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Decentralised networks are naturally robust against certain types of attack. Now one mathematician says advanced geometry shows how to make them even more robust.
Thanks to a leak of Syrian web censorship data, internet researchers have been able to analyse, for the first time, exactly what steps an authoritarian regime takes to restrict traffic.
The idea that the Twitter stream is a window into the future is persuasive. But is it true?
Much of the editing work on Wikipedia is too mind-numbingly repetitive for humans, so automated bots do it instead. But keeping track of automated editing has always been hard ... until now.
Nobody agrees on how to define a city. But the emergence of "natural cities" from social media data sets may change that, say computational geographers.
A European team of physicists has demonstrated a device that can teleport quantum information to a solid-state quantum memory over telecom fiber, a crucial capability for any future quantum Internet.
When it comes to finding the perfect mate, people aren't as fussy as they make out, say researchers studying behavior on online dating sites.
When it comes to social media activity, London props up the global league tables. But why?
Computing resources such as memory, processing power and even software are all available on demand and in abundance through the cloud. Now neural networks are joining the list.