Technical Headline News Archive - October 2007

Technology Headline News Archives - RF Cafe

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Internet Founding Father Warns Net Addresses Will Run out by 2010

Alcatel-Lucent to Cut 4,000 More Jobs; CFO Exits

TV, Pop Quizzes and Group Work May Hinder Educational Achievement in Science

Is U.S. Stuck in Internet's Slow Lane?

Digital Cameras Get Wireless Modem in SD Card

Motorola Prototype Validates Metal-Oxide for WPAN Device

Next-Gen Wireless Technologies Drive Development of High-End Chipsets

QPC Wins $750,000 Contract for Fiber-Laser Pump Engines in Directed Energy Weapons

Industry Organizations Gather to Advance Lithium Mobile Power

France Aims to Boost Defense Exports

The 700-MHz Auction Challenge

Astronauts Find Large Rip in Space-Station Solar Panel

Holier Than Thou? Employees Who Believe They are 'Ethical' or 'Moral' Might Not Be

Google Shares Hit $700 Amid Cell Phone Talk

Experts Warn of Vampires -- Electronic Ones, That Is


U.S. Senate Votes to Hike Fees for Foreign Workers (but lets unskilled Illegals run across the Mexico border)

Software Defined Radio Forum Members to Vote on Four Documents

Broadcasters Form European HD Radio Alliance

'Shrink-Wrap' Formation of Carbon-60 Observed

USPTO Names California Library to Support Intellectual Property Needs of Inventors and Entrepreneurs

UK Knocked Out of Subscriber Base "Top 10" Ranking

New Mobile Phone Allows Internet Users to Call for Free

British Army Tests 'Invisible' Tank

Skyworks Sees 200% Unit Growth in 3G

IBM Turning Silicon Waste into Solar Panels

FCC Sets Panelists for D.C. Localism Hearing

Microsemi Wins $1.6M AFRL Contract to Develop SiC RF Power Technology

One Billion New Mobile Customers to Be Added Worldwide in the Next 3 Years

U.S. Releases Intelligence Spending Total

Laser Surgery Can Cut Flesh with Micro-explosions or with Burning

Astronauts Enter ISS Harmony Module for First Time


They're Not Rock Stars, but EEs Earn Satisfaction

Accused Speeder to Cops: My GPS Proves Your Radar Gun is Wrong

FCC to Halt Cable-Only Apartment Deals

SIA: Semi Sales Enjoy Strong Boost in September

Nanowire Device Fabrication Moves into High Gear

Mobile Phone was Not Cause of Glitch on All Nippon Airlines 747

Hittite’s Q3 Revenue Approaches $40M, Steady Growth Continues

Skype, Hutchison Whampoa's 3 Launch Mobile Skypephone

Motorola to Sell $1B Debt in Three Parts

Silicon Can Work for New-Age Spintronics Applications

Flexible Integrated Energy Device (FIED) - Wearable Rechargers

ISS Astronauts to Move Solar Array Truss

Robots to Boost Japan's Productivity by 50% in Next Five Years

NASA to Search Files for 1965 UFO Incident

New Zealand Mechanic Builds 'Hoverwing'

Rocketplane Unveils New Suborbital Vehicle Design


Solar Power Satellites Urged by Pentagon

LeCroy Introduces New 13 GHz O-Scope

Ka-ching! Gates' $2,711,472,948 Payday

Senators Want Probe on Comcast Content Blocking


ARRL Faces FCC in Federal Court over BPL Issues

17% of N. American Organizations Adopt 3G Data by 2011

Japanese Women Use Cell Phones to Ward Off Subway Gropers

Travelers Leave Cell Phones Behind

For the 1st Time, Women Rule in Space

The Smithsonian Acquires Wireless Picturephone Prototypes

Skyworks in Volume Production with All Leading Handset Manufacturers for EDGE and WCDMA Front-end Module Solutions

AXT’s 6” GaAs Sales Dip Due to BiFET Transition

Senate Passes Internet Tax Moratorium Extension

Home Computers Help Researchers Better Understand Universe

EU's Galileo SatNav Scheme Needs Millions More Next Year

One Step Closer to Market Economy: China Adopts New Antitrust Law

U.S. Stops Robot Work After Trade-Secrets Suit

Intel Cuts Ribbon on $3B 45 nm Fab 32 in Arizona

Beijing's Bad Air Quality Could Disrupt Olympic Games

Far-Out Ideas Could Provide Solutions to World's Energy Crisis


Patent Reform Foes Hit Senate

Ultrawideband Under the Gun

BlackBerry Enters China's Mobile Phone Market

Merger Fever Heating Back Up

Touch and Go - NFC Technology Set to 'Change the World'

