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New software takes advantage of Wi-Fi to make data downloads and voice calls far more affordable.
Revisiting our review of Vizrea’s media-sharing service.
Optical fibers in a sphere could lead to clothing that “sees”
Should San Franciscans trust Google and their mayor to improvise the city’s Wi-Fi network?
NASA spacecraft monitoring solar storms will help prevent damage to satellites.
Laptop software that can translate English-Arabic conversations on the fly is being tested in Iraq.
Understanding the effects of meteorites and space “junk” is important for our colonization of the moon and Mars.
The website has 102 million users – but not much willingness to work with outside companies.
A new wireless network design affords high performance at a fraction of the power, promising more powerful communications without the expensive infrastructure.
A new way to build small microphones may be a boon for VoIP and laptops users.