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Technical Headline News Archive - March 2010

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Why Internet Connections are Fastest in South Korea
ARRL, Red Cross Sign Memorandum of Understanding
A Tiny Defect That May Create Smaller, Faster Electronics
IBM Launches Global Entrepreneur Initiative to Help Start-Ups Capture New Business Opportunities
Ericsson Wins $1.3 Billion Indian Network Contract (right after winning a $1.8B China contract!)
Opposition Mounts to UK's Digital Economy Bill
Hertz Battle Hurts Broadcasters
New Path to Solar Energy Via Solid-State Photovoltaics
What If All Software Was Open Source? (people want free software for making products they sell)
UK Leads European Countries in Smartphone Adoption
As Colleges Make Courses Available Free Online, Others Cash In
Silicon Valley's Innovative Approach to Creating American Jobs
From a Classical Laser to a 'Quantum Laser'
BT Flood Knocks out Broadband and Phone Services
Energy Storage to Be a $45B Market in 2015
Meet the Periodic Table's Newest Resident: Copernicium
NASA Readies Remote-Control Aircraft for Flight
Plastics Can Now Be Made Without Using Crude Oil
1 Trillion Connected Devices by 2013
Large Hadron Collider Breakthrough as Beams Collide
LHC Achieves Collisions at 7 TeV
For One Tiny Instant, Physicists May Have Broken a Law of Nature
Researchers Discover Why Atoms in Solids Show a Preference for Certain Structures
Avago Files Suit Against STMicroelectronics
Clearwire, Sprint Kick Off 2010 4G Rollout
Semi Revenues Fall Globally for Consecutive Years
Mobile Content and Applications Set for Major Boom in China
Spectrum Health's Meijer Heart Center Tracks Stents /RFID
Cold Fusion Resurrected from Batteries to Bacteria
NASA Will Help Probe Toyota Accelerators
Ubiquisys Femto-Engine System Drives Femtocells Below $100 Barrier
Study Shows Chocolate Reduces Blood Pressure and Risk of Heart Disease (eat chocolate, drink coffee, live forever!)
Air Force Rules Target BlackBerry Security
Explosion of Non-Flash Devices is Driving HTML 5 Growth
Engineers Seek to Aid Communities in Need
Sunspot Activity Appears to Be Resuming
HP Spent $710,000 on 4Q Lobbying (that averages $2.8M/yr!)
Space Tourism Poised to Blast Off
Nanosatellite to Clear Dangerous Debris from Space
Bill to Add FCC Tech Staffers Passes in Senate Committee
Worldwide Semiconductor Revenue Fell by More Than 10% in 2009
Semiconductor Revenue is Set to Recover
IEEE Call for Nominations: 2010 National Medal of Science
North Koreans Use Cellphones to Bare Secrets (exposing the wonders of Marxism–Leninism)
Peers Warn of Backlash Fears over Digital Radio
Time-Reversed Lasers Discovered (optical filter applications?)
Researchers Use Improved Nanogenerators to Power Sensors Based on Zinc Oxide Nanowires
Ericsson Wins Chinese Contracts Worth $1.8B
More U.S. Communities Banning 'Television on a Stick'
First Self-Powered Nanosensor Device Created
Verizon: Current Telecom Law is 'Irrelevant' to the Modern Internet
U.S. Concerned by Australian Internet Filter Plan
NXP is Planning Billion-Dollar IPO
80% of SMS Users Report Dropped Texts
Who Will Win the Google Fiber Contest?
Few Drive Well While Yakking on Cell Phones
Siemens Reveals UK Wind Plans
"Smart" Meters Have Security Holes
AT&T Will Take $1B Charge for "Free" Health Care (may cut other benefits)
1 Trillion Connected Devices by 2013
Seattle, Boston, DC Top Cyber-Crime Hot Spots List
Cellphone Firms See Big Opportunity in Wireless Internet
Saturday is "No Tech Day" (for those of you harboring guilt about being able to afford tech gadgets)
Telecom Giant Challenges FCC Role in Broadband (they know "free" BB for all won't be free for most)
DARPA Solicits Proposals for Compact Mid-Ultraviolet Technology Program
Verizon: Current Telecom Law is 'Irrelevant' to the Modern Internet
Cyber Command Hits Speed Bump
Probing the Magnetic Properties of Solid Oxygen
ITU Asks Iran to Stop Interfering with European Satellite (ha, good luck with that)
U.S. Lead in Nanotech Eroding
Qualcomm Raises on Licensing, Chipset Strength
Craig Wireless to Sell Canadian Radio Spectrum
Flash Mobs Are Born as Word Grows by Text Message
FCC's National Broadband Plan: Net Neutrality, R.I.P.
