The global finalists of this year’s Google Science Fair take on cyberbullying countermeasures, tar sands cleanup and wearable tech
The GoTenna smartphone accessory uses short-wave radio signals to send messages, no cell tower necessary
A commentary published in a scientific journal sparks a heated debate amongst scientists
Bumblebees are strong communicators, but they don't always listen
Researchers are trying to figure out how "jackass" penguins—nicknamed for their braying vocalizations—communicate
Motorola and VivaLnk release an electronic sticker that replaces your passcode
A new law expected to go into effect soon will make it legal to unlock your phone
Just like a fiber optic cable, without the physical cable
Web fibers can send a wide range of messages
Though you should definitely take this on a case-by-case basis.
Researchers used new technology to interpret a dolphin noise they say translates loosely to "seaweed"
Proponents for alone time—Isaac Newton, included—think silence can be a precondition for a great breakthrough
As wireless data networks face more congestion, will entrepreneur Steve Perlman's latest idea be the ultimate fix?
Google is paving the way for the universal voice translator, formerly a thing of science fiction. But will they actually help us communicate?
A team of oddball inventors claims they are developing a headset that translates a canine's thoughts into words
Why someone would translate Herman Melville’s classic into emoticons
New fMRI research shows that dogs' brains are specially equipped to process human voices, and respond differently based on our emotions
An inventor has come up with a system for embedding smells into movies, music and text messaging
"If one wanted to go to less trouble in undermining the world's unity, one could start with a dodgy internet connection obstructing conversational flow"
A team of developers is taking orders for a ring that displays incoming text and email messages and helps locate lost phones
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