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After Math: Reach out and touch someone

in the totally legal, telecommunications sort of way, obviously.
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It's been a telling week for communications. Chinese scientists bounced quantum entangled photons into space and back, McDonald's recruited new hires through Snapchat, and it would appear that North Korea has had its fingers in everybody's cyber-pies since 2009. Numbers, because how how else are you going to work the keypad?

Gallery: After Math: June 18th 2017 | 7 Photos

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