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Technology Headline News Archive: February 2004

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2-27-2004
IBM Wins Unanimous Decision In Chemical Case
Hitachi Develops Omnidirectional 3D Display
RFMD PA Tx Module With Integrated pHEMT Switch
English Won't Dominate As World Language
40,000 Patriots Send Care Packages Via Internet
2-26-2004
Legal Plans to Force Handset Recycling
BAE Expects to Feel Effect of Defence Cuts
PC market, China Seen Eroding January Chip Sales
Early PC Designs Win Engineering Kudos
Spintronics: 'Organic Spin Valves' Shown Feasible For New Electronic Devices
Glare From Disney Concert Hall Heats Up Neighbors - Unintended Consequences
2-25-2004
Gates details Windows security upgrades, Caller-ID Spam Blocking
Pentagon nets chief says Moore's Law applies to warfare
Intel tips its 3G processor strategy
Tatung aims to ship 500,000-600,000 LCD TVs in 2004
Lockheed Martin Taps Harris For Key Role On Space Based Radar Team
2-24-2004
Army drops Comanche Program; it May Boost Other Boeing Ventures
Military Contractor Bringing More Jobs to North Texas
Lockheed Martin Sees Bright Growth Prospects in Asia
GSMA Registry Seeks to Thwart Phone-Theft Crime Wave
Motorola's Zander Promotes Wireless Broadband, Push to Talk
Microsoft Adds More Features to XP Service Pack 2
Mobile Phone Firms Push Broadband Services
2-23-2004
Earthlink Tests Powerline Broadband Technology
RFID: Hit or Myth?
Big Bang To Be Plumbed By Supercomputer
FCC Backs Low-Power Local Radio - Be Your Own DJ
Plastic Heralds Next-Generation Batteries
RFMD Begins Production Shipments of World's Smallest Quad-Band, EDGE-Capable PAM
2-20-2004
The Death of Bluetooth: Intel Moves to Ultrawideband
MiniSAR Offers Promise For Reconnaissance, Precision-Guided Weapons
Cable Modem Growth Slowing - Meanwhile, DSL on the Rise
NEC Electronics to Offer Wireless USB Sample by June 2005
RadioScape to Launch DAB Radio Module Small Enough for PDAs, Phones
2-19-2004
Phone Fibbing Is The Most Common Method For Untruths
Google Adds a Billion More Pages
Thomson and Philips Move Away From Consumer, Cut Jobs
Closing Arguments Loom in IBM Cancer Case
Lockheed Martin Demonstrates Joint Common Missile Target Penetration
Mobile Spam Becoming a Major Problem
WLAN Hotspot Use to Triple This Year, Gartner Predicts
2-18-2004
Most Siemens Software Jobs Moving East
Intel Pushes Hybrid Approach For Next-Gen Wi-Fi
Lockheed Martin Team Submits Narrowband Tactical Satellite Plan
Cingular Wins AT&T Wireless Bid
State Dept. Launches Electronic System For Licensing Defense Exports
2-17-2004
First Fallout from Windows Code Leak Hits the Web
Chinese Currency Revaluation Near
IBM Claims SiGe Speed Records
Analog Age Pronounced Live and Well
Pending Military Contracts Could Give Boeing Big Boost
2-16-2004
Growth Returns But At Slower Pace: Experts
IBM Trial May Have Repercussions On Industry
Anteon Named to List Of 25 Fastest Growing Stars
Wireless Apps on Tap
Intel: Wireless Evolution Underway
2-13-2004
Execs Ponder 'Next Big Thing' in Consumer Electronics
Infrastructure Sales Surge Upwards
Software Bug Blamed for Aug 2003 Blackout
Windows Source Code Leaked Over Internet
'WiMAX Won't Be Mainstream,' Broadcom CTO Says
Chinese Currency Revaluation Nears
Merrimac Receives $1.1 Million GPS Satellite Order From Boeing
EU TARGET Network of Excellence Welcomes APLAC Solutions
2-12-2004
Novel Nanoproperties In Selenium Produced By Bacteria Open New Area Of Exploration
Silicon Adapted for Optical Networks
Raytheon To Bring Joint Common Missile Production To Huntsville
Ruling Puts Microsoft's 'Windows' Trademark at Risk
Flying robot promises bird's-eye view for surveillance
Defense Contractors Owe $3B in Unpaid Taxes, Probe Finds
Killed while retrieving cell phone - tragedy
2-11-2004
A Physicist's Take On The Yo-Yo As It Celebrates 75 Years
Nissin Electric to Debut Self-Luminating Module4
Microsoft Uncovers Critical Windows Security Hole
Former Intel Worker/Terrorist Wannabe Sentenced To 7 Years
Economists Rush To BAE's Defense
China Rejects Allegation Of US Military Technology Acquisition From Boeing
2-10-2004
A Shocking Surprise: High Voltage + Rats = Ozone, Reopens Power-line Debate (wierd!)
