This editorial appeared Tuesday in the Washington Post:
Remember the good-old 1990s, when you could make a pot of coffee while waiting for the screeching dial-up modem to connect to the Internet at a leisurely 9.6 kilobits per second?
Samsung Electronics will add two safeguards to its latest smartphone in an effort to deter rampant theft of the mobile devices nationwide.
Chief scientist Rick Gerdes, left, and CEO Dan Hodges of Medusa Scientific watch a monitor as it displays multiple channels of data. The company says its modulation technology will multiply data transmission for cellular, satellite and radio communications.
The transmitter, foreground, and receiver designed by chief scientist Rick Gerdes of Medusa Scientific send and receive multiple channels of data.
Everyone's heard of AM and FM. Are you ready for TM?
A telecommunications provider is hosting a free seminar to help businesses use networking systems to meet healthcare, financial and general business compliance guidelines.
State regulators today approved a plan to classify CenturyLink local phone services as competitive, allowing the company to change its rates under a streamlined process.
Growing customer-service call center operator Afni Inc. said it plans to hire more than 150 new full-time workers here during the month of April.
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NEW YORK — The next time you snap a digital photo and post it to
Facebook, you can probably thank the three men who won the Nobel
Prize in physics Tuesday.
A company that runs three call centers in Tucson is hiring more
than 200 new workers.
WASHINGTON — Congress is poised to act swiftly on new penalties
against Iran if international talks on Tehran's nuclear program
show signs of faltering. And this time lawmakers are talking about
trying to block gas and refined petroleum exports to Iran, possibly
causing serious disruptions i…
The cost of making phone calls has been dropping rapidly in the
last few years. If you want to take full advantage of that, you'll
need to try some new things, because the phone companies aren't
going to thrust savings on you.
TEHRAN, Iran — In an unusually frank disclosure, Iran's nuclear
chief said Tuesday the country's new uranium enrichment site was
built for maximum protection from aerial attack: carved into a
mountain and near a military compound of the powerful Revolutionary