That Phone You're About to Throw Away Could Be Worth $500
Wi-Fi Phones Bloom as Network Clogging Cramps Carriers
Femtocells Set for Explosive Growth, Says iSuppli
Maine House Nixes Cellphone Cancer Warnings
Sensors Turn Skin into Gadget Control Pad
Chrysler to Build A Battery-Powered Electric Car by 2012
Mpemba Effect: Why Hot Water Can Freeze Faster than Cold
Shuttles to Keep Flying Through Early 2011 (thereafter we hitch rides from China and Russia - thank your president & congress for that)
Mobile Data Traffic Surpasses Voice
No Bars at Home? AT&T to Offer $150 Fix (no, this is not for your basement game room)
Magnetic Monopole Experiment at CERN Could Rewrite Laws of Physics
Gold Nanoparticles for Memory Storage
Seminars Target 4G LTE Roll-Outs in UK
Atom Microscope Allows 'Atom-by-Atom Analysis'
Smartphone Traffic is up 193% in a Year
Wave Energy Scales up off Scotland
Glitch Delays Launch of New ARRL Web Site
Stretchable Electronics Device Holds Promise for Treating Irregular Heart Rhythms
11 Tech Companies 'Willfully' Violating H-1B Laws
Wi-Fi Spreading Fast Among Phones
Mobile Broadband Subscriptions Surpassed 271M by Year End 2009
Toshiba Creates Super Dense Hard Disk Drives
Chinese Mobile Firm Drops Google
McDonald's to Train Staff With Nintendos
How I Slashed My Connection to Cable TV Without Missing Anything
CTIA: AT&T Microcell Going National
Conical Nanocarbon Structures Could Lead to Flexible, Transparent Field Emission Displays
Scientists Find How Relaxed Minds Remember Better
Are Cosmic Rays Causing Toyota's Woes?
New Laser to Revolutionize Chip Technology
Imperfect Chips Pave the Way for New Quantum Technology
Agencies Walk a Tightrope Between Cost Savings and Innovation
Device Could Track Phones, PDAs in Airports
Smart Grid Group Reaches out to Consumers
India Demands Telecoms Technology Transfer
Sprint Unveils Its First 4G Phone
Nanotube RFID: Better Barcodes?
Metallic Glass Yields Secrets Under Pressure
Cellular-News Website Hacked
Inside a Global Cybercrime Ring
World's Largest Particle Collider May Unlock Secrets of Universe
GMSA Trials Message Misuse Service
How Low Can Low-Cost Wireless Garriers Go?
GE to Make Thin-Film Solar Panels
Crank up the Wi-Fi, Bring in the Femtocells
Mn-Doped GaN PV Cell Absorbs in UV, Visible and Infrared
Darling Puts Emphasis on Broadband For All
1st Winged Astronaut Robert M. White Dies at 85
Competition Missing from Broadband Plan
Turning Quantum Dots into Spintronic Transistors
Can 4G Wireless Take on Traditional Broadband?
Mobile Internet Traffic is Becoming Similar to Fixed Line Traffic
DOD Space Program Dogged by Delays, Cost Overruns
UK Space Agency and ISIC Created
Mini Generators Make Energy from Random Ambient Vibrations
Wireless Carrier Infrastructure Market to Decline in 2010
Atom Smasher Experiment on March 30
Printable Sensors for Cell Phones and Other Devices
Traditional TV Still Preferred Viewing Platform
U.S. Smartphone Ownership Expected to Reach 162M by 2015
China Condemns Decision by Google to Lift Censorship
Symantec Names Riskiest U.S. Cities for Cybercrime
CTIA: Streaming TV Companies Bring Long-Form Content to Mobile
Brain Processor Drives Word Processor (warning: don't use if you suffer from Coprolalia)
Hydrokinetic Proposal for Mississippi River
Why Dark, Roasted Coffee Beans Are Better
Light Fixtures of Tomorrow Will Handle Data (interesting concept...)
