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GPS in Cellphone Used to Track City Worker Going Home Early

'Black' U.S. R&D Budget Estimated at $17.5 Billion

FCC Issues Two Citations in Longstanding Power Line Noise Case

Scientists Sue NASA Over Extensive Background Checks

Congress Passes Landmark Legislation, America COMPETES Act

NIST Researchers Tackle Wireless Interference Problem

Making Internet Bandwidth a Global Currency

U.S. Moves to Fine Wireless Carriers Over 911 Service

IBM Measures Single-Atom Memory, Molecular Switch

Osram Supplying LEDs for Streetlights

ITT Awarded $207M for FAA's ADS-B ATC Modernization Program

Strong Demand for Wi-Fi Home Network in China

Staff Locked in Warehouse - Told to Send an SMS if they Need the Toilet

SDR Chips Will Be Ready for Handsets Next Year

Survey: More Homes Ask 'What's a Land Line?'

ZIP Codes and Property Values Predict Obesity Rates


Scientists: EMF Fields in Everyday Technologies Pose Deadly Health Risks

First HD Radio Tests Launch in Germany

U.S. Army Launches 2 Probes Aimed at Fighting Contracting Fraud

Foreign Filers Stir Patent Pot

Sony Introduces First U.S. Video Walkman Player

Iraqi Students Uploading ID Papers to Mobile Web Sites

NFC Phones on Shelves Later This Year

Monster.com Reveals Past Thefts of Personal Data Maybe Covering More Than 1.3M Users

138 Million Registered Domain Names

Hubble-Bubble, Telescope in Trouble

China Tells Japan It is Not a Threat

Ball Lightning's Frightening . . . but Finally Explained

Drizzle Radar: A Gain for Climate Research

Wi-Fi to Supersede Wired Ethernet

NASA's Troubled Future


Photontransistors for the Supercomputers of the Future

Chicago Pulls Plug on Public Wi-Fi Plan

Printed Circuit Board Market to Exceed $76B in 2012

3G Basestation Design Leverages Femtocell Technology

Caribbean Resort Bans Mobile Phones from Beaches

Arrow, Digi-Key Ink New Distribution Deals

Web Universe is 'Prankable' - and Ever-Changing

Hydrogen-Generating Technology Closer Than Ever

EarthLink to Slash 900 Jobs, Cutting Half Its Workforce

US Army Selects NG for First Phase Of Program to Develop A Mobile, Solid-State Laser Weapon System

RRFC Receives US National Security Administration (NSA) Accreditation

Taiwan Sets Sights on Domestic Weapons Industry

Lithium Batteries for Hybrid Electric Cars


Teen Who Hacked iPhone Trades for a 'Sweet' New Car

Unlocking the iPhone Could Invite DMCA Suit

Motorola Sues Aruba, Alleging Wi-Fi Patent Infringement

Cabbies Reject Orwellian Rules for GPS Tracking

New Anadigics ICs for Mobile Devices Integrate Wi-Fi and Bluetooth RF Front Ends on One Chip

NASA Confirms Einstein - Again

Cellphone Charges in Tokyo 3rd Highest Among Major World Cities

Rome Research Wins $33M U.S. Navy Contract for Satellite Communications

Despite Grumbling, Most Americans Say They are Happy at Work

Vendors Steer Toward Automotive

ESA Development Contract for Intense 808 nm High-Power Laser Diode Arrays

Sleepy? Spend Less Time on the Internet or Watching TV

Metal Oxide Nanotubes: Lower-Cost Alternative to Carbon?

An Exploding Lunar Eclipse


Cellular Phone Throwing Turns Artistic

Sony Develops a Sugar-Powered Battery

Investments Line up for Chinese 3G

Experts Demand 2.5 GHz Spectrum Allocation in India

New IEEE Spectrum Online Offers Lots More

Apple Demands a High Price for iPhone from European Carriers

World's Highest-Resolution Computer Display Reaches 220 Million Pixels Resolution

Intel Claims “First High-Performance Compound Devices on Silicon”

3 Heats up HSDPA in UK

Soaring to 6,000 ft: the DIY Rocket

3G iPhone in Early 2008?

