A PUBLICATION OF ACM SIGMOBILE
Mobile Computing and Communications Review
GetMobile is the new incarnation of the quarterly ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review, which was formerly known as MC2R. GetMobile is the premier forum for addressing networks, systems, algorithms, and applications that support the symbiosis of portable computers and wireless networks.
Sample Articles
Approximate Computing: Unlocking Efficiency with Hardware-Software Co-Design
Luis Ceze and Adrian Sampson
Generations of computer scientists and practitioners have worked under the assumption that computers will keep improving themselves: just wait a few years and Moore's Law will solve your scaling problems. This reliable march of electrical-engineering progress has sparked revolutions in the ways humans use computers and interact with the world and each other. But growth in computing power has protected outdated abstractions and encouraged layering even more abstractions, whatever the cost.
The Once and Future Internet of Everything
David E. Culler
I am often asked these days, "Is IoT really as transformative as all the buzz suggests, or is it a lot of hype?" My answer is simply, "Yes." And the road to here has been a fascinating interplay of academic research accomplishments, industry advances (often with other drivers), and standardization processes (for lack of a better term). It was predictable that today we would be poised for the "next tier" of the Internet to take off, but the endgame seems to be even messier than expected.