Physicists Create Carbon Magnetism by Removing Atoms from Graphite
Cypress Programmes Power Line Comms Reference Design
Strongest Magnet Ever Created in the Lab
In the Digital Age, Satellites are Closing in on the Crown
U.S. Eyes Early Summer for Airwaves Auction Process
Space Electronics Vendors Feel the Heat
4G/LTE Chips Coming... But First, a Little Chaos
Korean Politicians Battle over Who Will Provide the Best Broadband
Taming the Wild Phonon
Students to Face Cyberbullying Charges
Why @ Is Held in Such High Design Esteem
Electric Vehicles Under Investigation
Start-Up Promises Quantum Leap in Mobile Phone Camera Technology
Vodafone Released 3,000 Infected HTC Magic Phones
Boeing Completes Preliminary Design of Free Electron Laser Weapon System
U.S. Firms Worry over Business Chill in China
Toyota Shareholders Sue over Fallen Stock Price
Women Do Make Men Throw Caution to the Wind, Research Confirms
Former Lockheed Martin CEO Norm Augustine Addresses Role of Science & Engineering in U.S. Job Creation
Weak Laser Can Ignite Nanoparticles
Dongle Users Dingled
Paper in China Sets Off Alarms in U.S.
Solar Sails Take Shape
Failed College Dreams Don't Spell Depression
Nano-Based RFID Tags Could Replace Bar Codes
CERN Atom Smasher Cranks up to Record Energy Levels - 3.5 Teravolts!
Next-Gen Tactical Radios Garner NSA Approval
Web Inventor Calls for Government Data Transparency (hah, we've seen what a promise of transparency looks like!)
Government Aims to Boost Nano Tech in UK
Wireless Controlled from the Cloud
Consumers Boost Spending on Hot Electronics in 2009, Despite Drop in Income (sure, with 99+ weeks of Unemployment checks flowing)
Silver Proves Its Mettle for Nanotech Applications
Electric Company Gases up on RFID
Palm Posts Q3 Results: Disappointing Sales
U.S. and Russian Astronauts Touch Down Safely (would you want to fall from space in that?)
Samsung Aims for Double-Digit Sales Growth
European Market Recovers as Tech Consumers Return
TriQuint Semiconductor Hikes 1Q Forecast
Scientists a Step Closer to Making Cloak of Invisibility a Reality
MS Soups up IE 9 Performance
Web Site's Funny Texts Lead to App, TV Show
NASA Proposes New Air Traffic Control System
Know What's Online and in Databases about You
Hacker Disables More Than 100 Cars Remotely
CTIA: Four Areas to Watch Beyond the Radio
ZigBee and Wi-Fi Alliances to Collaborate on Smart Grid Wireless Networking
Industry and Government Prepare Counter-Attacks Against Electronic Parts Counterfeiting
U.S. Company Accused of Exporting Military Tech
GPS Jammers Illegal, Dangerous, and Very Easy to Buy
NASA Borrows Page from DoD Situational Awareness Book
Things to Look for at CTIA: America's First 4G Smartphone
Cadence Extends University Links in Europe
Google Pushes TV Initiative
T-Mobile USA Eyes JV Options to Boost Spectrum
ARRL: FCC Proposes to Eliminate SS APC Requirement & Power Limit; Cleans up Portions of Part 97
3% Q1 Growth Will Spur Big Semi Growth Year (see below)
Chip Market to Slow in Second Half (see above)
The Vocabulary of Spam
Nissan to Make Electric Vehicle in UK
