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This Giant Cluster Simulates 300,000 Androids to Check They Play Nice [Android]

We've all been at a huge outdoor event which renders our phone useless, with no available bandwidth to make calls or check a map. That's why Sandia Labs has built this giant cluster, to simulate large networks of phones and make sure they play nicely together. More »

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