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Communications Archive

  • The Evolution of Wireless

    New radio technologies could allow wireless handhelds to do more, and make updating cellular base stations quick and easy.


  • How To Be Human

    Call centers might be able to teach “chat bots” a thing or two about passing the Turing Test.


  • Putting Patent Trolls on the Defensive

    Attorney Dan Ravicher is campaigning against overly broad software patents and the companies that use them to threaten or eliminate the competition.


  • Smart Pages

    Xerox technology protects sensitive digital information.

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  • An Eye on Everything

    Optical fibers in a sphere could lead to clothing that “sees”

  • Golden Gate Lark

    Should San Franciscans trust Google and their mayor to improvise the city’s Wi-Fi network?

  • Q Is for Quixotic

    Because they wanted their new Q phone to feel familiar, Motorola engineers decided it should run Windows. Big mistake.



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