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Technical Headline News Archive - December 2009

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12/31/2009
The Top 10 Everything of 2009
Broadcasters' Woes Could Spell Trouble for Free TV
Utilities Suffer from CFLs' Poor Power Factor
10 Tech Events That Shaped the Decade
UAE Mobile Penetration Rate Hits 200% (huh? does that mean 2 subscriptions per person?)
Future Jet Airplanes Could Be Electric
AlGaN-Cladding-Free Semipolar Laser Nears Green
County Sees Increase in Kids' Prank 911 Calls on Cellphones
iSuppli Exclusive: The Connected Car Arrives at CES
Citibank Says High-Volume NFC Pilot Shows Strong Usage
Oregon Cell Phone Ban Has Loophole
The 9 Most Controversial Science Stories in 2009
Why the Layoffs If We're Still Profitable?
Polyolefin Film is Critical to Electric Vehicle Success
Walls May Make Light Bulbs Obsolete
No Rise of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Fraction in Past 160 Years, New Research Finds
'Special Problems' Force Courts to Confront Cellphone Issues
Russian Scientists Working on Plan to Deflect Asteroids
Ten Resolutions Microsoft Should Make for 2010
Limbaugh Rushed to Hospital
12/30/2009
The Next 'Killer App'? Pet Electronics
Nokia Expands Patent Dispute Beyond Apple iPhone
ON Semiconductor Launches Bid for California Micro
Microsoft Pegs China Search Market as Top Priority
Engineer Shifts from Race Cars to Green Cars
Consumers to Benefit from Advances in Chip Design (is this really a new concept?)
Electronics Weekly: Top 10 Photo Galleries of 2009
9 Astronomy Milestones in 2009
Top 10 Municipal WiFi Stories of the Decade
Encryption Protecting Most Mobile Phones Has Been Cracked
Broadcom Settles Stock Option Backdating Class Action Lawsuit
2009 Top 5 Wireless Rumors
AT&T: The Most Hated Company in iPhone Land
New DirecTV Satellite Will Enable Over 200 National HD Channels
Japan's Mobile Phone Marvels Go Back to the Future
Buy A Palm Pre, Get Two Airline Tickets Free (maybe part of new airline security plan - must be brave male willing to tackle panty bombers to qualify?)
Magnetometers, X-Rays, and More: Airport Security Technology
Five Apps That Will Make 2010 the Year of the Gyroscope
U.S. Virtual Economy is Set to Make Billions (...like those bogus carbon credits?)
12/29/2009
Secret Mobile Phone Codes Cracked
China's 245 mph Train Service is World's Fastest... Completed in Just 4 Years
Top Computer / PDA / Phone Security Issues of 2009
Partial Eclipse Means a Blue Moon for New Year's Eve
The Lithium Rush (good photos)
USMC Selects TeleCommunication Systems Wireless P2P Link Systems for Mission-Critical Communications
Demand to Surge for Silicon Magnetic Sensors in 2010
GPS Strands Couple in Snow for 3 Days
Superatoms Mimic Elements: Research Gives New Perspective on Periodic Table
2009: The Year in Tech
Fluorine Enhanced AlGaN HEMTs (helps fight cavities)
Scientists Show How Bacteria Move Electrons Across a Membrane
The Year in Materials
Colorado U. Students to Build Tiny Spacecraft to Observe 'Space Weather' Environment
ON Semiconductor Launches Bid for California Micro
Tiger Woods Scandal Cost Shareholders up to $12B
LA Times Predicts: Another Turbulent Year for Media
Impact of FTC Versus Intel Overblown
Engineer Shifts from Race Cars to Green Cars
New Horizons Halfway Point to Pluto (at 37 kmph!)
Phone Points Illegal Border Crossers to Water (this used to be called aiding and abetting criminals)
12/28/2009
Holiday Cell Phone Shopping Up Fourfold
2010: 20 Good and Bad Signs for Electronics Biz
Microscopic Gyroscopes, the Key for Motion Sensing
MARS Gets New Name as It Fine Tunes Mission
Raytheon Wins $1.1 Billion Order from Taiwan for Patriot Missile Defense Systems
WiMAX Faces an LTE Broadband Crunch
Broken Berry: RIM Runs Out of Free Passes
New Dye Allows Experts to View Graphene
Europe Has Chance to Rebound, Says Avnet's Zammit
Wi-Fi Hotspot Usage is Shifting Away From Laptops Toward Mobile Phones
A Year of Stimulus for High Tech
Voyager Makes an Interstellar Discovery
Cell Phone Mania Forces Scramble for More Airwaves
Panasonic Develops Direct Methanol Fuel Cell System with High Power Output and Durability
Gesture-Controlled Technology Moves Closer to Reality
New Cash for Your Old Technology
A Mightier Mustang: Ford Offers 5.0-L Engine Option
12/27/2009
U. of London Engineering Student Attempts to Blow Up TWA Flight in Chicago
Direct Wafer Bond Route to III-V FETs
Handhelds Grab Larger Share of Hotspot Traffic
2009 in Review: Wi-Fi
EU Calls on Danish Telecoms Regulator to Align Mobile Charges
High-Tech Vehicles Pose Trouble for Some Mechanics
12/25/2009
Wannabe Copper Thief Lights Himself Up for Christmas (nearly qualified for the Darwin Awards)
Christmas Hackers Take Down Retailers - WalMart - Amazon, More
