28 Apr 2015
In a Wi-Fi world, the internet is a fleeting, invisible force which links together all of our devices. Smartphones to desktops, futuristic fridges to television sets, everything is connected together without wires. But on a global scale, this is simply not true.
When it comes to communicating between London and Hong Kong, the information sent to your router might be wireless but from then on in, a series of interconnected cables transports everything across the world. The internet, in reality, is made possible thanks to the huge volume of un.. Read More