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Engineering & Technical Headline News Archive - May 2006

Technology Headline News Archives - RF Cafe

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5-31-2006

Azimuth Systems First to Provide Platform for 802.11n Functional Testing

Cosmic Rays Damage Automotive Electronics

Taking Stock: The Unfolding Stock Option Investigation

Next Tech Boom Looming?

Stock Performance Tied to Ease of Pronouncing Company's Name

RoHS Guidelines Issued by U.K. Enforcer

IEEE-USA President Urges Concerted, Sustained Action on Adoption of "New Internet"

Lockheed Martin Revs up Supply Chain Ahead of F-35 Fighter

The first Rule of Silicon Valley Fight Club Is ...

E.U. Steps up Bbattle Against Hackers & Cybercrime

5-30-2006

FCC Set to Take Fresh Look at Media Ownership

Cell Phones Direct Navigation Market

WSTS Raises Chip Forecast

Middle Class Goes Broadband as Price Falls

Bush, Blair Resolve Dispute over Joint Strike Fighter

China Alleges U.S. Wireless 'Conspiracy'

Internet Ad Spending Poised to Overtake National Newspapers

Satelinx to Equip Seniors with Location Base Devices

New Material Puts Its Own Spin on Electronics

Paratroopers Could fly 200 km With New Birdman Wings

5-29-2006

Fixed WiMAX Growth to be Restricted by the Adoption of Mobile WiMAX

IEEE-USA Blasts Senate High-Tech Visa Provisions

Taking Stock: The Unfolding Stock Option Investigation

Standard Verses Proprietary WLAN Solutions Could Impact Handsets

Europe to Legalize "iTrips" and Other Micro-Broadcast Devices?

Chipset for X-Band Radar Offers Superior Performance at Lower Cost

How to Make an Invisibility Cloak

Using Nanotubes as Minuscule Metalworking Tools

ST Sees Phase-Change Memory in Volume at 45-nm

Heaviest Ariane 5 Payload Orbits Without a Hitch

5-27-2006

U.S. Senate: High-Tech Industry Needs More Educated Foreigners

Speculating on Spectrum

NASA GOES Mission Goes on Schedule

Dell Could Trigger PC Price War

5-26-2006

Backdating Stock Options: Linear Scandal Deepens

High-Tech Groups (and tomato farmers) Laud Senate Immigration Bill

EarthLink to Build New Orleans Wi-Fi Network

Fleet Week in NY - Amazing Military Technology

HD Offers Alternative to Satellite Radio

U.S. Consumers Increasingly Happy with Cellphones

Google, Dell in Deal on PC Software Package

Good News! Chocolate Increases Cognitive Performance

MEMS Set to Invade Mobile Phones

Cloak of Invisibility Technically Possible

Growing Glowing Nanowires to Light up the Nanoworld

Living Forever Ain't What It's Cracked up to Be

5-25-2006

RFID Criticized by U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Subcommittee

U.S. and Japan to Pilot Patent Prosecution Highway

Cell Users Worldwide Pick GSM 10:1

UWB Shipments to Reach 300 Million in 2011

Printing Paper Batteries

Inexpensive Detector Sees the Invisible, in Color

Rural Cellphone Firms Being Forced Out

Tiny Battery Able to Survive Pb-Free Solder Reflow Temps

Microsoft Beats JPEG with New Photo Format for Vista

Balloon Borne Student Experiments from Esrange Space Center

Scientists Predict How to Detect a Fourth Dimension of Space

5-24-2006

Fastest Internet Ever Coming Your Way

U.S. to Get Free WiFi for All?

