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Communication technology

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Book Daniel D. Garcia-Swartz; Martin Campbell-Kelly (2022)
Cellular: An Economic and Business History of the International Mobile-Phone Industry. (/isis/citation/CBB498968831/) unapi

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The Doctor Who Wasn’t There: Technology, History, and the Limits of Telehealth. (/isis/citation/CBB554229753/) unapi

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Older People’s Use of Digital Technology During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society (pp. 19-24). (/isis/citation/CBB218869342/) unapi

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When Teleconferencing was the Future: The 1970 ‘Medizin Interkontinental’ Transmission and West German Medicine in the Space Age. European Journal for the History of Medicine and Health (pp. 1-35). (/isis/citation/CBB133774701/) unapi

Book Hugh R. Slotten (2022)
Beyond Sputnik and the Space Race: The Origins of Global Satellite Communications. (/isis/citation/CBB430492982/) unapi

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Symbols and Things: Material Mathematics in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. (/isis/citation/CBB884699301/) unapi

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Slicing Sound: Speaker Identification and Sonic Skills at the Stasi, 1966–1989. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 215-241). (/isis/citation/CBB388750124/) unapi

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The Voice Catchers: How Marketers Listen In to Exploit Your Feelings, Your Privacy, and Your Wallet. (/isis/citation/CBB102529253/) unapi

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Empire of the Air: The Men who Made Radio. (/isis/citation/CBB405487638/) unapi

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Chronological Developments of Wireless Radio Systems before World War II. (/isis/citation/CBB310029927/) unapi

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Portable Weltempfänger mit Mehrfachüberlagerung in den 1970er Jahren. (Portable world receivers with multiple overlays in the 1970s). Funkgeschichte (pp. 65-70). (/isis/citation/CBB865409353/) unapi

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Arthur Asseraf, “Electric News in Colonial Algeria” (Oxford UP, 2019). New Books Network Podcast. (/isis/citation/CBB286614821/) unapi

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Hot Molecules, Cold Electrons: From the Mathematics of Heat to the Development of the Trans-Atlantic Telegraph Cable. (/isis/citation/CBB042236017/) unapi

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