|−|The ' ''Integrated Digital Enhanced Network''' ('''iDEN''') is a proprietary mobile communications technology from [[ Motorola]]. |+|
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|−|It is a TDMA based digital wireless standard. It operates in the 800 MHz, 900MHz, and 1.5 GHz bands. It combines the capabilities of a digital cellular telephone and a two-way radio known as push-to-talk (PTT). |+|
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|−|Motorola’s iDEN® technology phones support many other features including Bluetooth, location-based services, MOTOTalk and support for expandable memory (Micro SD. Sprint Nextel is the largest U. S. retailer of iDEN services. |+|
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|−|Newer iDEN phones use a SIM card that is compatible with GSM phones for overseas roaming but iDEN is a very different standard from GSM. iDEN phones are not compatible with GSM networks and GSM phones are not compatible with iDEN networks. |+|
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|−|== External Links == |+|
|−|* [ http://idenphones.motorola.com/idenHome/common/what_is_iden.jsp Motorola: The iDEN Solution] |+|
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This is Mac OS X's internet shortcut file, similar to the Microsoft Windows .URL file. However, due to the heavy usage of AppleDouble resources, the expected data is actually stored as metadata and not in the the expected data file location.
On the file system itself, the shortcut file named
News.webloc pointing to
http://news.google.com is actually a zero byte file. The URL is instead stored in the
._News.webloc file in a field with resource type '
The contents of this resource file are visible with the Apple Developer Tool DeRez