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Alert: Bogus "arrl.net User Support Team" E-mails

Far Infrared Light Can Be Used For Anti-terror Devices, Faster Wireless

Lightning Strike Kills Illinois Student at High School Track Meet

Nanotubes Could Improve Thermal Management in Electronics

China to Pursue Space Instead of Socialism


Philips to Sell AAA Battery Powered Cell Phones

Solar Cell Push Benefiting Thin Film Equipment Suppliers

Single-Chip ZigBee Platform Enables 20-Year Battery Life

Study Says Nanotubes Keep Cell Phones Cool

MEMS Device Controls Human Cells

Radio Telescope Produces First Light

Discera Raises $17.5M, Expands Distribution for MEMS Oscillators

Smart Sunglasses

China Eyes Military Uses of Cyberspace

I.T. Spending to Reach $102B by 2012

How Long to Run from One End of TV to the Other? 12 Seconds!


U.S. Has Lost Its High Tech Edge, New Report Finds

Chilean Airliner Narrowly Misses Flaming Pieces of Falling Satellite

Chirp Spread Spectrum is Basis for New Standard

First Terahertz Bandpass Filter Targets Unused Spectrum

Femtocells Pose Threat to Voice-Over-Wi-Fi, Cellular BTS Deployment

Shaped-Foil Inductor Could Reduce Size, Cost for Energy Applications

EU: Telecommunications Competition Must Increase

Study Finds Radio Spectrum Auctions Prone to Anti-Competitive Behavior

U.S. Missile Defense Chief Argues for Missile Shield in Space

Japan, Germany Team on Nanoelectronics

Au, Cu Nanoparticles Take Center Stage in Search for Hydrogen Production Catalysts

USA SMS Traffic Almost Doubled in 2006

Scientists Unlock Physical, Chemical Secrets of Plutonium


Outsourcing of R&D Set to Increase - Despite Concerns About Control

FCC Testing Web-Over-Airwaves Device

Electricity-Conducting Plastic Could Lead to Hardier Gadgets

RFID World 2007: Is RFID Ready?

Under Fire, Motorola Fights Back with Wave of Products

Alcatel-Lucent Claims Fiber Transmission Milestone

ITT Fined $100 Million for Illegal Tech Exports

20% of Mobile Content Downloads Fail

Boeing Prepares Fuel Cell Demonstrator Airplane for Ground and Flight Testing

Microsoft Billionaire to Be Next Space Tourist

NASA Seeks New Research Proposals

Japanese Man Sentenced to Death for 3 'Suicide Web Site' Murders

Coming Soon: The Most Realistic Virtual Reality Room in the World


2007 Military Technologies Conference Underway in Boston

UWB Radios Check in for Wireless

Scientist Claims Nanotech Threat is Exaggerated

GEIA Lead-Free Solder Guidelines Due by Early 2008

Wal-Mart Rethinks RFID

Life with RoHS: How is the Directive Doing in Europe Today?

Tyco Electronics Expanded its RFID Solutions with Integrated RFID Antenna / Reader Stands in Turnkey Systems

Strong Demand for WiFi/Mobile Convergence

Glitch Knocks Out Japanese Spy Satellite

IBM Develops Super-Fast Chip to Send Data

Nintendo's Wii Becoming Big Hit in Nursing Homes Nationwide

Phone-Based Therapy Eases Depression Long Term


Mobile Phones Unlikely to Cause Cancer

SMIC to Provide RF Test Service

Intel Confirms $2.5 Billion Fab in China

FCC Takes Another Stab at Net Neutrality

Vonage Says Market Overreacting to Court Ruling

UWB Radios Check in for Wireless

BAE Systems to Provide Air Force, Marines with Radar Warning Receivers

Nanotubes Used as Semiconductor Material

Higher Magnetic Fields Yield Benefits

Europe-Wide Weather Alarm System Launched

Flexible Battery Power

Japanese Solar Satellite Reveals Huge Energy Blasts

Survey: Nearly 1/3 of Americans Don't Want Internet Access


ARRL Offers Alternate Approach to "Regulation by Bandwidth"

