On Friday, May 24, 1844, the very first message sent by Morse code’s dots and dashes across a long distance traveled from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore.
Over 40% of people who earn less than $30,000 a year have access to broadband, according to new research.
A rapid rollout of digital identification has the potential to unlock economic value of up to 13% of GDP by 2030, according to a new report by the McKinsey Global Institute.
A cheap and easy way of measuring the brain activity of individuals with epilepsy could be a revolutionary step towards more convenient management of the condition.
5G will enable new revenue streams from IoT and industrial applications, and accelerate digitalization in the Middle East and Africa.
Smartphones are the most pervasive, versatile and capable connected devices we use on a daily basis. So how do we harness their capabilities for scientific data collection?
Consumers need to be made more aware of just how much of what they do on the internet is traceable, as recent scandals highlight.
Smartphone use in emerging economies has seen a significant rise over the past decade as they have become more affordable and accessible.
From an initial set of connections based in the US, a satellite link to the UK started the the beginnings of a global network of connected computers.
In many parts of the world, the smartphone market has become saturated. But for less economically developed nations, it's set to expand and help development.
Indian online shoppers’ data is a “national asset” and a “mine of natural resource,” which the Indian government wants exclusive rights to.
Emerging sign languages could reveal how all language evolved – but keeping these fragile languages isolated for research may mean the people who rely on them lose out.
'Purl' is an 8-minute short animation from Disney that follows a ball of yarn as she starts her new job in a finance company called 'B.R.O'.
Tracking someone’s emotional changes in real time using a smartphone could improve treatment for depression, new research suggests.
The temptation to profit from personal data has to be stemmed if the internet of things is to fulfill its potential.