit that there are some security concerns that need to be worked out. The test program, at least, is secure - researchers anonymize all of the data taken in smart phones, and at this point participants aren't even given feedback from the app, as it could effect student behaviours and contaminate the research. Either way, the functionality is compelling: in the future, your phone might be able to give you mental health diagnosis on the fly. SOURCE: Dartmouth, Science Daily

 These robot cheerleaders could help save lives on the road

The robot cheerleaders, the latest iteration of androids from Japan’s Murata Manufacturing, are another proposition entirely - an army of small robots that balance on metal balls, dancing and flashing lights in unison.

The Cheerleaders use gyroscopic sensors with inverted-pendulum control to stay upright which, Murata’s Koichi Yoshikawa assures me during an interview in the company’s Tokyo headquarters, is a significant challenge in itself. It appears to work well enough - I played with a Murata Cheerleader that was spinning on a desk in a conference room, and it managed to hold its position even when I nudged it with a fair amount of force. But in order for a group of the robots to dance together, they need to be outfitted with ultrasonic microphones and infrared sensors to detect objects around them and work out their relative positions. Technology developed in collaboration with researchers from Kyoto University helps communicate each robot’s location and allow them to perform in synchronization. While the routines are pre-programmed so far, Yoshikawa says that a system enabling real-time editing is in development Despite Japan’s affinity for cheerleader-style pop idol groups, Murata has no plans to make its latest robots commercially available. Instead, the project is designed to demonstrate the company’s technological expertise, with the possibility of adapting the principles to other industries. Murata says the technology that helps the robots ascertain their physical location could, for example, be used in traffic control networks with a view to reducing accidents. Similar vehicle-to-vehicle systems are being developed by companies including Ford and GM. "We believe that the wireless communication of sensor data could become a core infrastructure for the advanced integration of people and objects in smart societies," says Murata SVP Yuichi Kojima in a press release.


As soon as cars are connected to the Internet,100% safe

   Once mobile devices are connected to car infotainment systems and cars are connected to the Internet, vehicles will become a rich source of data for manufacturers, marketers, insurance providers and the government. Oh, and they'll be a lucrative target for hackers, too.


A next-gen GPU that will make everyone an Nvidia fanboy

 Today, at an event in California, Nvidia has officially unveiled the first full-bodied Maxwell chip: The GM204. This chip will power both the Nvidia GTX 970 and GTX 980, both of which should be available to buy from your favorite component store today.

The GM204 is an utterly monstrous chip, comprising 5.2 billion transistors, 2048 CUDA cores spread across 16 streaming multiprocessors (SMs), 64 ROPs, and 2MB of L2 cache. That’s not the most impressive thing, though: the GTX 980, powered by the GM204 chip, has a TDP of just 165W — down from 250W for the previous flagship, the GTX 780.




Is IPv6 Case sensitive? # yes # no





IPv6 provides serverless auto configuration and reconfiguration? # True # False

Go to http://VLRN.in/ and enter 826358 to answer





Hurricane Electric’s Internet Backbone Now Circles the Earth

Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone and a leading colocation provider, today announced that its global Internet backbone now circumnavigates the..






Agency Says IPv4 Addresses 'Nearing Total Exhaustion

The end is nearer for IPv4, according to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).




Which is the one new field in IPv6 header? # Payload Length # Hop Limit # Flow Label

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Loopback address in IPv6? # ::1/128 # ::/0 # fe80:12fe:567::9cb

Go to http://VLRN.in/ and enter 891713 to answer











"IPv6 deployment is a requirement for any network that needs to survive"


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