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Make your own predictions for the future of communications. It's really easy to upload a picture you have drawn, write an article or comment on any of those published, but before you start please read our conditions of contribution. When you are ready, complete the form below.

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The UK's first permanent gallery dedicated to the history of information and communication technologies opens in the new Information Age gallery at London’s Science Museum.

audio history

Take a trip down memory lane with extracts of the interviews which have been recorded as part of the Connected Earth oral history programme.

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