Nike Running Shoes to Communicate With iPods

Bluetooth Profile for Medical Devices Due in 2007

UWB Predicted to Thrive Despite Lack of Global Standard

Soldiers Bond with Battlefield Robots

Semicon Bust May Be Around the Corner

Analog Devices Receives Subpoena

Iran Test-Fires Long-Range Missile

U.S. Ports Vulnerable to Devastating Earthquake Damage

Science Scores Up in Grade 4, Slowed in 8, 12

5-23-2006

Study: U.S. engineers Competitive vs. China, India

European Galileo Satellite Program in Early Budget Overrun

Nokia Sees Consolidation Among Mobile Phone Makers

Iridium Will Supply Satellite Links For ARGO Tracker

CDMA2000 Achieves Subscriber Milestone

Invention: Hydrogen Fuel Balls

Motorola Unveils 'Q' Cell Phone

In Cost-Cutting Move, Microsoft Gives Workers Unpaid Vacations

Here Comes the Sun with New Solutions for World's Energy Woes

Google to Offer Online Video Ads for first Time

5-22-2006

Social Security Numbers of 26.5 Million U.S. Veterans Stolen

Retailers Plow Ahead with RFID Chips

3G Used for Medical Diagnosis

MEMS Digitizes Microphone Market

802.11n Standard to Split into Fixed, Mobile Versions?

Web Inventor Sees His Brainchild Ready for Big Leap

Scientists Clear Technical Hurdle in Fusion Research

No More Shaky Camera Phone Photos

India on Alert for Suicides After Stocks Slide

Microsoft Makes Way for Pay-As-You-Go PC

Million$$$ Squandered in Unnecessary Tests Ordered in Routine Doctor Visits

5-21-2006

10% of Mexico's Population Now Living in the U.S.

Dayton Hamvention Update (May 19-21)

NYPD Warns Officers About Cell Phone Guns

WiMAX Vendors Soon to Feel Effects of Qualcomm Royalties

Power Amplifier Suppliers Take Advantage of Handset Market Growth

IBM Researchers Probe Nanometer-Scale Memories

Cluster Satellites Fly Through Earth's Electrical Switch

Clues to the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

Roadblocks Seen in Immersion Lithography

RFID Chips Coming to Cattle

Searching for The Soul in the Machine

5-19-2006

Just One Nanosecond: Clocking Events at the Nanoscale

New Laser Technique that Strips Hydrogen from Silicon Surfaces

Global Wireless Handset Market Grows 23% in 2006

State Department to Limit Use of Chinese Computers

China's Mega Dam Built to Defy Attacks from Terrorists, Enemies

The Million Dollar Cellphone

Russia Set to Help Europe with Nanoscale Litho

Dell Goes with a Few AMD Processors

SEMI's Book-to-Bill Climbs Again

5-18-2006

A Phone Stolen Every 12 Seconds in the U.K.

Samsung Inks Deal with Fuel Cell Startup

Survey: Americans Would Give Up Coffee Before Internet

RadioScape Creates Single, Front-End RF Chip for Digital Radio

GM to Introduce 19 New Efficient Engines, Powertrains

Congress Urged to Fund Plug-In Hybrids

Long Airplane Flight Does Not Appear to Increase Risk of Blood Clots

5-17-2006

Hurricanes Lead to Tax Rebates on Cellphone Accessories

System Could Enable Ultra-Precise Satellite Formations

Gartner Raises Chip Market Forecast

Turning Corn Cobs into Mobile Phones

European Energy Law 'More Profound Than RoHS'