Tales from the Quantum Frontier
'World's Fastest Car' Fixes Major Lift Issue
Internet Rehab Clinic for 'Screenager' Children Hooked on Modern Technology
GM Makes Your Entire Windshield a Head-Up Display
Government Report Signals New Focus on Engineering
Asia to Take 29% of Smartphone Market in 2015
FCC Broadband Plan Includes Public "Safety Fee" for All Users (another tax to pay for freeloaders - it never ends)
Teen Wins $100,000 for Spaceflight Software
U.K. Job Office Apologizes for Anti-Jedi Discrimination
MicroUnity Sues Mobile Giants for Patent Infringement
Umicore Completes New U.S. Germanium Substrate Plant
Broadcasters Not Happy with FCC's Internet Proposal
Light Twists Rigid Structures in Unexpected Nanotech Finding
Fund Boosts University Research
Metallic Glass Yields Secrets Under Pressure
When Tweets Can Make You a Jailbird
U.S. Congress Worries About Rare Earth Materials Shortages
Circuit-Board Maker Adopts RFID
Frogs That Poop Wireless Transmitters
Fog of War No Reason to Skirt Contracting Rules, GAO Says
RADAR: More Than 239M Hear Radio Each Week
M.I.T. Researchers Create Molecular Chips
Mobile Apps Sales Explode
Google Helps Finance Latest Trans-Pacific Fiber Optic Cable Project
Internet Explorer 9, the HTML 5 Browser: Better Than Half-Way There
Wireless Technologies Crucial to Nearly 2/3 of Small Business Owners
U.S. National Broadband Plan is Complete - On to Congress (OMG)
A Webmaster w/o High-Speed Web (sob story - she could get satellite access, but wants you & me to pay for it instead)
Rural Broadband Plan to Hit Telecom NZ Earnings (NZ subscribers to bend over, too)
Study: Daylight Saving Time a Waste of Energy (why are we still practicing this arcane rite?)
Web 2.0 Mobile Revenues to Reach $18.9B by 2014
Chip Profitability Jumps to Decade High
Is the Recession Really Over for Telcos?
Cyber Crime Losses in U.S. Almost Double in 2009
D.C. Home to Most Cyber-Criminals Per Capita
Anode Structure Could Enhance Li-Ion Batteries
Wafer Demand to Rise 30% in 2010
TI Runs 2A DC/DC Converter at 3 MHz
Chip Profitability Jumps to Decade High
Dotcom Web Address Celebrates Silver Anniversary
Superconductors Could Be Cut Down to the Nanoscale
Deutsche Telekom Introduces Woman Manager Quota
RFMD Makes Solar Cells on RF Production Kit
Fingerprinting Computer Chips
Teleconferencing Growth Peaks in 2009-10
Qualcomm Applies for a Multi-Fold Display Patent
Internet 'In Running' for Nobel Peace Prize
New System Makes Household Communication Networks More Versatile
Wolfram Alpha Answer Engine Best of Show at SXSW
FCC Releases iPhone App to Learn More About Network Conditions
Li-Ion Anode Uses Nanocomposites to Increase Battery Capacity
From Bubble to Burst: A Look Back at 25 Years of Dot-Com
Embarrassment As 10,000 Microsoft Staff Buy iPhones
SpaceX's Falcon 9 Rocket Test Fire Clears Way for Commercial Space Launches
Survey: Readers Don't Want to Pay for News Online
Jetpacks to Go on Sale Late This Year
Google Says China Talks Continue, But Pullout Signs Grow
MIT Finds New Way to Make Electricity
FCC's National Broadband Plan: What's in It?