Strategy Analytics: RF Component Profits Strong in Fourth Quarter 2006

Report: Offshoring's Cost Advantage Slips

DoD Awards $6 Million for Research on Quantum Electronic Systems

Hole Found in Protocol Handling Vital National Infrastructure


'Underwater Radio' Gets Funds Boost

FCC to Look at Future of Broadband Internet Access

Russia Replaces Frequency Management Agency

Terahertz Laser Has X-Ray Vision

AT&T CEO 2006 Compensation Valued at $60.7M

FCC Classifies Wireless Broadband as "Information Service," not "Telecommunication Service"

U.S. May Back Down on Tech Export Policy

Study Shows Radio Listeners Shifting to Wireless Internet for Music

Scientists Consider Using Giant Microwave To Defrost World's Largest Squid Ever Caught

Nanotechnology Being Used In Next-generation LED Lights

Harvard Dropout Bill Gates Finally Gets a (honorary) Diploma

Auto Companies: Hydrogen-Powered Cars Won't Be Easy to Make


Doubling of NIST Budget Sought to Boost Standards Work

Top 10 Emerging Mobile Markets Ranked

Motorola Replaces CFO, Slashes Outlook

EU Commissioner Slammed for Stance on Mobile TV

Circuit-Chip Designers Hope New Technologies Will Extend Moore's Law

Slow But Steady Growth Projected for U.S. Tech Sector

Any Google Wireless Handset Might Be of the Wi-Fi Variety

France Opens Secret UFO Files Covering 50 Years

RFID Is meeting Aerospace and Defense Supply-Chain and Asset-Management Requirements

Court Backs FCC in VoIP Case

Math Team Solves 120-Year-Old, 248-Dimensional Puzzle

Falcon 1 Video Suggests Stage Collision


Fortran Creator John Backus Dies

2006 Semiconductor Equipment Sales at Highest Level Since 2000

Keynoters Sketch Out Future of Handsets

Belgians to Start Paying with Cell Phones

Laptops to Replace Desktops as Dominant Form pf PC By 2011

Innovative Fuel Cell Project Aimed at Meeting Large Power Needs

Verizon CEO Pay Valued at $20.2M in 2006

U.S.-Russian Space Tensions Increase

New Optimization Technique Reduces SDR Memory Requirements 50%

ICANN Pulls the Plug on RegisterFly

Hydrogen Cars Face Technological Hurdles

Study Details Catastrophic Impact of Nuclear Attack on U.S. Cities


Elderly Phone Focuses on Sight, Sound, Emergency

UK Firms Wasting US$2 Billion on Telecoms Costs

Crazy-Sounding Ideas May Help Combat Global Warming

Gartner Analyst Says Intel Fab is Chinese Wishful Thinking

Thailand Plan to RFID-Tag Every Animal in the Country

Next Generation of LEDs Developed

Computer Tech Accidentally Erases Info on Alaska's $38 Billion Oil Fund

Biofuels Center Grows in the West

Philippines Building World's First "WiFi Highway

U.S. Digital TV Converters to Sell for About $60

New Reason to Hit the Gym: Fighting Memory Loss

'Work Less!' Global Companies Tell Top Manager


Warrants Needed to Search Mobile Phones

Unwanted Wireless Signals Bounce Off This Paint

Defense, Space Sectors See Significant Upturn in Demand in the U.S.

Amateur Radio Shut Down in Iraq

Standards Bodies Agree on Common Patent Policy

Lufthansa Flying Airbus A380 to U.S.

Wireless in the Sky: Hearst Builds Tower of the Future

GPS Sneakers Soon to Hit Retail Stores

New Magnetic Switching Method Could Dramatically Speed Up Data Storage

China Bans Firm from Selling Land on the Moon

National Geographic Publishes Guide to Using a Camera Phone

Most Computer Attacks Originate in U.S.


