US-based company OneWeb along with Airbus hopes to get everyone on the planet on the internet. After starting up seven years ago, the company is finally starting to launch a fleet of about 900 satellites into a low-Earth orbit.
Just last week Dutch scientists revealed a plan to connect four cities with a quantum link by 2020. Today, US scientists announced that they plan to set up a quantum link across a 30-mile distance.
Th world-first nanophotonic device encodes more data and processes it much faster than conventional fiber optics by using a special form of 'twisted' light.
The company’s Qualcomm Technologies achieved a 5G data connection on a 5G modem chipset for mobile devices—with an emphasis on “mobile.”
Facebook's Aquila internet drone recently completed its second full-scale test flight, and this time the aircraft had a smooth landing.
Data networks have reached the limits of throughput that electronic copper cables can provide. Researchers are working to overcome the practical issues with implementing a network based entirely on optical fiber cables.
A Salk Institute discovery shows that an algorithm used for the Internet is also at work in the human brain, an insight that improves our understanding of engineered and neural networks and potentially even learning disabilities.
A three-continent research data sharing project is making headways in an effort to globalize research telecommunications.
Technologists around the world have long fantasized about an artificial intelligence so powerful, that it is smarter than all of humanity combined.
CHINA is on the brink of launching a groundbreaking new satellite capable of conducting quantum experiments in space, leading some to predict it will usher in the beginning of a new space race.
The new network will give us a superfast and secure internet, making our current model look like a 1971 Pinto.