Teleportation Gets Real: Breaking Down the Basics of Quantum Teleportation
Quantum teleportation is a cutting-edge phenomenon in the world of quantum mechanics, where information is transferred between two particles without any physical matter moving between them.
The Digital Cellular Network Standard that Changed the World
GSM, short for Global System for Mobile Communications, is a digital cellular network standard that has been widely used since its introduction in 1991. With over 80% of the global mobile market using GSM technology, it has become the most common standard in use.
The origins of the internet can be traced back to the 1960s and 1970s when researchers and scientists worked on the development of computer networking technologies. Among the key figures in this development was Vint Cerf, who co-designed the TCP/IP protocol, the foundation of the modern internet.