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Technology Headline News Archive: July 2004

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7-30-2004

Samsung To Soon Pass Motorola As #2 In Handsets

UPI Exclusive: NASA Begins Moon Return Effort

Tiny Materials Make Big Splash on Wall St.

Manufacturing Down in June

Communications Equipment Spending Rising

Resurgent IT Market Drives International Rectifier's Revenues

Broadband Prices Falling Sharply in 2004

Worldwide Phone Market Continues to Exhibit Strong Growth

7-29-2004

Fleet Of 'Hunter/Killer' Planes Would See Initial Use In 2007

Broadband Wireless To Shine in 2009, Report Says

Airbus Orders Boost EADS Earnings

Northrop Grumman's Profit Up 44% on Sales

Study Says Lots of Bullying Happens in the Workplace

Ultra-Small Nanotechnology Needs Macro Bureaucracy

7-28-2004

Fuel Cells in Mobiles by Next Year

Fuel Cells Uptake to be Hampered by Aircraft Restrictions

Moto-Led Trio Unveils Roaming Technology to Link GSM, Wi-Fi Nets

First X Prize Attempt Set for Sept. 29

Former Aptix CEO Indicted for Plot to Kill Judge Over Patent

Avaya Says VoIP Fueled Quarterly Growth

IBM Turns Atoms to Ions, Then Back Into Atoms

Sandia Supercomputer To Be World's Fastest/Smallest

Wind Industry Fears Missing Energy Boom

7-27-2004

Siemens Bike-O-Meter Phone

IBM to Build Supercomputer for U.S. Military

First GPS Navigator Approved For Precision Approach

New MyDoom Virus Spreads Quickly

New Semi Equip Spending to Continue Into 2005

TI Targets Digital Radio

Lockheed Profit Jumps 22 Percent

Rough Ride Predicted for Cellular RF Power Amplifier Makers

7-26-2004

U.S. EE Forms Outsourcing Firm in Russia

Breakthrough Yields Simple Way To Make Microscopic Electronics

The Promise and Perils of the Nanotech Revolution

Los Alamos Scandal Fallout Spreads

New England Area Companies Benefit From Defense Appropriations Bill

WLANs Exposed by Hack

ITT Industries' 2Q Profit up 12 Percent

Fabless Fundings Up 62% in Q2

China's Handset Makers Prepare to Call Overseas

7-23-2004

WLAN Espionage Feared At Democratic Convention

Breakthrough Yields Simple Way To Make Microscopic Electronics

Alaska Interceptor First in Defense System

Researchers Overcome Barrier To Shrinking Wireless Devices

Taiwan's Influence Over China's IC Industry Seen Growing

Intel Opens Russian Development Center

U.S. Congress OKs US$417B for Defense

All Systems Go For New Spaceflight Law

19 Los Alamos Employees Put on Leave

7-22-2004

Lockheed Martin Scores Success With Landing Technology

Japan Considering LAN Tax

Electrical Detection Of Spin Resonance Of Single Electron In SiFET

Global Chip Orders Grew 14.5% In June

U.S. Tool Vendors Reap Benefit Of China

Hawking Unveils New Thinking On Black Holes

Why Some Neonates Need Caffeine

Gallup Survey Shows Americans Support New Plan For Space Exploration

7-21-2004

First Virus for Windows Smartphones

House OKs Stock Option Bill

Atheros Hits Home With WLAN Chip Set

TI Sees Record Chip Revenue in Q2

Microsoft Plan Could Give Shareholders $75 Billion

Next-Gen Internet Protocol Launched

Space Race Heats Up

What Neil & Buzz Left On The Moon

7-20-2004

Beware the Killer GSM Phones In Nigeria

AT&T Wireless Begins Selling Fast Data for Mobiles

Analysis: US 'In Line Of Fire' In China-Taiwan War

Silicon-Based Photodetector Is Sensitive To Ultraviolet Light

Boeing Projects $5.4 Trillion (yes trillion) Market for New Airplanes and Services

U.S. Telecom Production Surges

7-19-2004

EDGE Spreading

Broadband Operators Under Collusion Probe

UWB to Target Ticket-Less Passengers

U.S. E-Passport Plan Raises Tech, Diplomatic Hackles

Supersized Wafers: Too Big a Bite?

Motorola Prices Freescale IPO Low

Northrop Grumman Picks Goodrich Air Data System for X-47B

Hawking Changes His Mind on Black Holes

PluggedIn: Mobile Phones Aim to Take Load Off Wallets

7-16-2004

In-Cabin Use Of Cell Phones: Service Still Years Away

FCC Qualifies Three Bidders for 24 GHz Auction

Few Answer Call for Italian Cell Phone Strike

Both Sides Surprised by Outcome of UWB Vote

All Los Alamos' Classified Work Halted After Security Lapse

Chinese Produces New Type Of Nuclear Sub - Taiwan Plans Likely

California's New Economic Magnet Attracts Northrop Grumman

Fire On The Vomit Comet

7-15-2004

Microchips Implanted In Mexican officials

Um, What Downturn?

