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Technology Headline News Archive - February 2005

If you came to RF Cafe looking for a certain news item you remember seeing or found on a search engine, there is a good chance it is no loner on the homepage. Headlines change daily (except Saturdays). Here are links to all the headline archives.

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2-28-2005
Growth Returns to Electronics Industry
mPhase, Rutgers University Expand Nanotechnology Battery Research
Interactive Taxis: Taking a Ride on the Web Side
Hot Research Harnesses Cold Atoms
Technology Collaborative Funds Defense Robotics Research
U.S. Set to Oppose Efforts To Restrict Use of Sonar
Cell phones you can't have ... Yet
Largest Machines On Earth: Particle Colliders
Analysis: Slow Start For Power Broadband
2-25-2005
Weathermen to be Fined in Moscow for Bad Predictions
Cell Phone Makers Choose Between Style and Tech
Study Finds U.S. not Keeping up With Competitors
U.S. Downs Dummy Ballistic Missile in Successful Test
Canada Will Not Participate In US Missile Defence Program
'Digital Divide' Narrowing Fast, World Bank Says
Delegates Disagree on Impact of WiMAX
China Walks Out of Wireless LAN Security Talks
Suit Claims HP, Agilent Sold Defective Medical Devices
Falling ASPs Will Dampen Wi-Fi Unit Gains, Says Infonetics
GAO: USAF Should Recompete Part Of C-130 AMP Work
2-24-2005
OFDM Will Overtake CDMA, Report Asserts
FCC Extends Transition Period for 5 GHz Radios
Motorola Teams With WWiSE Consortium on IEEE 802.11n Proposal
Use Of Cell Phone Images Appears Feasible For Visualizing Leg Wounds
Millennium Cell to Show Hydrogen-Powered Laptop at Intel Forum
Supercharged PDA With GPS Really Flies
Philips Claims Plastic Nonvolatile Memory Breakthrough
Solar Tower of Power Finds Home
Lockheed Martin Begins Testing Of Aegis Weapon System With SPY-1F Radar
2/23-2005
Raytheon to Receive Contract for ATFLIR Production Within Days
China Opportunity for Comms Chip Makers in 2005
Russia Emerges as Tech Investment Target Despite Obstacles
Security Experts Explore Wireless Frontier
Tiny is Beautiful: Translating 'Nano' Into Practical
Doctors Going Wireless with Souped-Up PDAs
Mars Express Imagery Appears to Reveal Frozen Sea on Mars
Chinese Chip Makers Threaten Small SE Asian Rivals
2-22-2005
Looks Count for Cell Phones
Rural Site Part of USA's Oldest Sat-Tracking System
Forum Studies Soft-Radio Flow
A Breakout Year for RFID Tags
Model Describes Transistor Death
Ariane 5 Technology Turns the Lights On
Mobile Phone Virus Spotted in U.S., Security Expert Warns of Huge Risks
Wireless Chips Ride CMOS Wave
2-21-2005
Rumsfeld: 'Sensible' To Study Bunker-Busting Nuclear Bomb
DigRF Compliant Radio Extends Cellphone Talk Time by 20 Percent
Defense R&D Budget Cutting Off Funding For FY '05 Earmarks
Qualcomm Plans Mobile TV Offensive
DoD Awards Research 212 University Contracts
China Foundries Growing Fast
Mobile Phone Virus Found in United States
Tiny Superconductors Withstand Stronger Magnetic Fields
NASA to Launch Space Shuttle Discovery on May 15
Benefits Of Space For All Citizens
Toys Getting High-Tech Bells and Whistles
2-18-2005
Finnish Study Shows Handset Radiation Within Limits
USAF Will Need 'Backup Plans' if F/A-22 Cuts Stand
New Standard for Testing Cellphone Radiation Emissions
Fragmented China Software Sector No Match for India
SEMI's Book-to-Bill Sinks to 0.80 in January
'Tin Whiskers' Brush with RoHS
U.S. Technology in Danger of Falling Behind
Hoosac Windmills on Permit Fast-Track
Northrop Grumman to Expand Unmanned Air Vehicle Facility in MS
2-17-2005
Group to Examine Possible Cell Phone Risks
Invention Mania: Body Scans, 3D Modeling at DEMO
China Overtakes US in Consumption of Agricultural and Industrial Goods
World's Biggest Smuggling Racket: Indonesia Illegal Rainforest Logging to China
Freedom of Information Forces Beagle 2 Failure Report
IPOs in 2005 Raise Record $8.4 Billion
Trade Body Calls for Action on Erosion of U.S. Leadership
Starwood's San Diego Hotel to Convert to Fuel Cell Energy
Mini Helicopter Thinks For Itself - On The Fly - To React To Dangerous Situations
Mobile Industry Sees Viruses as Growing Threat
India's New Spectrum Policy May Include 3G
BAE Awarded $135.5m Defence Contract
2-16-2005
Taiwan Government Raids UMC Offices Over China Fab Links
Cell Phone use Coming for Airbus Fliers
Broadcom to Unleash WEDGE Platform
Bluetooth Chip Vendor Increases Profit as Sales Soar
GSM Group Targets Emerging Countries
Missing: One Russian Spy Satellite
Microsoft Plans New Version of Browser
Spectacular Balloon Flights From Esrange To Alaska This Spring
More Telecomm Megamergers on the Way
U.S. to Spend $5.8 Billion on Climate Change in 2005
2-15-2005
U.S. Cities Eye Ocean Waves for Power Supplies
Lockheed Plans Layoffs as Rocket Programs End