Insulators [for Heat & Electricity] Turned into Conductors
Nokia Seeks Patent for Kinetic Battery Charger
U.S. Lawmakers Urge Obama to Save NASA Moon Program
Calculations Made by Physicist Gustav Mie in 1908 Put to Test on Single Nanoparticles
On Pi Day, One Number 'Reeks of Mystery' (coming up on Sunday)
Virgin Media to Trial Fiber Broadband over Telegraph Poles
ARRL Requests Support for Senate Bill 1755
Packing More into Lithium Batteries
UK Must Adapt to Keep Research Lead
ISS's Future is Secure, Claims ESA
Huawei Overtakes Nokia Siemens Networks in Microwave Equipment Market
Software's Take on the Light Bulb Joke
Distributor Takes on GaN Chip Line for MOSFET Replacement
Nokia Revises 2009 Market Share Down to 34%
Working Up an Appetite for Bluetooth
FCC Introduces Broadband Speed Test (actually a scheme to identify your location - it asks for street address)
How Electricity Passes Through Cells
Lenovo Will Push into Mobile Products
Father and Son Plead Guilty to Selling Counterfeit Software Worth $1M
Congress Debates New Satellite Plan
Utilities Overwhelmed by Smart-Grid Cost
Toyota Woes Raise Car Tech Fears
China Selects First Female Astronauts
Moviegoer Tells Woman to Stop Talking on Cell Phone, Gets Stabbed in the Neck
'Quantum Walk' Demonstrated Very Precisely
National Grid Takes Action to Address Impending Critical Shortage of Utility Engineers
Point/Counterpoint: Do You Support Patent Reform?
USPTO and UKIPO Announce Action Plan to Reduce Global Patent Backlogs
Space Chip Company Opens Design Centre in Europe
Nanometre 'Fuses' for High-Performance Batteries
FCC Amateur Radio Enforcement Correspondence Posted
Huge Step Toward Mass Production of Coveted Form of Carbon
Shocking Recipe for Making Killer Electrons
Tories to Pledge 'Fastest Broadband' in Europe
RF Micro Expects Its Revenue in Q4 to Be Up 41%
Pentagon Trains Employees to Hack Defense Computers
Einstein Was Right: General Relativity Confirmed (for the umpteenth time)
Better Than Apollo: The Space Program We Almost Had
Carbon Nanotube Speakers Could Be Powered by Lasers, Transform Noisy Spaces into Peaceful Sanctums
Tricks to Keep Your Device's Battery Going and Going
Cable and Satellite Companies Ask FCC for Help
Bill Gates No Longer World's Richest Man (now a Mexican, who's country's citizens flock to the U.S. illegally)
PA Man Dies Pumping Gas After Static Electricity Starts Fire
Mobile That Allows Bosses to Snoop on Staff Seveloped
The ARRL Second Homebrew Challenge -- And the Winners Are...
Mobile WiMAX Chipset Shipments Surge in 2009
Telecoms Refusing to Sell Their Wireless Airwaves to Government (the Fed will just eventually claim eminent domain and steal it)
New Charging Method Could Slash Battery Recharge Times (apply AC - very interesting)
IBM, Universities Target Easy-to-Use Cellphones
Analysts Cite 5 Opportunities in Mobile Data
GPS Usage Data Reveals Wal-Mart Is USA's Most Searched for Destination
'Nobel of Computing' Goes to Early PC Designer
Cryogenic Electron Emission Phenomenon Has No Known Physics Explanation
The Lithium Chase
WiMAX Drives Demand for Packet Microwave Equipment
UK Risks Losing Advantage
Carbon Nanotubes Can Produce Powerful Waves That Could Be Harnessed for New Energy Systems
Samsung Intros New Line of 3-D Products
NASA and NOAA Launch GOES-P Satellite
Scientists Break Down Carbon Dioxide into Carbon Monoxide Using Visible Light
The LHC Will Be Shut Down at the End of 2011
UK Could Be Top High-Tech Exporter
Scientists Solve Mystery of Superinsulators
Mobile Infrastructure Market Continues Its Decline on Deteriorating GSM Sales
IC Insights Boosts 2010 Chip Growth Forecast to 27%
Navy Gets Assistance with Submarine Satellite Connectivity
Malware Turns Your Cell Phone Against You
WiMAX Radios Aren't the Business for Cisco Any More
Retailer Acknowledges Shipping Fake Intel Chips
How to See Through Opaque Materials
Mobile Retail Market to Exceed $12 Billion by 2014
Hard Drive Evolution Could Hit Microsoft XP Users
CBS Radio Debuts First HD Radio 'Quadcast'
Fiber-Wireless (FiWi) to Provide Ultra-High-Speed, Short-Range Communication
What Social Networking Can Offer Design Engineers
Deep Space Network Antenna Undergoing Major Surgery
Finishing School for Indian IT Graduates (aka charm school - not a bad idea)
Ultra-Efficient Non-Hybrid Gas Engine Gets 64 MPG
Citibank Says RFID Pilot Proves Strong Consumer Interest in Mobile-Phone Payments
Latest HTML5 Working Draft Published Despite Claims of 'Sabotage'
Barcelona Hit with Heaviest Snowfall in 25 Years
W3C Getting a New Chief Executive
Phone Test Tool Replicates City
Lidow Returns with 'Disruptive' GaN Startup
World's First Bluetooth Access Point for Aircraft Delivers Inflight Mobile Phone Services
Public Gets First Look at Landmark Einstein Manuscript
Single Photon Solid-State Memory for Telecommunications
Swiss Study Finds RFID Tags Safe for MRI, CT Scans
Startup Builds MEMS in Standard CMOS Processes
You're Predictable! So Says Your Cell Phone (it knows where/when you are - does that bother you?)
