Ron Paul (Liberty Report) comes on the show to talk about the economy and the currency crisis, Fake News, what a Trump Presidency would look like - Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) on world news - Virgil Vaduva (Cell411) on decentralized communicati
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall, but their numbers will remain concentrated in the developed world, a United Nations agency said on
In my ongoing quest to make my life as secure and private as possible, I've found three instant messaging networks worth talking about
China has launched a quantum communication line 712 kilometers in length that is meant to safely transmit sensitive information. It is expected to be extended to 2,000 kilometers soon.
Dependence on Wi-Fi is now so high that 4 out of 10 people would prioritise it over sex, chocolate, or alcohol, a new study has found.
David Moran was all set to go out that Saturday night. He thought he might hit Parliament House, Orlando's oldest gay nightclub, or maybe make it over to Pulse, another mainstay.
The dominant narrative about internet service in the US is that big telecom companies have secured monopolies all around the country, and there's little hope unless Google Fiber comes to save your town.
The video from yesterday's meeting of the Arizona Breakfast Club has been posted to YouTube. The direct URL is: https://youtu.be/cFX7RyCJfeA You may also watch the embedded video at the site for the Arizona Breakfast Club. We had a very good turno
Monthly Meeting of the Arizona Breakfast Club. Featured speaker was Craig Carnahan, VP of Sales at CyberGear; Owner RF Gear 2 Go. He spoke about communications and Ham Radio.
Davi Barker (Writer, Author, Artist, Agorist, Peace Advocate) re-caps the Walker-Stalker Convention - Dr. Phranq Tamburri (NMD and local activist) will be in studio to give The Trump Report - HOURS 2&3 POTUS 2016 Coverage
Join us for the November 5th, 2016 meeting of the Arizona Breakfast Club held at the Hancock's. Featured Speaker Craig Carnahan (VP of Sales at CyberGear; Owner RF Gear 2 Go)will be speaking about communications and Ham Radio
A campaign is underway to restore Julian Assange's internet connection via mobile wi-fi hotspots set up by his supporters near the Ecuadorian embassy.
WikiLeaks has activated "contingency plans" after its co-founder's internet service was intentionally cut off by a state actor, the media organization said in a tweet.
Emerging research suggests that if they had mouths, they might just say a whole lot because, believe it or not, trees have brains and intelligence, and are able to communicate with other trees much like humans do with other humans when in social situ
There is nothing worse than being cut off from your family. But as we move further and further apart from each other, and rely more and more on a single technology to even speak, the chances of being cut off have become overwhelmingly probable.
When there's no network coverage or internet access, smartphones are rendered useless as a communications tool. The goTenna tackled this by allowing smartphones to communicate via their own radio-based network and, now, the goTenna Mesh can do so ove
Even though much of the world is being blanketed with internet signals through a variety of modalities, there are still places where getting a reliable high-speed broadband link is tough.
Earlier this year, a giant cable was laid between Japan and the United States to deliver 60 terabits per second (Tbps) of bandwidth under the Pacific.
A fleet of tiny satellites could one day be used to detonate plasma bombs in Earth's upper atmosphere to improve the range of radio communications.
Assuming the initial satellite performs well, as many as 20 additional craft would follow in the effort to create a new category of communications network. Chinese researchers believe their work could ignite a space race as other nations move to refi
People's Republic takes the lead in race to build super-secure communications network of the future
In the past five years, the number of operational satellites has jumped 40 percent, and nearly 1,400 now orbit the Earth. Industry officials say that number could more than double in five years as a revolution in technology has made satellites smalle
Reaching into your pocket to answer the phone just isn't an option when you're charging down a snow-covered mountain or white-knuckling a set of mountain bike grips.
NASA took a major step toward creating a Solar System Internet by establishing operational Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) service on the International Space Station.
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