Cheap PCs Drive Europe Area Shipments

China To Become World's Second Biggest Aviation Market By 2022

Raytheon Announces Shortlist Of Ground Sensor Sub-Contractors

More Disks Lost At Los Alamos

Nanostructure Chip May Sharpen Tracking Technology

Growing Superconducting And Magnetic Nanocables

7-14-2004

Wi-LAN Notifies IEEE of Patent Licensing

Spectrum Trading Will Increase Competition

Zarlink to Devise RF Technologies for Body Area Networks (BANs)

Intersil to Cut 200 Jobs

EU Environmental Deadlines to be Missed

Intel: Moore's Law Here to Stay

US Nano Technology Groups Seek to Forge Chinese Business Collaborations

Cyber Dissident Jailed for 19 Months

7-13-2004

British Military: iPods Pose Security Risk

'Light On A Chip' Potential Seen By Scientists Spoofing Natural Phenomenon

Aerospace, Defense Companies Seen Increasing Revenues

Analysts, Industry Executives Spar Over Outlook

Britening: Commercial Airline Anti-Missile System Going Online

Find a Dog With a Cell Phone

Americans Uncomfortable Overhearing Wireless Conversations in Public

7-12-2004

Hill Funding Proposals Seen Hurting Missile Defense Advances

FCC Adopts New Rural Spectrum Rules

FCC Adopts Unlicensed Wireless Changes

Broadband To Continue Rapid Worldwide Growth

DOD Contracts Awarded

Northrop Grumman Hunter UAV Surpasses 30,000 Flight Hours

FCC Chief Launches Blog Aimed At Techies

Scaled Aims For Late September X-Prize Flights

FCC To Issue Revised Secondary Market Rules

7-9-2004

Capital Spending Spree To End In 2005

Who’s Driving the Design Chain?

Indian Budget Boosts Telecom, Computer Industries

GPS Startup Finds $5 Million, Partners With Trimble

X Prize Attempt In Late September

L.A. Approves Restrictions On Cyber Cafes

China Chipmakers Unlikely To Suffer From US Tax Rebate Deal

Broadband By Airship?

7-8-2004

GE Develops High Performance Carbon Nanotube Diode

House Passes Supercomputer R&D Bills

Sharp To Volume Produce 'Paper-Thin Liquid Crystal Display' Within 3 Years

Wearing Your Cellphone Display On Your Sleeve

U.S. Removes UN-Banned Banned Iraqi Nuclear And Radiological Materials

Defence Spending Sparks Aerospace Recovery

Researcher Predicts 7 Million WiMAX Users By 2009

AIA Asks Bush, Kerry To Back Increased NASA Funding

7-7-2004

Yankee Forecasts Strong Growth for Satellite, Broadband Wireless Sectors

Boeing Announces $1.2B 7E7 Orders

Gradual Decline in IC Growth Rates Seen as Industry Matures

Air Crews Look at Radiation Risk From Flying

High-Frequency Sonar For Target Re-Acquisition And Identification

Northrop Grumman, Air Force Finalize Design on New Airborne Surveillance Radar

GE Unveils Nanotech Device, May Shrink Future Chips

7/6/2004

CEA Developing Airplane-Mode Wireless Standards

Sticky Bullets Act as Distant Spies

Conexant Blames WLAN for Shortfall

Ping Pong Ball Spy in the Sky

Boeing Bets on 'Net-Centric' Warfare

Mammoth Airbus 380 Needs Low-Carb[on] Diet

Science Teachers Urge New Focus

7-5-2004

IEEE Pushes WLANs To 'nth' Degree

Nanotech Deal May Signal 'Intel Inside' China

RFID Will Go Through Growing Pains

May Semi Sales Up 37%

The Scientific Flash Behind Fireworks

7-2-2004

More Cell Phone Subscriptions Than Inhabitants in Sweden

Cassini Sends Amazing Images of Saturn's Rings

GPS Chips & Cell Phones In Coca-Cola Cans

DoHS Recommends Against IE Due To Security Concerns

General Dynamics Wins $479 Million Contract From Joint Experimentation Program

7 Indicted In Export of Military Circuitry To PRoC

Epic Battle Seen Over Future WLAN Spec

Lockheed Martin Awarded $2B Air Force Contract for 22 F/A-22s

7-1-2004

Delta Promises End to Lost Luggage With RFID

Study: RFID Saves Money, Displaces Workers

NAVAIR Evaluating Spherical Airship For Surveillance Applications

IEEE 802.16-2004, or What's in a Name?

Freefall in Global Wireless Equipment Investment Gets a Respite

Boeing Sells Texas Unit to BAE

Cassini Probe Sends Stunning Ring Views - Now In Saturnian Orbit!

 
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