Pushing AlInN and AlGaN HEMTs Further on SiC and Silicon
MIT Scientists Transform Polyethylene into a Heat-Conducting Material
Atomic Gate Opens Door to Quantum Computers
FCC Plans to Give High-Speed Internet to All Americans ("from each according to his ability, to each according to his [percieved] needs" - K. Marx)
Worker Strife Dogs Tech Firms in France
FBI Warns Brewing Cyberwar May Have Same Impact as 'Well-Placed Bomb'
Power While You Walk: Navy Helps Refine Electricity-Generating Backpack
Suddenly Apple Hates Wi-Fi
MS Plans Office 2010 Release in May for Businesses (ugh, with that hated ribbon bar)
Trapping Sunlight with Silicon Nanowires
Officer in Pursuit! — T-Mobile Backing Up Cops with M2M
FCC to Propose Revamping Universal Service Fund
In a Jobless Recovery, Innovators Will Have Jobs
Smartphones Have Changed the Way We Travel
RFID Set to Reach $5.5B This Year
Here is Why People Hate Politicians (short video of a U.S. senator)
Hydrocarbon Superconductor Discovered
Magnetic Solder to Wire 3-D Chips (this is cool)
Auto Website Edmunds Offers $1M Prize for Cause of Runaway Toyotas
RFID in UK Trash Bins - "Pay as You Throw"
Beamforming Wi-Fi Startup Raises $15M
Lip-Reading Cell Phone to Hit German Tech Show
Chip Market to See 'Modest' 2010 Recovery
RFID Wristbands Document Interactions Between Prisoners and Officers
Advertisers Able to Reach 1 Billion Customers Via Smartphones by 2013
Georgia Tech Gets NASA Grant to Develop Radar for Mapping Ice Formations (why bother if all the polar ice is melting?)
5 Observations and 2 Predictions About the National Broadband Plan
Successful Launch for GOES-P Satellite
FCC Seeks Comments for Blanket Waiver to Allow Amateur Radio in Hospital Emergency Drills
Physicists Unlock the Mysteries of Crack Formation (no, not a study of human development)
T-Mobile Ranks Highest in Customer Satisfaction with the Retail Sales Experience
LCD Shortages May Follow Earthquake in Taiwan
Ford Expands Electric Vehicles Plan
Did a Microsoft VP Really Suggest an Internet Tax for Cybersecurity?
Details of "Einstein" Cyber Shield Disclosed by White House - NSA Will Listen to Everyone, Including You
North Korean Worker Executed by Firing Squad for Transmitting Price of Rice on Cellphone (isn't Communism great?)
IBM Cuts More Than 2,500 Jobs
Student Develops Polarized LED
'Microrings' Could Nix Wires for Communications in Homes, Offices
Boomers Slowly Joining the Mobile Web
DoD Insourcing Contracts' False Economy
Scientists Strive to Map the Shape-Shifting Net
Number of Mobile VoIP Users Will Approach 300 Million by 2013
A Close Encounter for AMSAT-OSCAR 51
New Device for Ultrafast Optical Communications
Italian Construction Firm Deploys RFID to Track Offshore Equipment
Workers Protest Against Closure of ST-Ericsson Caen (does striking ever keep a plant open?)