Boeing Awarded US Air Force Contract for Combat Survivor Evader Locator Radios

Acer to Pay $710M for Gateway

Northrop Grumman Completes Acquisition of Scaled Composites


N.J. Teen Says He's Unlocked Apple's iPhone

Astronomers Get First Look at Uranus's Rings as They Swing Edge-On to Earth

General Dynamics NFIRE Satellite Completes First Missile Defense Experiment


USPTO: Revision of Patent Fees for Fiscal Year 2007

New York Taxi Drivers Threaten 2-day Strike over GPS Tracking

BAE Wins $8M U.S. Defense Contract to Develop GaN Amplifier

USA to Pass 100% Mobile Penetration Level by 2013

Nortel Adds Germany, Russia to 4G Research Drive

FCC Head Comes out for A La Carte Cable TV

Report Links Power Lines to Cancer

Nokia Battery Case to Cost Matsushita up to $172M

Sun Micro to Change Stock Symbol to 'JAVA' from 'SUNW'

Monster.com Took 5 Days to Disclose Data Theft

UFO Researchers Try to go Mainstream

Super Soaker with Electro-Hydrodynamic Power

Chemists Figure out What Makes Coffee Bitter

Could Physicists Make a Time Machine? It All Depends on Curving Space-Time

Russia Unveils Pilotless 'Stealth' Bomber


India Overtakes U.S. as Nokia's No.2 Market

WiMax Backers See Broad Deployment in Two Years

World Record Wi-Fi Distance Link Deployed by Hams

Phishing Attack Plunders Monster.com Job Website

New Exhibit to Open in Patent and Trademark Office Museum

Briton Held Over Wireless Broadband "Theft"

Google 'Probably' Will Bid in 700-MHz Wireless Auction

BAE Systems, Congressional, Community and Army Leaders Celebrate Inauguration of Elgin Site

EU Accuses Rambus of 'Patent Ambush'

First Olympic Bullet Trains Arrive in Britain

Qualcomm Cracks Top-10 in Chip Rankings

Embarq Offers $5,000 Reward Copper Theft Arrests

Mode-Locked Silicon Evanescent Laser Built

Germany Hears Loud Calls for End to Conscription

Russian Space Agency to Form 3 Space Holdings by 2015


'Reverse Brain Drain' Threatens U.S. Competitiveness

Space Shuttle Makes Textbook Return & Landing

Hackers Attempt to Blackmail Monster.com Members

EU-Wide Approval Eyed for Mobile Satellite Service

Immaturity in 802.11n Products Guides a Return to a Wired LAN

In Japan, 3D Images in Your Pocket

New U.S. Institute Eyes Next Generation of Nano Engineers

Pellets of Power Designed to Deliver Hydrogen for Tomorrow's Vehicles

TriQuint Acquiring Peak Devices for Wide-Bandwidth Amplifier Design

Google Tool Allows Users to View Stars and Galaxies

Rocket-Powered Mechanical Arm Could Revolutionize Prosthetics

Colleges Getting Proactive on Disaster Communication

Teacher’s Head Spins After Spaceflight

Working Toward New Energy with Electrochemistry

Citing Security, Israel Premier Imposes "No-Phone" Ban at Meetings


Watch STS-118 Landing Live at 12:32 pm EST

West Virginia University Tops 2007 List of Party Schools (WVU is Melanie's alma mater)

Japan's Plans to Replace the Internet

Crowded Mobile Chip Market Likely to Shrink Further

'The Simpsons'? A Science Classroom?

Electricity Generator from Body Heat

Europe: EMS Powerhouses Jabil and Flextronics Invest in Ukrainian Hot Spot

USPTO Ruling on Electronic Signatures and Initials

New Method for Mass Production of Nanogap Electrodes Developed

Analysts Blame Skype for Massive VOIP Outage

NASA's Voyager Spacecraft Mark Thirty Years of Flight

Startup Sees 1,000 "Brains" on One Microchip

'Frozen Smoke' Aerogels May Be Materials of Future

Lockheed Martin Acquires 3Dsolve Inc.

