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Replacing metal wiring with fiber optics could change everything from supercomputers to laptops.
Miniature cell-phone towers can improve patchy coverage and provide super-fast data speeds.
New tools are changing the way people work with each other, their companies’ partners, and their customers.
A massive injection of spectrum might be about to revolutionize the digital infrastructure of rural America.
The Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to a fiber-optics pioneer and the inventors of digital-imaging chips.
One of the Internet’s oldest tools is getting a whole new set of functions.
A new book argues that concentration of power is an inevitable result of new communications networks.
New software can track workers’ activities in great detail to improve communication, but is it too much information?
An advocate for free expression worries that a key Web principle is withering in Washington.
Active metamaterials might be used in solar cells that change properties with the weather.