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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - July 2018

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• Apple Is Changing GaAs' Future

ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference Invites Technical Papers

• DARPA Research Teams to Uncover Novel Materials and Approaches to Circuit Integration

• AI, China Dominate Semiconductor Funding

Earth's Resources Consumed in Ever Greater Destructive Volumes (this really is a problem)


• FCC Sets Massive Fine for Miami Pirates (arrrr...)

• Chip Industry Fights Next Round of China Tariffs

Slow-Scan TV Transmissions from ISS Set for July 30 – 31

• Verizon Eyes Partnership with Apple or Google on 5G TV

Nokia Shares down As It Misses Profit Expectations


• EU Commission Publishes Updated Standards List for EMC Directive

Semi Content in Electronic Systems Forecast to Reach 31.4% in 2018

• AT&T Reveals 3 More Cities Will Receive 5G in 2018

• Algorithm Can Tell You Your Ideal Caffeine Fix

Omega 3 Supplements Have Little or No Heart or Vascular Health Benefit (more settled science unsettled)


• U.S. Governments Wonders What's Going on with the Semiconductor Workforce?

5G to Create $42B in Socioeconomic Value for South Korea in 2030

• Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics Hit by Bullying Allegations

Samsung's Foldable Smartphone Slated for Next Year

Hawaiki Subsea Cable Doubles Capacity in Australia and New Zealand


Google to String Undersea Cable from France to Virginia

Radiation from Mobile Phones Can Affect Your Memory

• Android Antitrust Decision Shakes Mobile Industry

China Targets Apple with Advanced Smartphone Screens

• How to Succeed in Radio for 45 Years


• IEEE: Why Consider Disability and Long-Term Insurance?

Scent of Coffee Appears to Boost Performance in Math

• Americans Aren't Buying New Phones

Analog Devices Breaks Ground on New Global Headquarters

• Verizon Stops Activating 3G Devices


• U.K. Rates 29 Technology Projects on Likelihood of Success

• France Expects Commercial 5G in at Least 1 Major City in 2020

• Cable WiFi Alliance Stalls at 500,000 Hotspots

LinkedIn India Member Base Doubles in 4 Years

5G Focus Revitalizes Ericsson


• South Korean Telcos Agree to Launch 5G Services at Same Time

• Another Cable Operator Signals Plans to Get into Wireless

Teens Glued to Phones Risk 'Modest' Rise in ADHD Symptoms

• Funding for Advanced Battery Research Hangs in Balance

FCC Judge Dismisses Radio Amateur's Long-Standing License Renewal Application


• FCC Moves Ahead on 3.7-4.2 GHz Order

EU Fines Google $5B over Android Antitrust Abuse

• AI Becomes the New Moore's Law

ARRL Represented at IEEE Symposium in Boston

• Has Norway Discovered the X factor for Silicon-Li-ion Cells


• Analysts Bullish on Chip Equipment

• Business Demand Drives Strongest PC Market Since 2012

• Can You Really Fix DOD Acquisitions in a Week?

• Double First in China for Advanced Nuclear Reactors

• Europe's 1st Live C-V2X Direct Communication Interoperability Demo


• NASA Chief Says Space Force Will Guard the U.S. from Above

Ex-Apple Employee Stole Secrets for Chinese Firm

• Ericsson Labs and Intel Demonstrate End-to-End 5G Data Call

UK Closer to 5G with Successful Initial Tests at the University of Sussex

Superstrong Aluminum Alloys May Change Aerospace Manufacturing


Proprietary PAs Represent 30% of 2018 Smartphone Market

• Radio Technology Designed by Radio Amateur Used in Thailand Cave Rescue

• Telesat & Gilat to Develop Broadband Communications Using LEOs

• FCC: Wireless Net Impacting Healthcare Costs and Outcomes

• $62.7B Semiconductor Equipment Forecast


• FCC Proposes Massive Fine for Marketing of Drone Transmitters

Tech Stocks Touch Record Highs

• Another Boron Arsenide Thermal Record

• Micron Barred from Selling Some Memory Chips in China

• Big Changes at Top and Bottom of Q1 Semi Equipment Market Shares


• Competition in U.S. Wireless Industry Poised to Rise

• Excitement Builds for World Radiosport Team Championship 2018

• Army Leverages Machine Learning to Predict Component Failure

U.S. Chip Strategy Under Discussion

Semiconductor Quantum Transistor Opens Door for Photon-Based Computing


• Chips Boom as Trade War Looms

China Trade Deficit Hits Another Record High

AMSAT Announces Board of Directors Nominees

• Intel iPhone Components on Shaky Ground with Apple

Ultracold Atoms Behave Like a Ferrofluid


• Is Your Smartphone Spying on You?

• 9 Companies That Are Testing CBRS

• Switzerland Sets Moderate Reserve Price for January 2019 5G Auction

• U.S. Must Hustle on Hypersonics, EW, and AI

• New World Record for Direct Solar Water-Splitting Efficiency


• U.S Government Allows ZTE to Partially Resume Business

Smart TVs Track More Than What's on Tonight

• Poland Kicks off 5G Process

• China Launches New Space Science Program

EU Watchdog Accuses Facebook, Google of Privacy Shenanigans


Cobalt Shortages Will Drive Price for Electromobility

• NASA Embraces Commercial Electronics

Major Security Gaps Found in the LTE Mobile Telephony Standard

• The 5G Pessimists Are Wrong

• FCC Task Force Looks into Proposed T-Mobile / Sprint Merger


• May Semiconductor Sales up 21%

NASA CubeSats Head to Mars

• Ham Fined $7k, Face Restricted Privileges in FCC Interference Case

• 9 Things You Probably Don't Know About Fireworks

• China Rising as Major Space Power


Global Semi Industry Reached $115.8B in Q1 2018

• Established Vendors Under Fire in New Wild West of Wireless,

'Breakthrough' Optimization Algorithm Exponentially Faster

• Qorvo Powers New Commercial 802.11ax Carrier Gateway

>100 Politicians Murdered in Mexico ahead of Sunday's Election (Socialism, Marxism always ends at the point of a gun)


• Telecoms and MediaDriving the Highest Merger & Acqusition Year Ever

• EU Watchdog Accuses Facebook, Google of Privacy Shenanigans

• The Average Salary of a UK Automotive Engineer in 2018 Is...

• Argentina OKs Telecom Merger

UMC Acquires 100% Ownership of Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor


• Man Charged with Threatening to Kill FCC Commissioner's Family

China's IC Capex Expected to Top Europe and Japan Combined

AI to Replace Depth Sensors in Smartphones

• California Data Privacy Law Promises Chaos by 2020

Rambus Fires CEO for Unspecified Conduct

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