Cell Phone Market Volumes Seen Up

Wireless Brain Monitor Powered by Body Heat

Skyworks Converting GaAs HBT Fab to 6", Partnering with Taiwanese Foundries

Motorola Returns to Quarterly Profit

Physicist Create Most Intense Operating Positron Beam Ever

Atom Smasher Unleashes New Isotopes

RFMD's 21% Sequential Growth Driven by Polaris 3 Shipments to Nokia and Motorola Recovery

NASA, Air Force Drones to Fly Over California Fire Zone

China Beats Germany to Take World Trade Crown

USAF Funds Ascent Solar Technologies' High-Efficiency Solar Cell Program

Microsoft Wins Facebook Ad Deal, Pays $240M for 1.6% Stake


'Picture-Passwords' for People Who Struggle to Remember Their PIN Numbers

Fabless Semi Assn.: Industry Saw $129B in 1st Half Sales

Thinner, Not Bigger, New Buzzword in Electronic Gizmos

U.S. Wireless Data Usage Surges 63%

Qualcomm Shuts Down Headquarters Amid California Fires

Optical Antenna Helps QC Laser Hit the Spot

Nokia WiFi Handsets Can Bypass Cellular Networks Worldwide

Cellular Handsets and VoFi Drive a Revolution in Wi-Fi Hot Spot

iPhone Mystery: 1.4 Million Sold, 250,000 Never Activated

Malaysia to Build Own Communications Satellite

Cisco Buys WiMAX Startup Navini for $330M

Intel Pays Transmeta $250M to Settle Patent Dust-Up

'Nanospikes' Add to Solar, Biomedical, Microelectronics Applications

Scientists Generate Powerful Antimatter Ray

Scanning Students' Fingers Hits a Nerve

U.S. Supplemental Request Contains Billions for Weapons Development


STS-120 Launch Today @ 11:38 am EDT - Watch

Nanowire Generates Its Own Electricity

Japanese Market Now Dominated by 3G

Chemical Industry Group Rebuts Greenpeace Report on iPhone

Is Fab Lite on Analog's Diet?

FCC Chairman Seeks to Ease Media Ownership Rules

Nokia and Motorola Working on WiMAX Handsets for 2008

World Radiocommunication Conference Opens in Geneva

Printed Silicon to Challenge Organic Materials

IBM, MediaTek Team for Ultra-Fast Wireless Chips

China to Test Space Weapon During Moon Satellite Launch

BAE Systems Rad-Hardened Computers Aboard WorldView-1 Satellite

World Series Ticket Sales Halted as Computer Crashes

Wikipedia Page the Latest Status Symbol (RF Cafe not there yet!)

More Educated People Who Develop Dementia Lose Their Memory Faster

Carbon Dioxide Levels Rising Much Faster Than Expected (Kyoto-exempt China & India a big factor)

U.S. Online Shoppers to Spend Over $39 Billion this Christmas


Engineers Jailed for Trying to Steal Wireless Technology from Employer

Online Classes See Rise in Numbers Signifying New Trend in Higher Education

Taiwan to Develop 'Blackout Bomb'

U.S. State Department Announces Visa Lottery

RFID for Animals, Food and Farming - the Largest Market of All

United States Patent Rule Changes Effective - November 1, 2007

A Bone Conduction Cell Phone

Iridium Chooses Tesacom to Expand Extensive Growth of Global Satellite Communications

NASA Assigns Crew for Final Solar Array Delivery to ISS

Five Years of Space Exploration with ESA's Integral

Four Chip Makers in China Added to U.S. Export List

Global Spies Focusing on U.S. Computer Networks

Microsoft Finally Bows to EU Antitrust Measures

The Joy of Text - Brits Spend US$6 Billion Flirting by SMS

Reid's Letter to Limbaugh Sets eBay Record

A Backpack that Charges Your iPod?


Help at Hand for People Frightened by New Technology

Return Stolen Laptop, Get a Lifetime of Free Beer

Axiom Shipping More Than 1 Million CMOS PAs Monthly

ARRL On-Line Auction Preview Up and Running; Bidding Starts Wednesday

North American Chip Equipment Orders Fall in September

Chinese Growth 'To Overtake U.S.'

Nano-Sized Detector Turns Radio Waves into Music

Islamic Militants Attack Mobile Phone Retailers


China: New Rules to Boost Electricity from Renewable Energy

Congress: Power Grid Defense is Weak

Energy Lost from Hot Engines Could Save Billions If Converted into Electricity

Will Mobile Video Play in the U.S. Market?