Princeton Scientists Confirm Long-Held Theory About Source of Sunshine


FCC Sets January 16 for Big Wireless Auction

Tumbling Markets Cause U.S. IPO Jitters

Three Jailed for Using Phones in Prisons

Handset Advances to Drive RF Semiconductor Market

Muni Wi-Fi Market Hits Turbulence

Sony Rolls out Nationwide Tech-Recycling Program

Shuttle Coming Home Day Early as Dean Nears

UWB Volume to Overtake Wi-Fi

FCC Issues NPRM on AM Use of FM Translators

New Software Censors E-Mail, Work Communication

U.S. Army Awards Contract to Develop Truck-Mounted Laser Weapon

Wi-Fi Signals Big Change for Mobiles

China Mobile Adds Record 5.6 Million Customers in July

Cheap, Easy Technique to Produce Hydrogen from Visible Light is Almost Ready

What Exactly is 'Internet Addiction' and What is the Treatment?


China to Install RFID Sensors Along I-35 NAFTA Highway


Top Recalled Cars of 2007

Computing Breakthrough Could Elevate Security to Unprecedented Levels

Blogger Forces NASA to Tweak Climate Data

NASA Says Shuttle Heat Shield Needs No Repair

Physicists Discover 'Super Crystals' in Organic Semiconductor


Nokia Asks ITC for Investigation Against Qualcomm

Sprint Earmarks $5B for WiMax Network Through 2010

Wireless Startup Mulls Lawsuit to Force FCC Decision

Hollywood Blamed for Scientific Ignorance

Pentagon Paid $998,798 to Ship Two 19-Cent Washers

Wi-Fi 'SideJacking' Opens Eyes at BlackHat

TI Buys RF Design House ICD

HP Posts 'Best Revenue Growth Since 2000'

U.S. Signs $30 Billion Defense Aid Pact with Israel

WiMAX Networks Will Fly with 700 Mhz Spectrum

Laser-Cooling Brings Large Object Near Absolute Zero

Scientists Unlock the Secrets of the Rubik's Cube

Princeton Tops 'U.S. News & World Report' College Rankings

Solar Startup Gains $77M in Funding


FCC Opposes Silicon Valley VCs' Plan for Free Wireless Broadband

Clarins Pinged over Claim for Skin Spray that Can Protect Users Against Electromagnetic Waves from Mobile Phones

Radio Regenbogen Launches First HD Radio Test in Germany (HD Radio)

Ionic Winds Can Cool Chips

Qualcomm: Broadcom Injunction May Cost $2.4Bln

Iraq Launches Sale of Mobile Phone Licenses

Standards Battle Brewing in Wireless Interconnectivity

The Ultimate Electric Car that Can Outpace a Ferrari

Punctured Astronaut's Spacesuit Cuts Short Spacewalk

Couple Tries to Name Baby "@"

Australian Scientists Launch Fusion Energy Plan

'Hacks' Add Skype, Videoconferencing to iPhone

Chinese Manufacturing Not Ready for Prime Time

At Least 3 Chinese Satellites Malfunctioning Since 2006


DirecTV Inks Broadband Over Power Lines (BOPL) Pact With Current Group

Paper Battery is Rechargeable

NASA: Endeavour Damage No Safety Risk

Energy from Hot Rocks?

Motorola Slips as Nokia Takes Over 50% Share in 2Q07 EMEA Mobile Phone Market

Physicist Trying to Store Antimatter in Small Box Using RF

Quarter of Chinese Handsets are Fakes

U.S. Airport Security Checkpoints Poised for Evolutionary Leap

E.U. Could Quiz ST-Infineon Merger over Power

London-to-Scotland Trains Get FREE Wi-Fi

U.S. Lines up $30 Billion Arms Deal with Israel

Web Site Offers to Ruin People's Lives for $20 a Month

India Wants to Launch First Reusable Space Launcher by 2010

U.S. Sees Looming China Threat to Satellites


Workers Suffering from 'Email Stress'

Researchers Develop Bendable Battery

FCC Rules Allow One Bidder to Buy More Than Half of Spectrum

Skyworks Receives Certification for Automotive Quality Standard

Broadcom Seeks Ban on Qualcomm Chips

New Technology Has Dramatic Chip-cooling Potential for Future Computers

Zoom Launches Bluetooth-Controlled Advertising Signage

Femtocells Critical for Mobile Triple-Play

Siemens Bribery Scandal Exceeds 1B

Nokia Offers to Replace 46 Million Mobile Phone Batteries After Reports of Overheating

7 Web-Browsing Tricks Make your Smartphone Act Like an iPhone (#8: browse on over to a phone sale website and order an iPhone)

Is Glass a Solid or an Extremely Slow Moving Liquid?

