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Technology Headline News Archive: June 2003

Technology Headline News Archives - RF Cafe

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6-30-2003
Microtune's CEO resigns amid financial turmoil
Kissing options goodbye
TI to build $3 billion fab in Dallas, says report
Chip industry showing its age
Verizon sues over missing prototype handsets
6-27-2003
House Approves DHS Funding With Cargo Screening Provision
Nanotechnology seen enabling next 'technology pulse'
House Panel OKs $369 Billion for Defense
NASA's Odyssey Orbiter Watches A Frosty Mars
Novellus claims breakthrough in low-k dielectrics
6-26-2003
Cell phone voyeur faces jail
IBM claims world's first 3D magnetic crystal
Boeing engineers charged in connection with rocket program
Cognio(tm) Launches Intelligent Spectrum Management Solution for Wireless Environments
Wake Forest Scientists Figure Out Bizarre Visual Condition
6-25-2003
Antenna Anomaly May Affect SOHO Scientific Data Transmission
Lockheed and BAE to Partner on Missile Defense
Raytheon Awarded $11.2M to Study USAF GPS Modernization
WHO lifts travel advisory on Beijing
Analysts See No Big Gains In Lifting Of Trade Sanctions
Sony Ericsson Increases Focus On GSM/UMTS/EDGE in N.A.
6-24-2003
Apple rolls out dual 64-bit G5 - world's fastest PC
Researchers demonstrate tunable Schottky barrier, aim for ferroelectric
Border Hawk illegal alien eye-in-the-sky drone flies
Researchers Develop Technique That Could Open Doors To Faster Nanotech Commercialization
Intel, HP form global network for new Internet apps
6-23-2003
The end is here, Halla insists
Another reason not to drive while using a cell phone!
Transport on the Rebound?
Public WLAN Hotspots Will Be The Next Dot-Com Crash
Agilent to Close English Fab, Cuts 200 Jobs
6-20-2003
DARPA, U.S. Air Force Seek Input On Global Strike Project
Positive Results for CDMA2000
6-19-2003
Bluetooth awaits its fate amidst rate debate
U.S. high-tech exports decline sharply
Radar promises through-wall vision for military and emergency services
DARPA, U.S. Air Force Seek Input On Global Strike Project
6-18-2003
Missing in Action at the Paris Air Show
Report sheds light on China's evolving R&D centers
Raytheon's Laser Guided Bombs `Pave the Way' in Operation
Ericsson employees jailed for espionage
DOD's Reduced Paris Air Show Presence To Be Permanent, Sources Say
6-17-2003
Engineer's list turn-ons, turn-offs
U.K. business productivity down due to stress
WHO lifts advisory on China provinces, Taiwan
Web site designed by engineer connects would-be entrepreneurs
6-16-2003
Cambridge start-up preps single chip UWB device
New digital radio service brings new life to AM
TI Solves 802.11 and Bluetooth Coexistence with Complete System Solution
The wife left as deposit for cell phone
Mobile Phone with Color TV Function
6-13-2003
NASA Willing To Fund Russian Vehicles For ISS As 'Last Resort'
Cell phones may cause heart failure
IEEE OKs 802.11g WLAN standard, three others
Breakthrough 'Interface Tuning' Is Macro Step For Microelectronics
6-12-2003
New trade body seeks to improve telecoms logistics
NASA Selects New Shuttle Bipod Design, Studies Other Tank Changes
RF component vendors see uptick in military applications
Lab claims world's best MEMS sensor
6-11-2003
Spectrum for future UMTS / IMT-2000 Requirements
Profits Up, Supply Up
Researchers Combine Electronics With Living Cell To Create Potential Toxicity Sensor
Ericsson, Philips link for Bluetooth 1.2 baseband
6-10-2003
NASA's Newest Unmanned Aircraft Makes Successful First Flight
New Raytheon airport radar system cleared to take off
Law would allow Texas engineers to stand tall (it's about time PEs lost their monopoly on the word!)
Taiwan hit by second quake in two days
Tetrapod nanocrystals could improve solar cells
A New Battle Over Offshore Outsourcing
6-9-2003
Coin cell transceiver targets short-distance wireless
GPS, Radar Tops On U.S. Spectrum Agenda For Aerospace
Supercomputers for the Masses?
Upcoming Report on Space Shuttle Incident Blames Multiple Factors
National Ignition Facility Project Sets Records For Laser Performance
Motorola wipes $400 million off Q2 sales guidance, cites SARS
6-7-2003
APLAC Technology Now Accessible Through CST DESIGN STUDIO(tm)
 6-6-2003
RF MEMS tools and IP to grow from European project
'High Risk' Bugbear Virus Variant Spreading Rapidly
Edge mania drives deals at Supercomm
Passive RF component modeling tool
6/5/2003
Moto's retiring Shlapak says last three years were 'horrible'
Ballmer Memo Cites Linux Threat
Version 3.0 of HomePNA Standard Reaches Final Form
NASA: Nuclear Power And Propulsion A Must For Manned Mars Shot
6-4-2003
Study Finds Space Shuttle Exhaust Creates Night-shining Clouds
Mitsubishi unveils microwave chipset for automotive radar
Drop in 'planned' layoffs may signal recovery
3G Prospects Look GRIM
Robust growth ahead for Wi-Fi PA, says ABI
6-3-2003
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Awards Raytheon Air Defense Systems Support Contract
Outsourcing here to stay: DAC panel
Countermeasure Protects Airliners Against SAMs
Mars Express En Route For The Red Planet
Single-electron transistors shed heat
6-2-2003
ZigBee standard looks to bump aside Bluetooth
SARS, PC upgrade delays impact IC sales, says SIA  6/2/2003
Antenna specialist Sarantel forms U.S. subsidiary 6/2/2003
TSA To Send Congress Report On Less-Than-Lethal Weapons 6/2/2003
Ultra Wideband To Capture Wireless Video Market 6/2/2003
 
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