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Thanks to British mountaineer Daniel Hughes, the high-end Android phone is the first to make a video call from the highest point on Earth.
There's something exciting about being in remote places and pulling out a satellite phone. Inmarsat's newest device is small and light and offers simple data capabilities like text messaging and e-mail.
CNET News reporter Daniel Terdiman set out to be able to get online deep in the Wyoming wilderness. How did he do?
After 5,765 miles of driving through five states, CNET News reporter Daniel Terdiman is back home and reflecting on five-plus weeks of an amazing journey.
Roving reporter heads deep into the forest with a satellite modem and phone, a battery-operated Bluetooth-enabled printer, and a lot of fully-charged batteries.
In Yellowstone National Park, two eagles sit in their nest, caring little about the park visitors gawking at them from the road nearby. Road Trip 2009 captures the scene.
On Road Trip 2009, CNET News reporter Daniel Terdiman uses Inmarsat's BGAN mobile satellite modem to get online and conduct a video chat at 14,264 feet. Live-blogging falls victim to the elements.
Never say never, but this may be the first blog ever posted live from the monumental earthwork on the edge of the Great Salt Lake called Spiral Jetty.