Wireless World: WiMax Is Coming
U.S.- Israeli Outfit Greases Wheels of Nano Commercialization
Cell Phone Industry Bets Big on Music
Interceptor Fails To Launch In GMD Flight-Test
Semico Bumps Up Market Recovery to September
Nokia Forecasts Big Jump in 3G Subscribers
Northrop Grumman Outfits U.S. Army with Weather Products
NTT DoCoMo Pioneers 'Dark Side' Research on Mobile Phones
2-14-2005
Silicon Valley Hotbed for Chinese Espionage
A380 Set for First Flight
Inventory Correction is Over, Look to Analog, Says Analyst
ST to Demonstrate Mobile Phone as Payment Terminal
UWB Gaining Infrastructure
Researchers Uncover Secrets Behind Nanotube Formation
New Measurement Undermines Physicists' Theories For Hidden 'Particle-Force'
Motorola Plans Low-Cost Phones in Emerging Markets
New Tools Making Online Work Easier
2-11-2005
IEEE to Amend Wireless LAN Standards
U.S. Wireless Market to Hit $212.5 Billion by 2008, Says TIA
Samsung Leads First Linux 3G Phone Design Effort
DHS Budget Request Seeks Funds To Start Office To Catch Illicit Nuclear Activities
Battery Company Integrates Li-ion, Bipolar Designs
Homeland Security Budget Includes $9.5 Billion for Private Sector
Inventors in Wildly Different Areas Honored for Achievements
'Electric Socket' in Sea to Make Waves
While Under Pressure Those Most Likely To Succeed Will Most Likely Fail
World's Fastest Oscillating Nanomachine Holds Promise For Quantum Computing
2-10-2005
Experimental Radar Provides 3-D Forest View
Whittaker Takes Robotics Where No Man Can Go
MEMs RF front-End Filters Needed
Why Smart People Crack Under Pressure
Critics Fear Hasty May 2005 Shuttle Launch
U.S. Studies Teleporting Troops ala "Star Trek"
Large Firms Wrongly Awarded Defense Small-biz Deals
Demand Will Continue to Outpace Supply in China
Lockheed Martin to Transfer Sensitive Aircraft Technology to Indian Company
2-9-2005
Power Line Networks Seen as Challenging Wireless
IEEE to Amend Wireless LAN Standards
Experts Chime in on Future of Camera Phones
2004 Silicon Shipments, Revenues Rise
Northrop Grumman Establishes Directed Energy Systems Unit
Twilight of the Jedi
HP's CEO Fiorina Gets the Boot
2-8-2005
China to Pioneer Meltdown-Proof Reactor - Take Lead in Nuclear Power
RF Micro Devices Extends Industry-Leading PowerStar Power Amplifier Module Portfolio
Microprocessor Challenge to Intel Launched
Nextel OKs FCC Deal on Wireless Spectrum
Missile Defense Takes Big Hit In 2006 Budget Plan
Can you read me now? No? Good!
DOD FY '06 Budget Rises By 4.8%, Focuses On Global Terrorism
ESD on the Red Planet - Use the Alien Body Model (ABM), Perhaps?
Clusters of Aluminum Atoms Have Properties of Other Elements - Reveal New Form of Chemistry
Navy to Cut Orders; Job Losses Seen
Bush Budget Seeks $344 Million in Nanotech Funding
NASA Budget Boosts Space Exploration, Cuts Aeronautics
2-7-2005
Intel Reveals MIMO Radio, Dual-Core Itanium
IBM, Sony, Toshiba to Reveal ‘Superbrain Chip’
Single-Chip Cell Phone ICs Seen as a Niche Market - Still Need a PA
Watch an Asteroid Whiz by in 2029
Congress Frets Over Saving Hubble Space Telescope
Filter Enhances Power Of Communications Satellites
Hold the Phone, VOIP Isn't Safe
Identity Thieves Can Lurk at Wi-Fi Hotspots
2-4-2005
Caution Urged For Switch To Internet Phones
Astronomers Find 'Hot Spot' on Saturn
Things That Make the Earth Go Hmmm...
Congress Frets Over Saving Hubble
New Spammer Tool Foils Filters
Distributors Spreading RoHS Data as Deadline Looms
Antenova Integrates Antenna, RF Components into Single Module
2-3-2004
ST Won't Have 'Single-Chip' Cellphone Integration Until 2007
Scientists Find 'Missing' Matter
Microsoft Unveils EuroScience Initiative
China Launches Satellite TV Service In Asian Region
Space Debris Crowds The Not-So-Friendly Skies
Cable VoIP Subscribers Jump 900% 2003-2004
2/1/2005
Drivers on Cell Phones Kill Thousands, Snarl Traffic...
Study: Cell Phone Use Ages Young Drivers
China, Russia To Hold First Ever Joint Military Drill
'04 Nano Funding Report: Less Money but Record Number of Rounds
Opportunity Rover Finds An Iron Meteorite On Mars
H-P Proposes Alternative to Transistors
Mixed Electronics Reports in Q4
Asia Boosts 2004 Equipment Sales
U.S. Telecom Spending Hits $784 Billion in 04
3G to Extend Compliance Testing Times
2-1-2005
Nanoscale Latch Could Replace Transistor - Disruptive Technology, Claims HP
Microsoft Formally Launches Search Engine
Shake to Dial
EU Commission Proposes Ban on Mercury Exports
EADS Space Unit Returns To Profit In 2004
Wine Drinkers Live Longer Than Beer Guzzlers
Nano Companies Plot Multiple Courses to Public Market in 2005
2004 Global Semi Sales Hit Record High (Am I the only one who thinks all the Semi sales reports conflict with each other day-after-day?)
Filtronic Abandons IPO for Handset Antennas Operation
 
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