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Network Computers and comp.sys.net-computer.* newsgroups FAQ v1.10
Section - 9. What is the Mobile Network Computer Reference Specification?

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  The Mobile Network Computer Reference Specification (MNCRS) is an
 extension to the Network Computer Profile (section 8), with special
 attention given to the unique requirements of mobile applications.

  Additions include requirements for working with little or no network
 connectivity, power usage monitoring, minimal bandwidth use, and so on.

  Details can be found at http://www.mncrs.org/

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