When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published new guidelines 18 months ago regarding the radiation risk from cellphones, it used unusually bold language on the topic for the American health agency: "We recommend caution in cellphone
Cell coverage can be fickle. You might get great reception at home but spotty coverage at work or at the gym even though other carriers work fine. And even if your carrier has your entire city pretty well covered, all bets are off when you travel.
The Misinformation Mess ... As Americans approach Election Year 2016, the crisis of misinformation is growing more and more dangerous.
While the straws have been building on the camel's back of Apple's "no brainer" status over the past few months, today's news from DigiTimes appears to be the most damning yet on the 'peak Apple' phenomenon.
If you thought your internet data and international phone calls were transmitted via satellite, you would be wrong. (It's okay, I was, too.)
Some airlines such as BA have agreed to co-operate and voluntarily hand over their passengers' details to NTAC's data stores; those who do not agree, or have not been asked, have their data networks tapped under special warrants by NTAC
It's a two-color device: black and white. The screen has no touch functions. The battery probably lasts for days. It answers every complaint about smartphones without bothering to address them.
New Program Has Phone Companies Storing Your Data Instead
This is the kind of engagement--a mutually beneficial give and take with media outlets--that results in great publicity for your products, and that in turn brings you more sales and greater investment.
A new arms race in our skies threatens the satellites that control everything from security to communications
Wall Street ended a little lower on Thursday as falling healthcare stocks offset gains in Intel and other technology names while investors eyed an expected rate hike in December.
In the heart of the presidential debate season, the Federal Election Commission is ignoring press rights under the First Amendment by regulating the media's involvement in the debates and maybe even political coverage and TV programming
Verizon is introducing new international phone plans today that are going to make travelers a little happier, but only if they're familiar with how awful Verizon's plans used to be.
Bitcoin's shady image causes people to overlook the extraordinary potential of the "blockchain", the technology that underpins it. This innovation carries a significance stretching far beyond cryptocurrency. Simply, it is a machine for creating
Cuba signed a roaming agreement with U.S. telecom Sprint Corp during its first annual trade fair since rapprochement with the United States and told 600 companies from 70 countries at that it was eager for more business.
T-Mobile wants to obliterate any notion that its coverage is inferior to the competition.
SO, THE RUSSIANS are at it again, snooping around the undersea communications cables that connect the continents.
Google believes it is on course to have enough internet-beaming balloons in the stratosphere to form a ring over part of the world next year.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued a minor solar radiation storm warning on Thursday morning following readings from a weather satellite in orbit around the Earth.
China successfully launched one of the nation's Long March 2D rockets on Monday, Oct. 26, 2015, lifting the Tianhui-1C mapping satellite into orbit at 3:10 a.m. EDT (7:10 GMT). Liftoff took place from the Launch Area 4 (LA-4) at the Jiuquan Satelli
CHINA'S LONG MARCH 3B ROCKET LAUNCHES APSTAR-9 SATELLITE INTO ORBIT
Laser-based communications has the ability to beam enormous amounts of data at high speed, but the use of this technology in space is still in its infancy.
NASA has teamed up with The Aerospace Corporation of El Segundo to test a new CubeSat-mounted laser communication system.
One of the great things about Wi-Fi is that those airwaves are available to anyone.
The Blackphone 2, from the Swiss company Silent Circle, is unique. It promises a fully private experience, with advanced security features, deep permissions management, and encrypted voice, text, and video chat built in.
Mark Zuckerberg, promoted access to the Internet as "an enabler of human rights" and a "force for peace" on Saturday, as he announced that his company would help the United Nations bring Internet connections to refugee camps.
In a recent interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson on the astrophysicist's StarTalk podcast, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden suggested that aliens may be using encryption, which would explain why humans have never got any messages from them.
This is a fun, almost novice-level construction project for anyone who has a 2-meter ham radio walkie talkie (e.g., the $26 Baofeng UV-5) and would like more effective range without having to buy an amplifier.
Mobile Internet from the Heavens imagines a constellation of Samsung satellites orbiting the Earth, providing unlimited mobile internet to every corner of the planet.
Around 3.2 billion people have access to the Internet. That's amazing, but it's fewer than half of the 7 billion or so people on earth.