Remains of Halley's Comet to Fall Sunday Morning - the Orionids

Why Males Die Before Females

First Stop Moon - Next Stop, Mars


Use of Mobile Phones on Planes Across European Airspace Possible by 2008

Best Buy Ends Analog TV Sales Web Address Now in the Hands of the ARRL

Sony-Ericsson Tops User Satisfaction Survey

Bluetooth-Enabled Equipment Shipments to Hit 800 Million This Year

BBC to Cut 1,800 Jobs As It Confronts Digital Age

HD Radio Delay Settings Get Low Marks in Southern California

Defense Spending to Decrease Over Next Decade; Procurement and RDT&E to Be Hit Hard

USAF Launches Improved GPS II Satellite

Supercomputer, Eh? Canadian Universities to Examine CERN Data

Texas Residents Drop Contamination Suit Against TI

Ann Arbor, MI, Putting LEDs in All Streetlights

China Blocks Google's YouTube

Britain Recruiting Spies Through Video Games

National Guard Demonstrates Handheld Radio Interface to Be Used in Crises


Thief Demands $185,000 to Return Stolen Mobile Phone (dumb crook)

U.S. Commerce Official to Lead Patent Exchange

Data Services to Grab 34% of N. American Mobile Business Spending by 2012

Thai Hams Now Authorized to Operate on More Bands

Automation Groups Drive Wireless Interface

U.S., British Militaries May Deploy Flying Saucers

Raytheon Sensor Netting Technology Contract

U.S. Senator Calls for 'Substantially' Bigger Navy

W-CDMA Claims 9% of Q2 New Subscribers in Middle-East/Africa

Most Powerful Supernova Ever Discovered: 1010x Brighter Than Sun

JPL Teaches How to Get Space Contracts

Brazil Police Arrest Cisco Executives on Tax Fraud

Shuttle Cleared for October 23 Launch Despite Concerns


Police Mistake Cellphone for Gun and Shoot Teenager

Report: Verizon Turned Data Over to Feds Without Court Orders

Novel Semiconductor Structure Bends Light 'Wrong' Way -- Exciting Application Potential

Motorola Buys 50% Stake in Phone User Interface Group

Ericsson Shares Dive Nearly 30% on Profit Warning

New Quantum Dot Transistor Counts Individual Photons

Investors Fears of Falling U.S. Dollar Bigger Concern Than Terrorism

USPTO: Revision of Patent Cooperation Treaty Procedures

Testing Einstein: Is Dark Energy Constant?

Adaptive Technology Developed for Visually Impaired Engineers

Unnecessary Mobile Costs Hit British Businesses

NASA Extends Operations for Its Long-Lived Mars Rovers

U.S. Air Force Acquisitions Official Apparently Kills Self

Crazy Concept Cars Unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show


Dangerous Chemicals Found in Apple's iPhone

ZigBee PRO Standard Gets the All Clear

Tektronix Stock Soars on Danaher's $2.8B Acquisition

Broadcom Claims "One Year Lead" Over Competitors with New 3G Chipset

Large-Scale WMD Drill Launched off Japan

GaAs pHEMT Switch Market Tempered by Captive Producers and CMOS

WiMAX License Bidding Draws a Crowd in Japan

Nanotube Probe Invented

Not Just Science Fiction: 'Electromagnetic Wormhole' Possible, Say Mathematicians

FTC Puts Kibosh on Cell-Phone Telemarketing E-Mail Hoax

TriQuint Touts Green Credentials with Basestation PA

Power from Space? Pentagon Likes the Idea

'Demand Shaping' Aligns Customer Trends with Supply

Google Nets More Than Half of the World's Web Searches

AOL to Cut 2,000 Jobs as Part of Transition to Online Ad Company

Russian-American Partnership in Space


Search for ET Intelligence: Allen Telescope Array Begins Scientific Observations

Climate Change Research Recognized in 2007 Nobel Peace Prize (Pure politics! What has climate change got to do with a PEACE prize?)