NASA Still Mulling Shuttle Repair Spacewalk

Bloggers Film Under Skirts, Due in Court


Microsoft Disputes FCC's Rejection of Web Devices That Use TV Airwaves

Australian Trade Body Publishes Mobile Phone Bullying Guide

RFMD to Acquire Sirenza Microdevices

FCC Considers NCE FM Application Cap for October Filing Window

NASA to Examine Endeavour Shield Damage

New Suspicious Payments Uncovered at Siemens

Lockheed CFO Kubasik to Lead Electronic Systems Division

Thai Students Win Microsoft Imagine Cup 2007

Young Inventors' Research Transforms the Marketplace

iPhone Customers Report Touch-Screen Dead Spots

U.S. Army Orders Mobile Satellite Terminal Equipment from Comtech

China Reveals Deadly Threat to First Flight

Vodafone Joins the WiMAX Forum®


BlackBerry was First Line of Defense in Last Week's Market Crisis

Endeavour Docks; Damage Found on Shuttle's Belly

Time to Admit the 'Gun Nuts' are Right

Cities Incite Thunderstorms

Lawyers Using E-ZPass to Expose Adulterous Spouses - more from Big Brother

Computer Scientists Shed Light on Internet Scams


Wi-Fi in the Sky Coming Next Year

USPTO Proposes New Measure to Improve Patent Quality and Reduce Pendency

Secured Digital to Offer Paper Embedded with RFID Chips by End of 2007

Your Guide to the Summer’s Best Meteor Show - the Perseids

IEEE-USA Seeks Nominations for 2007 Awards & Recognitions

China: World's 1st RFID Smart Retail System Launched

DARPA Picks Urban Challenge Semifinalists

Paris Moves Ahead with Free Wi-Fi Plans

WiMax Backers Gear up for 700 MHz Nets

RFMD, Skyworks and Triquint Grew GaAs Device Market Share to 55% in 2006

New World Record for Superconducting Magnet Set

64% of Wireless Developers are Working on an Open Source App

Travelers: World's Best Business-Class Lounges

Volunteers Locked into Small Container for 18 Months as Mars Experiment Gets Underway

The Eyes Have It: What Do We See When We Look at Ads?


Ofcom Exempts UWB from Regulations

Silicon Valley's Payrolls on Upswing

Bush Prepares to Sign U.S. Tech Competitiveness Bill

Users Fed up with Marketing Spam from Mobile Service Providers

Wal-Mart Using Facebook to Win Back-to-School Sales

Nanoparticle Technique Could Lead to Improved Semiconductors

Upstart Cell Phone Provider Seeks to Serve the Young and Poor

Inventory Ills Continue

Dell to Pay Former CEO Rollins $48.5M in Cash

Britain Hosts Europe's Largest Balloon Festival

New E7A-E7Z Prefix for Bosnia and Herzegovina

Iraq Conflict Boosts Profits at BAE Systems - part of that Industrial Military Complex that Eisenhower spoke of

Interest Low, Segway User Group Folds

Wealth Gap Is Increasing - don't I know it!


Shuttle Endeavour Launches Today at 6:36 pm EST (watch it on SpaceTV)

Prototype Internet Device for Unused TV Spectrum Fails FCC Test

Judge Rejects Qualcomm Video Patents, Citing 'Extreme Foul Play'

Perseid Meteor Shower Coming up This Weekend

Spacecom, DRS Technologies Provide Satellite Bandwidth Services to DoD

Sun Launches World's Fastest Microprocessor

No Presidential Veto on ITC Qualcomm Chips Ban

Policy Makers Seek Stronger E911 Solutions for VoIP

Wal-Mart Plans for Its 4-Petabyte Data Warehouse

Nokia Outsources 3G Chipset Operations to ST

Experts: Russians Planning New Cyberattack

Wind Farm Noise a 'Minor Issue' Says Official Report


4G Race is On for 700 MHz Market

Singapore Requires Microchip Tags On Dogs

8-Year-Old Whiz Designs with FPGAs

Nine in 10 Americans Say Ban Texting While Driving

Ultraclean Combustion Technology Developed for Electricity Generation

Dvorak: Bubble 2.0 Burst Coming Soon

Royal Academy of Engineering honours Intense’s John Marsh

Judge Overturns $1.5Bn Ruling Against Microsoft

Single-Chip Radios Pose Perplexities for SOC Architects

U.S. Navy Barred from Sonar Use off California Coast - well, that should aid anyone wanting to infiltrate the costal area