Apple: HTC Phones Caused 'Irreparable Injury'
Telecoms Engineer Executed in Afghanistan
Unclonable RFIDs Authenticate Electronic Fingerprints
Earthquake-Proofing the World's Largest Telescopes
'Funeral' Being Held Today for IE6
New Bill to Keep Shuttles Flying for 2 More Years
Google: PCs Will Be Dead in 3 Years
Maine Panel Weighs Cell Phone Cancer Warning
Semico: Good Times are Here for ICs
Campaign Highlights Samsung Workers' Cancer Deaths
Need a Job? Get an Internal Referral
ZigBee Home Automation and ZigBee Remote Control Now Publicly Available
Spanish Police Arrest Masterminds of 'Massive' Botnet
Chip Market Boom Makes Analyst Hike Forecast
Air Force Picks Contractor to Enhance GPS Ground Control
Increasing Mobile Data Usage Fuels Growth in the Mobile and Wireless Market
First ASKAP Antenna Receives Radio Signals
Ready for the 'Connected Car?'
FCC's Broadband Plan Critiqued as Overly Broad, Unfeasible
USA Business Telecommunications Spending Will Hit $146B in 2010
DARPA Wants Razor Sharp Optics for Satellite Surveillance
Rice Receives Supercomputer Donation from IBM
Climategate Scientist Admits to 'Awful Emails'
Mass Loss from Alaskan Glaciers Overestimated?
Backpack Hydroelectric Plant Gives You 500 Watts on the Move
Arrestee in Federal Case Swallowed Flash Drive Evidence During Processing
Learning Keeps Brain Healthy (my brain feels healthier having just learned this)
Mega, Giga, Tera,...,Yotta, and Now the Hella
DoD's Reliance on Commercial Satellites Hits New Zenith (is that a pun?)
Graphene Hybrid: One-Atom-Thick Sheet Offers New Microelectronic Possibilities
3GPP and the Broadband Forum Collaborate on Fixed/Mobile Convergence Standards
Is Growth Over for Wireless Operators?
The Sound of Silence: An End to Noisy Communications
German High Court: Telecom Data Cannot be Retained
Internet Leads Radio, Newspapers as News Source
NASA: Quake May Have Shifted Earth's Axis (that will shift all cataloged star coordinates)
Intel Exec Bullish on Semi Startups
Tons of Water Ice Found on Moon's North Pole
Wi-Fi Calling Comes with a Price; Warning!
Online 'More Popular than Newspapers' in U.S.
Digital Billboards, Diversions Drivers Can't Escape (I like them)
Greener Nanomagnets
New Energy Harvesting Network Means Batteries Not Included
WA Man Electrocuted by Urinating on Power Line
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin to Dance with the Stars (after being 2nd man on the Moon)
Olympic Medals Made from E-Waste
26% of Americans Get News Via Phone
Government Seeking $1.4M Back Wages in H-1B Visa Case
January Averaged Global Chip Sales Up 47%
Tyndall Claims First Junctionless Transistor
Long-Distance Q-Comms Gets Closer as Light Storage Efficiency Increases by Order of Magnitude
CERN Atom Smasher Restarts
LRA Model Predicts 40% Chip Market Growth for 2010
Ofcom Decides It Can't Decide on Spare Spectrum
What's Wrong with Venture Capital?
SiLabs Debuts Wireless Microcontrollers
U.S. Military OKs Use of Online Social Media
Fill in the Blanks: Algorithm Makes Something Out of Nothing
Staying in Touch with Loved Ones During War
TI Intros Cost-Effective RF Range Extender for Low-Power Wireless Apps at 850 to 950 MHz
Mars Express Heading for Closest Phobos Flyby
3D TV Glasses May Cost $300
Widespread Use of Mobile Phones While Driving in the UK
Marines Bring Solar Energy to the Battlefield
Resistors Aimed at Metrology
Latvian 'Robin Hood' Hacker Leaks Bank Details to TV
Anatech Electronics - RF Cafe
LadyBug Technologies LB5944A RF Power Sensor - RF Cafe
RIGOL Technologies (test equipment) - RF Cafe

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