Does faster communication cause more problems than it solves?
On this day 149 years ago, the first digital transmitter debuted
You might think it takes vast governmental resources to launch an extraterrestrial communication effort. Nope
You asked, we answer
The dwindling ice has an unexpected benefit: more underwater cables
Volunteers will transcribe and tease out the messages of of nearly 16,000 communiques
It’s a victory for open internet activists—but will it stick?
For some companies, bans on in-person prison visits mean big business
Despite more than a century of study, scientists still have much more to learn about the complex world of ant communication
Regulators are taking on internet service providers over targeted ads
Researchers record a chorus of deep sea animals as they migrate through the ocean
How a law signed by George Washington is being applied to Apple
When Alexander Graham Bell introduced the telephone, skeptics worried about how it might affect people’s interactions
Next time you hear, "this call may be recorded," an analytics firm could be analyzing every word
Consider it the Victorian-era version of OKCupid
A news study capture images of what dolphins 'see' underwater
Save your change for a telephonic trip to Prairie Grove, Arkansas
A new exhibit looks at the inspiration that comes from the clash of glory and catastrophe
Mobile communications professor Harald Haas has theorized about using LED bulbs to transmit data for years. Now, the technology is a reality.
Did the Titanic's owners know about its collision with an iceberg?
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