IBM Breakthrough Could See the Return of Tapes

Scientists Create World's Smallest Nanobrush

Silicon Valley Backs U.S. Wireless Broadband Plan

5-16-2006

Nokia Bans the Mobile Phone

Defense Contractors Participate in Capitol Hill Discussion of the Industry

Silicon Shortage May Become Problem, SEMI Says

Repeatable Low-breakdown Voltage Antifuses Enabled Through Dielectric Thin Film

Microsoft Joins Forces with Chinese Handset Designer

Business on the Up as RoHS Deadline Approaches

European Shift to 3G Handsets Accelerates

IBM Sets Record in Magnetic Tape Data Density

Buckyballs Make Room For Gilded Cages

Most Americans Aren't Likely to Make Big Cuts in Gasoline Use

5-15-2006

Fake IC Claim Storm Rocks China’s Science Elite

HSPA Networks to Dominate Mobile Infrastructure Revenue

Irish the World's Loneliest Web Users: Google

GSM Association Says Roaming Law Will Cost EUR4.3B in Sales

Nanotechnology Used In Thirty Billion Dollars Worth Of Goods In 2005

Firm Claims Bulk AlN Breakthrough

High-Definition Video Could Choke Internet

Wearable Sensors to Improve Soldier Post-Action Reports

Agilent Technologies Ships GENESYS 2006 RF & Microwave Design Software

A Fast Rate of Return Sparks Product Simplification

5-14-2006

Military Plans Tests in Search for an Alternative to Oil-Based Fuel

Funding and Bureaucracy, Not Access to Journals, Are Chief Obstacles to Scientific Productivity

ARRL Shifts Congressional BPL Focus to U.S. Senate

AWS Spectrum Auction Could Offer Disruptive Forces to Carriers and the Public

Chinese Scientist Fired for Faking Chip Development

Nuclear Spacecraft Developers Borrow from Nature

EDO Supplies Self-Defense Electronics to U.S. Air Force

The Evils that Lurk in Idle Web Surf

Nokia to Add Google Talk to Updated Tablet

Here Come the Lawsuits

5-12-2006

Mobile Phone Explosions (as in kaboom) Worry Brazilians

$10M Prize for Hydrogen Fuel Technology

Light So Fast It Actually Goes Backwards

Lockheed Martin to Build Vietnam's first Satellite (now if they can just keep from tipping it over...)

Danes Hike Internet Speed by 1000x

Corruption, Unstable Governments, Poor Infrastructure

Tech-Savvy Americans Head to India

How Hybrid Cars Work - and What They Really Cost

WSC Calls for Elimination of Chip Tariffs, Encourages Chinese Participation

5-11-2006

Reducing the Risk of Tin Whiskers on Lead-Free Products

Exempt Industries Struggle with RoHS

RIM Set to Roll out BlackBerry to Mainland China

"Affluent Early Adopters" Prefer Home WiFi

Nanotech Policy Faces No Small Hurdles

Scientists Discover Super Superconductor

European Regulators Come Out Against EU Roaming Plan

Northrop Grumman to Build Stratospheric Surveillance Airship

Senate Subcommittee Looks to Nanotechnology for Economic Boost

Study: Men Will Risk Everything to Impress Women

Solar Cycle Appears Headed for Historic Low Point

5-10-2006

Domain Names Become Premium Web Real Estate (RFCafe.com must be worth $Ms)

LEDs Will Light the Way to the Future

Sony Electronics Exec Sees Tight Component Supply

How Internet Addiction Is Affecting Lives

Report on Software-Defined Radio for Public Safety

South Korea's CDMA Royalties Top $2.6B

Look Forward to More Indian Satellites in Space

UWB Radar Detects Buried Victims' Breathing

NYC Fires Man for Surfing Web at Work

RadioScape Touts RFIC for Multistandard Radios

5-9-2006

Electronic Smog Making Us Sick

Navy Taps SAIC to Design Wideband Communications Systems

Silicon Wafer Prices Increase Again

U.S. Posts Patent Attorney in India

Northrop Grumman Receives FAA Contract to Upgrade ATC Radars

1/4 of Europeans Replace Their Phone Each Year

12-QBits Reached in Quantum Information Quest

Spyware Computer Hacker Jailed for Nearly Five Years

Field Employees Turn Smartphones into Wireless Reference

Lockheed Martin to Study Hybrid Launch Vehicle Concept for USAF

U.K. Study Claims UFOs Aren't Aliens

5-8-2006

Israeli Companies Plan U.S. IPOs

Hard Drives in Cellphones Could Spell the End for MP3 Players

Unlucky Cellphone Thieves

The RFID Hacking Underground

New York Plans Nanocareer Day

Flextronics Chooses U.K. Antenna Design for Mobiles

Iran to Battle Satellite Dish Owners

Co-operation With U.S. in Space Sector Welcomed

Worldwide Survey Estimates 694 Million Adult Web Users

Agilent Technologies Introduces 3D Electromagnetic Simulation Software

5-6-2006

China Makes Artificial Rain for Beijing

A Force for the Future: Education and Technology Program Needs Your Help

Philips Makes Self-Assembly Molecular Electronics

Big Techs Tumble on Poor Outlook

Fake NEC Company Found

U.K. Scientist Compares Carbon Nanotubes to Asbestos

M/A-COM Extends Family of Low-Cost HBT High Linearity Driver Amplifiers

Patenting Gravity?