United States: U.S. Patent Office Rule Changes Significantly Alter the Patent Landscape

Nokia Siemens Hands off Radio Access R&D Biz to Wipro

Indian Outsourcing Companies Turn in Hefty Profits

Korean Team Develops Faster 4G Wireless Technology

WIN Closing Gap to TriQuint in GaAs Foundry Market

Wireless Funding Soars in September

Smokers May Find Redemption on Cell Phones

Motorola Lands Large WiMAX Contracts in Taiwan

iPhone Lawsuit Asks for $1B for 'Bricked' Handsets

Software Created to Aid Scientific Inquiry

Thin-Film Chip Technology Pioneers Nominated for German Future Prize

Hillary Clinton Calls for National Broadband Access System

France to Strengthen Video Surveillance System (Grand Frère ala France)

Microsoft Fixes Excel 2007 Calculation Bug

Chuck Yeager - A Super Sonic Sixty Years


Blazingly Fast Internet2 Just Got 10x Faster

FCC Chief Rebuffs Wireless Auction Rule Changes

Pentagon Launches New Breed of Satellite

Sony Ericsson 3Q Profit Drops 10%, Margins Strong

FCC Clarifies Dual Antenna Hybrid Operation Notification Procedures

Radio Revenues Dip 1% in August

FCC Faces Internet Decision on AT&T, Qwest

Arrow Aims at Japan

Phantom Vibrations: Is That A New BlackBerry Message, Or Is It All in Your Head?

Taming Tiny, Unruly Waves for Nano Optics

Free WiFi Comes to UK Buses

Interest in Space Wanes Despite America's Space Dependency

Increase in Ethanol Production from Corn Could Significantly Harm Water Quality

Bush to Veto Surveillance Bill if No Retroactive Immunity to Telecoms That Conducted e-Surveillance w/o Court Orders

U.S. Military Hits Recruit Goals; 2008 Looks Tougher (nobody will want to serve under Pres. Hillary)

Google Most Used Search Engine Globally


GM OnStar Will Soon Let Police Stop Your Car (OnStar - very Orwellian... time for Winston to sell his Chevy)

Spy Flies All the Buzz at Washington, N.Y. Political Events

Raytheon Brings Heat-Ray Weapon to Market

Wireless Expert Demands Technology-Neutral Spectrum Allocation

U.K. McDonald's Adds Free WiFi to the Menu

Maxim Takes Legal Action to Protect Amplifier Technology

3 out of 4 U.S. Consumers Have High Hopes for a Digital Holiday

Over Half of Mobile Users Believe Losing a Cellphone Would Cause Their Social Life to Suffer

Corporate America Racked by Uncertainty

Army Seeks to Leverage Laser Drill Technology forStand-Off Weapon

Censor's Grip Tightening on Internet in China

Google and IBM Float Idea for 'Cloud Computing'

Soyuz Rocket Carries Three to ISS

Next-Generation Telescopes Excite Astronomers

Quantum Computing Possibilities Enhanced with New Material


Hard Disk Pioneers Win Physics Nobel Prize

Mobile Phone Cancer Risk 'Higher for Children'

Shakeout Seen Coming in Japan's IC Industry

NTT DoCoMo, Mitsubishi Electric Introduce "Wellness" Mobile Phone

Sarbanes-Oxley Flexibility: Too Little Too Late

Dice Introduces Desktop HD Radio

Free WiFi for UK Troops in the Field

Wal-Mart, Sam's Club Pushes RFID Further Along

Zigbee vs Z-Wave Battle Continues (thanks to OpenSpectrum)

New Prosthetic Devices Will Convert Brain Signals into Action

Toshiba Presents GaN Power FET with Record Ku-Band Output Power

UK: Companies Act 2006 – Updated Overview and Implementation Timetable

TriQuint Celebrates 100 Millionth Transmit Module 2.3 - Finally a Viable Replacement for MS Office?

Long-Lost, Dangerous Asteroid Found Again

Google Shares Cross $600 Threshold for First Time

Japanese Automaker Develops Cheaper, More Reliable Anti-Collision System


UK and US Synchronise Patent Prosecution Process

FCC to Conduct New White Spaces Testing

McDonald's Launches Free Wi-Fi in UK Restaurants

When Your Significant Other is a Computer

FCC Rejects 2155-2175 GHz Band Applications in Favor of a Rulemaking, Possibly License-Free

October 2007 ARRL West Coast Qualifying Run Schedule Change

Motorola Scores Taiwan's Largest WiMAX Network Contract

Pb Needed to Keep Electronics Reliable

Woman Says She'll Pay $222K Music Download Verdict Damages

Japan to Get Health-Monitoring Cell Phone

California Agency Ducks Web Outage After a Hack

Early Adoption of Mobile WiMax Gets Underway

Fuel Cell Firm Claims Delivery of 500 W per Liter from Methanol

Futuristic Car Makes Reversing Obsolete

A T-shirt That Finds Wi-Fi Signals

Tougher Tests Planned for U.S. Missile Defense Programs


Scientists Defy Gravity by Getting Droplets to Flow Uphill

Nanotechnology Surges into Health and Fitness Products

New Technology Quickly Finds Leaks in Spacecraft


iPod Catches Man's Pants on Fire in Airport

USPTO Will Begin Study of Patent Examiners' Production Goals

Mexico City Deploys First City-Wide WiFi Network

Plane Evacuated After Unattended Cellphone Found

New Plastic is Strong as Steel, Transparent

Firms Position for WiMAX

Ascent Solar Gains Funds from Air Force

Siemens Pays €210 Million Fine for Communications Unit

Ig Nobels Honor 'Weird Science'

