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Technology Headline News Archive: June 2004

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6-30-2004
High-Tech Groups Renew Push to Extend R&D Tax Credit
IE Pop-Up Program Snatches Banking Passwords
U.S. Should Close 'Revolving Door' Between Government and Defense Contractors
L-Mart Awarded $44M for Ballistic Missile Defense Radar
Driving in D.C.? Hang Up That Cell Phone
Cassini Spacecraft At Saturn's Doorstep
Remote-Controlled, Throwable Robots Being Sent To Iraq For Testing
6-29-2004
Ames Lab Physicists "Perturb" Superconductor To New Heights
'Hacker College' Teaches Tricks of the Trade
Civitas Group Estimates Size of U.S. Homeland Security Market at $23.4 Billion
SIA to Congress: Don't Cut R&D Tax Credit
Russian Satellite Launch Fails
Greening Nokia
NAVAIR Evaluating Spherical Airship For Surveillance Applications
6-28-2004
Cell Phones Could Reduce Male Fertility
IEEE Board Approves 802.3ah Standard
U.S. & Europe Finally Agree On GPS Networks
Border Patrol Launches Drone Above Arizona
Limits On Scientists Draw Complaint
Mars Rover Surprises Continue
China's Unmanned Lunar Program Stirs Domestic Debate
6-25-2004
Fab Utilization Rises as Chip Sales Jump
Defect in Intel's New 915 Pentium 4 Chipset
Lockheed Scuttles Plan to Purchase Titan
Wi-LAN OFDM Patent Threat Stirs UWB Camps
Consumers Not Quite Ready To "Cut The Cord"
Next Phase Nears For Airliner Anti-Missile Work
Bodies Exhumed From Largest Yet Mass Grave in Iraq
Spacewalk Called Off After Oxygen Glitch
6-24-2004
Air Force launches upgraded GPS satellite
Court Convicts Obscene Text Messager
Remote-Controlled Throwable Robot Sent To Iraq For Testing
Electrical Arcs May One Day Quiet Jet Engines
Spokane Installs 100-Block WiFi 'Hot Zone'
Toshiba Develops Matchbox-Sized Fuel Cells For Mobile Phones
AMD Sets Up Japan Engineering Lab For Mobile Chips
Using Cellphones On Planes
6-23-2004
Senate Appropriations Committee Approves $416.2B Defense Bill
Motorola Unveils 900 MHz ISM Canopy Radio
Power Line Broadband Nearing
Philips Launches World's Fastest DVD Burner
China Sees its Proprietary 3G Ready By Mid-2005
Wireless Nanocrystals Efficiently Radiate Visible Light
A New Route to Smaller 3-D Files
Japan Eyes Biometrics to Tighten Immigration Steps
6-22-2004
SpaceShipOne Makes History: First Private Manned Mission To Space
Intel Makes Technology Transfer Move in China
Air Force May Jettison One Satellite Contract
NTT Docomo Puts Wallet's Contents in Phone
Intel Slammed by Supreme Court
6-21-2004
SpaceShipOne Takes Off In Mojave - Live
New WLAN Spectrum Still Mired In DoD Debate
Simpler Fuel Cell Architecture Being Readied For Portables
Dream Scenario On Horizon For Semi Industry
Siemens Staff Protest Against Jobs Export
FAT Patent Review Threatens Linux
Thales Lands 7.3M Pound Us Missile Contract
NIST Demonstrates 'Teleportation' Of Atomic States For Quantum Computing
Printable Silicon For Ultrahigh Performance Flexible Electronic Systems
6-17-2004
EU Defense Agency May Not Boost Defense Spending, Analysts Say
China General Threatens War if Taiwan Targets Three Gorges Dam
Information Teleported Between Atoms "Spooky"
New Phones Could Replace Wallets
Studies On Electric Polarization Open Potential For Tinier Devices
Some Verizon Wireless 911 Calls Hit by GPS Glitch
6-16-2004
first Cellphone Network Worm Spreads Via Bluetooth
USA's Built-up Surfaces Equal Ohio In Area
FTC Says Do-Not-Spam List Won't Work
Web Inventor (no, not Algore) Finally Makes Money Off It
Pre-Standard 802.11n Coming Soon
Senate Backs Bush on New Nuclear Weapons
Asia To Lead Recovery In Commercial Satellite Launches
