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XMPP is an open-standard communications protocol. It can be used for instant messaging, but also for various other tasks which involve exchanging data between multiple entities. XMPP is an acronym for "Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol".

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I'm not an expert in mobile networking, but AFAIK the TCP stack should handle mobile handover transparently, application programs should not need to be aware that the mobile network layer are switchin …
answered May 12 '12 by Lie Ryan