5-5-2006

1000s Sign Planetary Society Petitions to Save Our Science (SOS)

Nanotechnology: Are Safety Concerns Real or Imagined? Experts Disagree

U.S. Company Reveals Hybrid Car Plans

U.S. Navy Selects BAE to Provide Tx-Antenna Groups for EA-6B Prowler

UCLA Engineers Announce Breakthrough in Semiconductor Spin Wave Research

Mission Illogical: Movie Promotion Puts Lives 'At Risk' (disconnected Hollywierd morons at work again)

NASA Overworked, Under-Budgeted, Can't Do Research

Filtronic to Sell Power Amplifier Biz

Video Shows Al-Zarqawi Fumbling With Rifle (guess he'll have to stick with sawing off heads - in a peaceful way, of course)

5-4-2006

Qualcomm in Smart Phone Partnership

Taliban Beheads Indian Communications Engineer (how much longer will the world tolerate it?!)

Wal-Mart to Sell Build-Your-Own Computers

Protonex Debuts Soldier Power Fuel Cell Systems for U.S. Air Force

Infrared System Helps Pilots and Drivers See in Fog and at Night

City Council Approves Cell Phone Ban

Space-Based Supercomputer Will Dramatically Increase On-Orbit Computations

In Physics, the Not-So-Constants?

Gates Doesn't Want to Be World's Richest Man (I can help - give it to me)

Fuel Cells No Use for Mobile Phones, Nokia

U.S. Government Awards $11B in IT Contracts for Q2 2006

5-3-2006

Nokia Starts Shipping BlackBerry Rival

Wireless Without Towers at Yellowstone National Park

Bill Would Open Scientific Research Access

With Kremlin Backing, Oligarchs Invest in Russian Electronics

U.S. Seeks Laser Weapon to Shoot Down Enemy Satellites

U. Maryland Makes Scientific Journals Available in Iraq

U.K. Regulator Gives Go-Ahead for In-Building GSM

Scientists Worry About Solar Superstorm

Canada Cuts Funds to Fight Global Warming

More Professors Ban Laptops in Class

802.11n Wi-Fi Draft Fails first Letter Ballot

5-2-2006

Radio-Electronics.Com Exceeds 200k Pages/Month

Pentagon Unveils Urban Robo-Race

RIM Says Visto Patent Complaint Invalid

IBM Uses Atomic Microscope for Direct Writing

Low Cost Cellphones Drive Semiconductors Sales

Semiconductor Market Growth Still Undervalued

Motorola Buys Denmark R&D Center for Mobiles

New U.S. Energy Facility Passes Major Test

Intel to Spend $1B to Push Net in Poor Nations

Iran Discovers New Uranium Deposits

Google Pressures Microsoft on Browser Feature

More Evidence For 'Stripes' In High-temperature Superconductors

5-1-2006

Linx Introduces Ultracompact 2.45 GHz Antenna

Cellphone Bugging Rises

Central Bank Warns of Challenges for Singapore's Electronics Sector

Worldwide Q1 Chip Sales Up 7.3%, Says SIA

Toll Lane Ahead for Internet Traffic?

SIA's Scalise Warns on Inventory, Energy Indicators

Laser Trapping of Erbium May Lead to Novel Devices

Who's Buying Cell Phone Records Online? Cops

Computer Forensics is a Red-Hot Job Market

Chinese Man Buys Fighter Jet on eBay

 

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