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A Journey To The Bottom Of The Internet

The internet is powered by over 300 heavy duty underwater cables that carry 99% of all international data from continent to continent to right at your fingertips almost instantaneously. In this episode of Nat & Lo, Na...

How Google[x]’s Project Loon Tests Its Giant Internet Balloons

What if massive pumpkin-shaped balloons could bring internet access to rural and remote locations around the planet? Google[x], which also developed Google Glass and Google's Driverless Car, has a team working on gian...

Thin underwater cables hold the internet – Vox

Remember those 550,000 miles of undersea cables that power the internet? Learn more about this 150+ year old, cutting-edge fiber optic technology, from what the cable layers are made of, to how they're installed, to h...

The 550,000 miles of undersea cables that power the internet

A planetary system of undersea cables stretches across oceans, seas, and around continents... 550,000 miles (885,139.2 kilometers) of fiber optic communications cables that power the internet and more. The first was l...

How does the internet work?

How does the internet work?! The World Science Festival explains it… The video lets you ride shotgun with a packet of data—one of trillions involved in the trillions of Internet in...

Catching Up With Flu: Using the Web as an early warning signal

When sick people search the Web for remedies or tweet about their symptoms, they’re sending an early warning signal about disease outbreaks. Now scientists and public health officials are listening in. ...

The Catlin Seaview Survey: “Street View” for the Great Barrier Reef

Being hailed as Google Street View for the Great Barrier Reef, the Catlin Seaview Survey will begin a comprehensive study of the natural world wonder in September of 2012. Using a special “squidlike” came...