Time-Traveling Telescope Is Giant iPhone Killer

Nov. 12 (Bloomberg) –- Living in Green Bank, West Virginia means giving up iPhones, BlackBerrys, and anything else that transmits. If you need to call home while you're out, you'll have to use a payphone. There's even a special patrol unit that drives around looking for electronics not unauthorized to use the radio frequencies. The restrictions were put in place over fifty years ago because the city houses the world's premiere single-dish radio telescope that can detect and record the slightest signals from deep space. (Source: Bloomberg)
The Week in Smooth Talk: From Athens to Washington
13:17 - Feb. 27 -- It has been a big week in the news. Greece made a deal with Europe. The FCC passed landmark rules over Internet traffic. Congress and the president battled over immigration and the funding of the Department of Homeland Security. A whole lot of fightin' goin on. And it made for some smooth talking from Washington to Athens.
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