To appear in Nov-Dec 2015 issue of IETE Technical Review as an editorial.
For commuting within New Delhi where I live, I often travel in an… 1,636 more words
(To appear in Sept-Oct 2015 issue of IETE Technical Review)
After intense debates over net neutrality, the issue of call drops in mobile networks has now become a new burning topic in public discourse. 909 more words
(To appear as an Editorial in IETE Technical Review, July/August 2015 issue.)
Today’s mobile devices (for example – smartphones, tablets, smart watches, smart bracelets, smart glasses etc.,) have a number of sensors embedded in them such as an accelerometer, compass, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and ambient light sensor, GPS sensor, barometer, step detector, step counter apart from the usual camera and the microphone. 1,811 more words
How to cite: M. J. Kumar, “The Pay or Perish Game: Why we should stand up against ‘active discrimination’ for the survival of net neutrality”, … 1,635 more words
How to cite: M. J. Kumar, “Global University Rankings: What should India do?”, IETE Technical Review, vol.32, no.2, pp.81-83, March-April, 2015.
Before 1983, until the first university ranking in the world was published in… 1,710 more words
To appear in IETE Technical Review, Jan-Feb 2015.
How did economies start? In olden days, after meeting our requirements, we shared the surplus with neighbours and relatives. 697 more words