GPS-Guided Artillery Shells Head to the Middle East for Deployment

Partial Solar Eclipse Lined Up for Asia, March 18-19

Chip Foundries Fret Over the Downturn

Plans for Mobile Phone Coverage on London Underground Put Back


Phone Companies Eye Largest U.S. Government Telecom Contract Ever

CeBIT 2007: Europe Opts Out of RFID Regulation

Galileo (GPS equiv.) Development Stalled Over Profitability Questions

SEMI: February Book-to-Bill Remained Steady

Italy Bans Mobile Phones in Classrooms

Google Working on Cellphone (translated from Spanish)

Nanoident Opens Manufacturing Facility for Organic Semiconductors

Huge Reservoir of Frozen Water (aka Ice) Found on Mars

'Manly Men' Bounce Back Better From Injury

Woman Says, "Yahoo Betrayed My Husband", Now in Jail

NIST Likely to Lift Windows Vista Ban if Microsoft's New OS Passes Muster

'March Madness' Gambling Can Be First Step to Addiction

FY08 NASA Budget Request Insufficient for Space Exploration Program


USPTO Issues 1st Patent Under New Accelerated Examination Program

OK Teen Bags $100,000 Intel Science Prize

IEEE Moves to Promote Broadband-Over-Power-Line by Developing Standard

Polysilicon Shortage Will Drive Competition Between IC, Solar Cell Makers

BenQ Offices Raided by Police

European Providers of High-Rel Electronic Components, Services Form Alter Technology Group

U.S. Automakers Ask Congress for Help in Dealing With Global Warming

Micronetics Receives $1.45M Order for Military Power Amplifiers

IC Insights' top 25 IC firms: 'Haves versus have-nots'

Website Uses Math to Pick NCAA Winners

Company to Start Selling Portable Internet-Radio Player

New Form of Matter-Antimatter Transformation Observed for 1st Time

Disk-Based Photocopiers Seen as Next Identity-Theft Weak Point


MIT to Put Its Entire Curriculum Online Free of Charge

Government to Give Out [Your] Money for Digital-Television Conversion

Spectrum-Based WiFi Network Attack Threats on the Rise

EU Hopes to Rally Telecom Ministers to Cut Roaming Fees by Summer

2nd Draft of 802.11n Standard Approved

Georgia Tech Research Institute Researchers Patent Radar Warning System Device

Qualcomm Raises Quarterly Outlook, Shares Jump

Compact Wind Tunnel Enables Thermal, Airflow Testing on PCBs, Components

Research Could Lead to More Efficient In-Car GPS

New Walkman Phone from SonyEricsson

Daylight-Saving Bug Ends Up Being No Big Deal

Apple Patches 45 Bugs In Massive Security Update (hmmmm........)


People Do Strange Things to Improve Indoor Cellphone Coverage

Clock Ticking for Analog Televisions

Keep a Bluetooth Eye on Your Kids

China Cellular Chip Market Hits Record High

2007 Semi Outlook Dims, Forecaster Says

Philips Sells 887M TSMC Shares in $1.7B Deal

Motorola Invests in Wireless HDTV Developer

Intel Gets Approval to Build $2.5 Billion China Fab

Internet TLD Name System in Growing Danger

Physicists: Sorry, You Can't Travel Back in Time

U.S. Media in Crisis - but Hope for Wireless

Scientists Observe 'Magnetic Reconnection'


Motorola to Close Ireland R&D Center, Cut Jobs

New Lithium-Ion Battery Technology Developed at Swiss Technology Institute

Low-End Cellphone Cost Dips to $25

Cable, Telcos Compete Over Wireless

Oil That Fries Your Burger Can Run Your Car

8GB Memory for Mobile Phones

Ultra-Slim Bluetooth-Enabled "e-Paper" Device Prototype

A Step Toward Fusion Energy

Nokia Sees India as 2nd Biggest Market by 2010

Game Over for China's Net Addicts

Physicists Control Supersonic Helium Beam

Italy Tests Prototype of Unmanned Space Shuttle Castore


ARRL Position on the American Red Cross Background Check Policy

Study: Cellphones OK in Hospitals

Funding Woes Halt Plans to Search Out Potential "Killer" Asteroids

New Insights into Origin of Earth's Magnetic Field


Technicians Scramble to Update Computers for Daylight Saving Time

World's First WiMAX Roaming Agreement

Telecoms Investor - World's 3rd Richest Man

Gates, Buffett Top Billionaires Ranking (out of 946)