TriQuint Ships 5 Millionth Quantum Module in 6 Months for Vodafone’s ULC Phones

Siemens to Divide into Three Units

Japanese Lunar Mission Successfully Reaches Orbit

ESA Pays Tribute to 50 Years of Space

2007 Ozone Hole 'Smaller Than Usual'

Kim Jong Il Claims He's An Internet Expert


Sputnik: The Little Shiny Ball That Changed Everything

Son of First Ham to Operate in Space to Follow in Father's Footsteps

Half of the Worlds Mobile Phones are Now "Made in China"

First Class of Airmen Train for Wideband Global SATCOM

DARPA Hatches Plan for Insect Cyborgs to Fly Reconnaissance

IBM Promotes Open Standards in RFID Sphere

James Michener, K9JM, Wins September QST Cover Plaque Award

Are Women Being Scared Away from Math, Science, and Engineering Fields?

Invisibility Cloak Works in Visible Spectrum

UC Berkeley Posting Lectures on YouTube (duuude)

Motorola Job Cuts Cost Company More Than $300M So Far

Qualcomm Under Investigation by EU - Again (seems their fav pastime is investigating U.S. companies)

Magnetic Properties of Extremely Thin Films Explored

Smart Meters to Cut Energy Costs

eBay Urges Congress Approve Internet Tax Ban


UWB Test: Call for Participation

Japan's IC Execs See 2008 Upturn

Dual-Mode Handsets Could Be a Distraction from the Real Convergence Opportunities

Cellphone Helps Japanese Stay Fit

ENGlobal Wins Defense Contract to Provide Engineering Services

Alien Unveils New RFID Tags, Strategy

Nanotube Forests Grown on Silicon Chips for Future Computers, Electronics

Lawmaker Urges FCC Clampdown on Access Charges

Education Levels Predict Dementia (good news for career students)

FCC Profanity Rule Headed to Supreme Court

Asteroid Renamed for George Takei (Mr. Sulu, in Star Trek)

EADS Offers to Take Indians for a Space Ride - for a Price

Pentagon Says Test Reassures Allies, Enemies that U.S. Missile Defense is Progressing

Asteroid Flyby in 2029 Still a Concern Warns Russian Astronomer

Wal-Mart Sells 100 Millionth Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb


Startup Eyes Battery-Free Wireless Sensor Nets

EU Mulls Internet Clampdown to Combat 'Terrorism'

Sputnik Special Event Station Scheduled

NTT DoCoMo Aims to Make Phone Swiping Obsolete

IBM Fabs Graphene FETs

FCC 700-MHz Auction Could Shift Wireless Landscape, Eventually

Iran Has More Mobile Phones Than Landlines

CSIRO Hinders 802.11n Wi-Fi System

Wireless USB 1.1 to Be Finalized in the First Half of 2008

Latin American CDMA Decline Continues As Vivo GSM Service Takes off

FCC Profanity Rule Headed to Supreme Court

Growth Opportunities Abound in SE Asian Electronics Mfg. Market, OEMs Increasingly Outsource

U.S. Senate Passes $648B Defense Authorization Bill

Do Migratory Birds 'See' Earth's Magnetic Field?

Japan Puts Earthquake-Alert System into Operation

Study: Boys and Men Worry Less


Revised Law Prohibits Plane Passengers from Playing Wireless Games

Nokia to Acquire GPS Map Firm Navteq for $8.1B

Worldwide Semiconductor Sales Up Sharply in August

Bluetooth Struggles to Find Its Way in Korea

London Paper Issues RFID Card to Increase Reader Loyalty

Freescale Launches Multi-Stage LDMOS RFICs for 2.7 and 3.5 GHz WiMAX Basestation PAs

EU Begins "Priority" Probe of Qualcomm

New Night Vision System Reduces Car Accidents

U.S. Corners 42% of World Arms Market

Engineered Eggshells to Help Make Hydrogen Fuel

DC Suburb Public Housing Tenants Make 6-Figure Incomes (your tax dollars at work)

US missile defense system scores intercept in test

Secrets of 1957 Sputnik Launch Revealed

Microsoft Office Goes Online