6-15-2004
Boeing Wins Navy $3.89B Competition For P-3 Replacement
AARP Calls for Wireless Industry Regulation
Broadband to dominate UK by 2005
U.S. Global Basing Plans Shape Up for Speed & Flexibility
Army Unveils New Combat Uniform (BDU)
X-Prize Contenders Get Ready For Lift-Off
6-14-2004
Nokia: Number Of Mobile Phone Users To Hit 2B By 2007
Review Of Kinetic Energy Interceptor Delayed By Budget Cuts
US Jamming Tests Could Affect Cellphones
Cassini Flies by Saturn's Largest Outer Moon
Survey: 2 Million Online Bank Accounts Robbed
First Chinese Woman To Enter Space By 2010, But Not Allowed To Drive
BAE Systems Receives $35 Million For HAARP Program
6-13-2004
Grapefruit-Sized Meteorite Smashes Through NZ Home
6-11-2004
Five Short-Range Wireless Standards Seen Combining
Reagan Casts Giant Shadow Online - Tops Search
Desert Town Braces for Space Woodstock
Raytheon receives $369M to demonstrate MP-RTIP Radar
Revised SIA Forecast to Have Negative Impact, Firm Says
Japan Announces $900B R&D Semiconductor Plan
Designers Responsible for Yield, Panelists Say
Australians Still Driving and Texting
6-10-2004
For Sale by Public Auction -- Juicy Laptop Secrets !!Scary!!
Phone Rage Leads to Flight Ban
DSL Sector Surpasses 70 Million Subscribers
SiValley Businessmen Pleads Innocent to Illegal Military Exports to China
SIA Expects 2004 to be Record Year
Zigbee Gets Some Company
Eurofighter Typhoon Single-Seat Production Aircraft Takes Flight
Google Stirs Controversy With Froogle
Purdue Mathematician Claims Proof For Riemann Hypothesis
6-8-2004
Smaller Antenna Design Said to Boost Efficiency
Demo Proves Merits of UWB Chipset
A "Swarm" Of Satellites For A Unique Look Inside The Earth
Brain-Mimicking Circuits to Run Navy Robot
Water to Boost Satellite Snooping
RFID Doesn't Necessarily Spell ROI, Say Execs
Roaming Worth Over US$50 Billion
6-7-2004
Power Line Networking Gets a Wireless Twist
Samsung Aims to Bring TV to the Cell Phone
Text Messages Start to Turn up in Court
Opportunity Rover Gets Green Light To Enter Martian Crater
China Clamps Down on Digital Films
A Transit Of Venus, June 8, 2004
6-4-2004
Revolutionary Antenna Technology Reduces Size Dramatically
U.S. & U.K. Firms Winning Big In JSF Contracting
North Korea Restricts Cellphone Usage
System-Level Design Tackles Tough Soft Radio Framework Challenges
Lockheed Martin Plans to Add 200 Jobs
L-Mart Wins $60M Compact Kinetic Energy Missile Program
China Plans to Launch Two Astronauts Next Year
Scottish Engineering Orders and Output Best Since 2001
6-3-2004
First X Prize Attempt Set For June 21
Industry Not Overheating Just Yet, Says Advanced Forecasting
TSA Looking At Ways To Speed Checked Fliers Through Airports
Skybursts Reported Over Western Washington
Circuit Simulation Boosted 20x
ITU confirms Hong Kong as site for Telecom World 2006
Base Station Chip Market Poised for Growth
6-2-2004
Accenture Awarded $10B Virtual Border Contract (US-VISIT)
Engineers Visualize Electric Memory As It Fades
Korea Envisions 50Mbps Wireless Broadband as Bridge to 4G
Global Chip Sales Up Nearly 37% in April
U.S.: China's Military Modernization Continues to Stress Electronics
Synopsys Adds RF Engine to HSPICE
Your Next Computer Could Be Your Phone
6-1-2004
European Defense Industry in Trouble, RAND Says
Motorola Opens Wireless Applications Center in China
A Different Kind of Recovery Arrives
Siemens to Add 1 billion Euros Investment in China
Raytheon Delivers First Production Tactical Tomahawk Cruise Missile
Something in the Air
China Spending More Than Ever On Military
 
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