Hamas Denies Tapping Mobiles Using Iranian Technology

Scientists Make Very Small Objects Levitate

Israeli Researchers Tout Time Machine Model

So Long iPhone, Here Comes the Goophone

Caffeine May Protect Memory in Women

Countdown Underway for Wednesday's Shuttle Flight


Job Hunters Hire Experts to Clean up Online Image

Kameraflage™ Seen by Digital & Cellphone Cameras Only

New Wi-Fi Network Proves Critical in Minneapolis Bridge Disaster

Countdown is on for Wednesday Shuttle Launch

Lawmakers Approve Broad Energy Bill Establishing New Renewable Energy Requirements

Phoenix Spacecraft Heads for Polar Region of Mars

Samsung Restarts Plants, Lowers Cost of Incident's Impact

Chinese National Pleads Guilty to Economic Espionage

Indian Police Seize Fake Nokia Handsets

"Fake Steve Jobs" Blogger Exposed as Forbes Editor

Nissan Shows Auto Safety Technology

Spaceport America Design Team Selected

Cassette Tapes Linger Long After Expected Demise


System and IC Teardowns Critical to 'Business Intelligence'

SIA: Semi Industry Sales up 2% in 1H 2007

Semiconductor Sales Fall on Lower Prices

Sarbanes-Oxley Drives Away IPOs

$1B Slated to Bring Broadband to the Outback - Walkabouts w/Connectivity

ARRL Files Federal Court of Appeals Reply Brief over BPL

Bush Veto Would Harm U.S. Stance on IP, Warns Broadcom

U.S. Spy Satellite Declared Total Loss

Samsung Halts Chip Production after Power Failure

Cell Phones to Be 'Googled'

Fuel Cell Technology to Help Clean up Shipping

Russia Places Flag on Seabed at North Pole

Coffee Drinking Related to Reduced Risk of Liver Cancer - it just keeps getting better!

Next Departure for Mars Stands Ready to Fly


Samsung Becomes the World's Second Largest Mobile Phone Vendor

SDR May Play Key Role in Emerging Broadband Wireless Access Market

Criminals Sold Mobile Phones Made from Bars of Soap

American Airline to Test In-Flight Broadband Next Year

Controlling Ultrafast Light Pulses: Big Step Toward Advanced Sensors, Communications

Muni Wi-Fi: Its limitations

Consumer Electronics Revenue Growth Slows; Lower Prices Blamed

Local Players Missing in Growing Indian Electronics Market

$5 Billion Lockheed Contract Buys 60 F-22s

Automated Technique Paves Way for Nanotechnology's Industrial Revolution

Organic Solar Cells Gain Ground

Russia Claims North Pole with Arctic Flag Stunt

OPEC Gets $649 Billion Windfall in 2006 on Oil Boom - how much went to fund terrorism?

Children Being Used as 'Guinea Pigs' in Mass Wi-Fi Experiment, Warn Teachers


FCC Releases White Space Interference Report

Study Imparts Market Value of Software-Defined Radio

USAF, Northrop Set New $4.2B Weather Satellite Contract

Circuit-Sized Quantum Effect Observed

FCC Sets Airwaves Sale Rule

Electronic Equipment Market Growth Set to Slow

GSA Awards $50B Government Tech Contract

IBM Lays off 450 Workers from U.S. Manufacturing Plants

Is the iPod the New Public Nuisance?

Robotic Einstein Wows Spanish Technology Fair

ACCO Raises $10M in First-Round Funding for RF CMOS PAs

Apple Releases Security Patches Including First iPhone Update

Russia Claims North Pole with Arctic Flag Stunt

OPEC Gets $649 Billion Windfall in 2006 on Oil Boom - how much went to fund terrorism?

International Consortium to Build Largest Submillimeter Radio Telescope

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