Overtake Japanese Makers -- The Odds of Dell's Victory in the TV Market
Online Search Engines Lift Cover of Privacy
Siemens PenPhone Prototype
Wireless Options Increase for Home Audio, Video Delivery
Intel to Demo UWB Chip and Initiative at IDF
2-9-2004
SMIC Lays Expansion Plans - IPO From China?
General Dynamics Awarded $89 Million in Defense Contracts
Scholars in Russia Working For Defense Sector To Be Paid $1,000 A Month
GSM Phones Aid Particle Physics Experiments - Cool!
Ericsson Books First Profit In Several Years
Defense Contractors Watch As BRAC Process Begins On Hill
Big Changes Expected Under FAA's New Organization
FCC Likely To Limit Net Telephony Rules
2-7-2004
Noble Publishing Announces Launch Of Completely Redesigned Website
2-6-2004
USAF Plans Serious Look At Replacing Special Ops Aircraft
EDA Licensing Needs Overhaul, Speakers Say
Software Boosts Cell Phone Transmission Quality
Siemens To Cut 600 Jobs For Outsourcing
'Rule-Breaking' Molecule Could Lead To Non-metal Magnets
Etching Of Deep Trenches In Silicon Explained
2-5-2004
Europe To Pay Russia To Build Soyuz Pad At Kourou: Russia
Glut of Money Could Hurt Tech Start-ups
Harris Wins USN Radio Systems Contract - Doing Lots Of Hiring
RF Micro Expects Above Average Handset Sales
Top Chip Makers Tout Nanotechnology
Aerospace Gains Lift Profit at Goodrich
Appears To Have Been 'Wrongdoing' In USAF Tanker Deal With Boeing: Senator Tom Daschle's Wife Key Lobbyist For Boeing
2-4-2004
BlackBerry Surpasses One Millionth Subscriber Milestone
Fluid Scheme Yields High-Dielectric Films
Security Firm Warns Of Holes In Bluetooth Mobiles
UMC 4Q Sales Up 35.3% On-Year, Net Profits Up Six-Fold
Charity Provides Broadband Gear For Troops
3G Equipment Prices Expected To Fall
2-3-2004
20 Billion Wireless Text Messages for UK in 2003
DOD FY '05 Budget Rises By 7 Percent, Focuses On Transformational Systems
FAA Cuts All Laser Assist Approach Funding From FY 2005 Budget Proposal
Technology Programs Boosted in 2005 Budget Request
Mobile Phone Sales Hit Record, IDC Reports
Microsoft Patches Serious IE Flaw
New Cryogenic Refrigerator Dips Chips Into A Deep Freeze
2-2-2004
4G Wireless Causing A Buzz
The Opportunity Rover Has Its Eye on Martian Bedrock
Boeing Not Interested in Buying BAE
IT Losing Ground in Virus Battle
General Dynamics Inks $8 Billion Sub Deal
New 'Superheavy' Elements Reported
Pentagon To Seek Big Boost In Missile Defense Spending
 
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