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Technology Headline News Archive: October 2003

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Defense Equipment Gets Funding Boost In War Bill Compromise

Electronics Boosts GDP Growth

Orbital Receives Major Order From NASA

Microsoft Sought Deal With Google - It Would Be The End Of Ever Finding An Answer To Your Query!

USA And China To Lead The World In Mobile Games

RF Supplying BenQ With Power Amps

Japan Loses 2nd Satellite to Solar Flare


Hard Times Ahead for Base Station Components Suppliers

Enormous X-ray Solar Flare Seen By SOHO

BAE Systems Awarded $17.4M Navy Radio Contract

Ericsson Profit Lifts Telecom Industry

IBM Adds Wireless to Foundry Services

HomePlug Labors to Gain Ground on Wireless LAN


Where Is Windows Going?

Sun Shoots Another Solar Flare at Earth - "It's Headed Straight For Us Like A Freight Train"

Feds, Wal-Mart Drive RFID Adoption

Is It Real? Computer And Electronics Shipments From U.S. Factories Increased 1% In September

Operators Boosting 3G Investments


Severe Solar Activity: The Most Powerful Solar Flare In 14 Years - Aurora By The 29th

House Science Committee Leadership Urges NASA To Defer Orbital Space Plane

Americans Vary In Cell Phone Politeness

Sony To Layoff 20,000 Worldwide

JPL Researchers Unveil Superconductor-Based Light Detector

Bad Mileage: 98 Tons Of Plants Per Gallon -- Study Shows Vast Amounts Of Converter Plants Needed To Fuel Society - Interesting, But So What?


Sun Erupts With Intense Activity

Iowa State University Ready To Hit Hackers Head-On With First-Of-Its-Kind Computer Security Laboratory

NASA Scientists Dives Into Perfect Space Storm - Telegraphs Affected 144 Years Ago

MTC Technologies Acquires Vitronics

UWB Chip Developer Artimi Secures Further Funding


British Electronics Industry Not Ready For Lead-Free Conversion, Survey Says

Gartner Predicts Rebound For Asia Pacific Chip Industry

EEG Brain Cap Detects Musical Creativity

Red Hat Ships Enterprise Linux 3.0

Spectrum Signal To Develop Software Defined Radio


Laptop Era Dawns

Moto Claims Chip Will Double Smart Wireless Devices Market

TI, ST Invest in Startup RF Chip Maker

EBN's 2003 Salary & Opinion Survey


Fractal-Shaped Tiles Developed For New Broadband Antenna Class

3GSM Stalls, Expected In 2007

Cadence Launches Chinese IC Design Institute

Merged GSM-Wi-Fi Scheme Proposed

Battling Anemia, 3G Searches For Booster Shot

BA To Operate 20 Concorde Flights In Final Week


4G Wireless 10 Years Away - NTT DOCOMO

The Historic Chinese Shenzhou Manned Flight Also Has Military Objective

Fairchild Acquires Raytheon's RF Business

Wi-Fi, Satellite Break Into Cells

White House Report Touts Nanotechnology

Commercial Optical Processor Debuts - 8 Gigaflops

Renorming IQ Tests Due To Flynn Effect May Have Unintended Consequences (good and bad - you could be brainier than your predecessors)


Lawmakers Alter Funding Plan For Airliner Countermeasures

FCC frees spectrum for 3G and broadband wireless

Could 2003 Be Another 1999?


New Diode Could Enable Faster, More Efficient Electronics

Researchers Find That Superman's Teeth Can Superconduct

Anadigics Acquires Celeritek Power Amp Group

Tanner unveils schematic tool

Trend Toward Ku-band Continues, Transponder Study Says

EDGE Wireless Off The Blocks


Cell phone with a hand glove control panel

U.S. unemployment rate for EEs up in third quarter

Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle Can Cut National Fuel Consumption In Half (we'll just need to build a few nuclear plants to power them)

Highly Active Compound Found In Coffee May Prevent Colon Cancer: Great News - now buy an RF Cafe coffee mug ;-)


Major New Funding Is Available to Commercial Satcom Operators

Florida to get WCDMA trial network

Two chip execs cast wary eye on China boom

Casting a wider, deeper Net - ala the Linux open source model

It Ain't Over Yet

Research: Are Successful Leaders Born or Made?

Electronics Interconnections For Extreme Space Environments

New Ways To Talk To Your Computer


Cell Phone PAs Not Needed In the Future?

New PCB End-Launch SMA Connectors To 26.5 GHz


New Engineering Center Focuses On Implantable Prosthetics

Semiconductor Pricing Not in Recovery Yet

New GSM-based Microsoft smartphone (complete w-Ctrl+Alt+Del ?)

Camera phone market to soar - report


GSM tops Americas growth charts in 2003

Philips developing wearable medical monitoring system

Capital Equip Spending Suffers Setback, Gartner Reports

Purdue Researchers Stretch DNA On Chip, Lay Track For Future Computers (the first Cyborgs?)

New U.S. $20 bill debuts today!


New Glass Can Replace Expensive Crystals In Some Lasers And Bring High Power To Small Packages

Global broadband deployment growing as DSL spreads

Infineon adds 145 Siemens engineer to wireless team

Cell phone antenna ideal for hearing aids

Business Travel Hits Bottom; Companies Lock Down Budgets


Not exactly a headline, but you'll probably relate to the story!

Iraq to Get GSM Mobile Networks

Wireless revenues to overtake land lines in Europe - report

Panel: Offshore Outsourcing Is Here to Stay

European group seeks progress in software R&D


Jobs go begging as startups prowl for specialized skills

New Internet Explorer Patch Plugs Serious Security Holes

With nod from NASA, 500-mV supply error-correction chip set for liftoff

Motorola spins off semiconductor group

Kyocera's RF SAW filter comes in tiny chip scale

Toy cell phone electrocutes child


Toshiba develops 200 mW violet laser - optical disk drives ahead?

IEEE to explore 60 GHz band for WPANs

Camera phone images appear on neighbors TV set

Eberhart Concerned About Air Defense 'Trigger Hesitancy'


Noble Publishing 2004 Catalog, Fall Edition

Semico: Recovery Under Way, But Possible Dip in 2005

Next waves for WiFi: smart antennas, cellphone integration

US mobile market approaching maturity

GPS Market Well Placed

Frost & Sullivan: Bluetooth Market Comes Into Its Own


Pentagon plans huge 'homeland defense' dirigible

Microsoft and Lindows Trade Legal Shots

Celeritek quits handset PA business

Hindu God not allowed to use a cellphone

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