3M Claims Patent Infringement on Li-Ion Batteries

Net Worth of U.S. Households Skyrockets

Satellite Repair Robot Launched from Cape Canaveral

Samsung Launches World's First Hybrid Hard Drive

"Publish or Perish" Attitudes Make Profs Balk at Online Publication

Invisible for Electrons: Scientists Fabricate Ultra-Thin Membranes

Hole in Pajamas Reveals Internet Plagiarism


Star Trek's 'Tricorder' Realized

University Team Claims Single Electron Transistor Breakthrough

China May Mandate Use of National RFID Standard

Advanced Technology Program Plans to Award New Grants

NEC at Risk for Losing NASDAQ Listing

Nokia Investigating Nanotechnology

February 2007 U.S.'s Coldest in 113 Years

Microsoft Shows MEMS Display, Gesture Keyboard

Solar Technology Gets White House Boost

Rocket Plane Roulette - A Lawyer's Fantasy


Bluetooth 2.1+EDR on the Way

Global Market for Mobile Computing Worth $88.9 Billion by 2011

Startup Makes 2.4 GHz ISM Band Antenna the Size of a Rice Grain

Return of the Commodore: Early Tech Company to Restart Production (I had a Commodore 64!)

Study Tallies Up Total Global Digital Data, Finds Looming Storage Shortage

Asian Pollution Possibly Contributing to Global Warming (Huh? Possibly?)

Chinese Spacemen to Reach Moon in 15 Years

FAA May Ditch Microsoft's Windows Vista and Office for Google and Linux Combo

Warning: Don't Spam This Scotsman


French Startup Tackles Full-Chip Signal Integrity

3G Explosion Sees Australia Through 100% Mark

Raytheon Files Patent Suit Over Infrared Detectors

SMSs in Canada Top 4 Billion in 2006

Vision System Highlights New BMW Electronics

Nuclear Scientist Develops Super-Powered Dust Rag for Clean Rooms

DOE Plans New Nuclear Bomb

Russia Set to Launch Satellites from Submarine

32% of All Wireless Connectivity ICs Will Be Integrated in 2011

Panasonic Rolls Wi-Fi Skype Phone

Firefly Energy to develop Carbon-Graphite Foam Battery for DoD

Worried China Bans New Internet Cafes for a Year

New Nanoscale Engineering Breakthrough for Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles


Scientists Construct Complementary Circuits from Organic Materials

Abolishing the SIM Card for GSM M2M Platforms

World's First Ideal Anti-Reflection Optical Coating

Vikings May Have Used Polarized Crystals to Navigate

PrePay Cell Phones Used to Assist Insider Trading Fraud

Carmakers Adding High-Tech Perks

Italian Parents Beat Up Principal Over Cellphone Ban

ARRL: Application Avalanche Under Way as New Codeless Testing Regime Ramps Up


Italian Parents Beat Up Principal Over Cellphone Ban


ARRL: Application Avalanche Under Way as New Codeless Testing Regime Ramps Up

MEMS Switch Tops 26 GHz

New Graphene Transistor Promises Life After Death of Silicon Chip

ARRL Seeks to Force FCC to Produce Documents on BPL Complaint Dismissals


Researchers Bend Nanowires to Create New Class of Electronic Components

European Retailer Embeds RFID Chips in Shoes

Verizon Wireless Kicks off Mobile Phone TV

Wireless USB Chip Debuts

Satellite Radio Giants Sued over Buffer Patent

NASA Releases Dazzling New Photographs of Saturn

Germany May Send Moon Shuttle by 2013

Teen Who Posted `Catch Me' on Web Caught

Sleep Deprivation Affects Moral Judgment


RFID-Tagged Luggage System May be Implemented Globally

Scientists Develop Thinnest Material Ever - Only One Atom Thick

Tech Companies Hit Hard by Stock Market Drops

Hawking to Make Zero Gravity Flight

A $10 Wok Replaces a $20,000 Satellite Dish

The UK Establishes New Class of Radio License: "Self-Coordinated Links"

Hydrogen Power demonstrates 20-W With Miniature Fuel Cell

Business Water Cooler Stories Can Get You Fired

UN, Silicon Valley Leaders Focus on Technology in Developing Countries

March 3rd Lunar Eclipse Favors East Coast and Europe

Free Cellphone Service Funded by Ads

Physicists Another Step Closer in the March Toward Better Superconductors

Lenovo (ThinkPad) Recalls 100,000 Laptop Batteries

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