Average Net User Now Online 13 Hours Per Week
The Ariane Rocket Celebrates its 30th Birthday (Congrats! I remember its early days when it was more like a submarine)
FCC Calls Verizon's Logic for Increased Termination Fees "Troubling"
12/24/2009
NORAD Radar Track of Santa Claus Across the Globe
Glitter-Sized Solar Photovoltaics Claim Big Benefits in Small Cells
Scientists Create World's First Molecular Transistor
BlackBerry Outage Sparks User Revolt
Marines to Buy Additional Manpack Radios
Nanoelectromagnets Can Transfer Energy to Each Other
White House Names Ham as New Cybersecurity Coordinator
Samsung Pays in Dispute over Kodak Camera Patents
Iran to Unveil New Home-Built Satellite
'Venetian Blind' Outperforms Traditional Lenses
Lockheed Funds Defence Research
Europe's Goce Satellite Probes Earth's Gravity
Memory Chip Shortage Seen in H2 2010
New Materials Designed to Deal with Hypersonic and Supersonic Hot Stuff
Reactor Drawings Make Nuclear History Beautiful
12/23/2009
Nano Vacuum Tubes Could Make Better Batteries, or Memories
Analog FastSpice RF Delivers Noise Analysis for RF Circuits
#%*@#! The top 10 Tech 'Fails' of 2009
Court Bans Sale of Word; Microsoft Promises Fix
Bluetooth Low Energy Standard Confirmed
U.S. Navy Avionics Systems Integrators Embrace Open Architectures to Combat Parts Obsolescence
China Plans Reserve for Rare Earth Metals
Fourth PTB Atomic Clock Added to the UTC Club
How Intelligent Vehicles Will Increase the Capacity of Our Roads
ARRL Announces KF2YN's ARRL Antenna Designer's Notebook
Outage Cripples BlackBerry Americas Network
New-Generation Reactors Help Reduce Nuclear Waste
Global Chip Sales Were Strong in November
A Year of Stimulus for High Tech
San Francisco Phone Coverage Now Extends Under the Bay
New Memory Chip Uses Stacked Cells
BAE Systems Equips U.S. Army Helicopters with Infrared Countermeasures
New Crew to Dock at International Space Station
Shut Up and Drive: The Menace That is Mobile Technology
First New U.S. L-3 Spy Plane Due in Afghanistan by Christmas
12/22/2009
'Nerd' and 'Geek' Should Be Banned, Professor Says
Chinese Satellite XW-1 Receives OSCAR Designation
Ford Will Enable Wi-Fi in Some 2010 Cars
IEEE to Revise Mobile Phone Battery Reliability Standard
Scientists Demystify Utility of Power Factor Correction Devices
China to Require Internet "Whitelist" Domain Name Registration
FCC Media Ownership Workshop in January
BBC Net TV Plan Gets Green Light
Sensor Can Detect Single Nanoparticle and Take Its Measurement
RFID Captures Festival-Goers at Dragon Boat Race
Christmas Web Sales Spike after Snowstorm
ADI Boosts Fab Capacity
No Agreement on ROHS … Yet
Space's Greatest Moments from 2009
FCC Remarks at the Chicago Broadband Field Hearing on Small Business (tax everyone to deliver BB to maple syrup farmers in rural VT - have they heard of HughesNet?)
Modeling the Cosmic Web Trickier than Thought
App Army Promises New Tech Revolution
Researchers on the Path to Creating Nano-MRI Images
The Hypersonic X-51A WaveRider
12/21/2009
Today is 1st Day of Winter in North, Summer in South Hemisphere
Maine to Consider Cell Phone Cancer Warning
DARPA Asks Industry for Affordable, Low-Volume IC Manufacturing
Panasonic Turns Sanyo into Subsidiary after Acquiring over 50% Stake
Soldier Radio Waveform Ushers in New Era in Tactical Communications
Researcher Explains Mystery of Golden Ratio
Crew Blasts Off for Christmas Space Mission
A Quantum Leap in Battery Design
New Metamaterial Lens to Boost Communications
Station Apps Give Radio New Life on iPhone, Other Smartphones
Technology Becomes Friendlier to Older Generations
eWEEK Labs Picks the Stupid Tech Tricks of 2009
Midwest VHF/UHF Society Frequency Measuring Test
Cyber Challenge Tests Nation's Top Hackers
NASA Uses Algae to Turn Sewage into Fuel
BT to Complete Super-Fast Broadband Network by 2012
Technology Becomes Friendlier to Older Generations
Colliding Auroras Produce an Explosion of Light
Google Accused of Dodging Huge Tax Bill (Google's boardroom full of super-rich progressives who support taxing middle class while avoiding their own taxes)
Federal Health Takeover Risks More Cost-Shifting (dateline... Australia!)
12/20/2009
Lone Inventor Can Make Impact in Analog, Says Linear Tech CEO
Google Demonstrates Quantum Algorithm Promising Superfast Search
USPTO Launches Interactive Model Predicting Average Patent Pendency Timeframes in Relation to Varying Staffing and Filing Levels
Video: The Asteroid That Will Almost Hit Earth (not until 2029)
Google Fined $14,300 a Day in France Over E-Books
12/18/2009
NIST Automates Verification of VNA Calibrations
Scientists Film Photons Using Electrons
E-Skin: A Color-Changing Plastic Surface
RIM 3Q Profit Up 59% on Record BlackBerry Sales
As 'Operation Chokehold' Approaches, Readers Sound Off on AT&T Service
Intel Tweaks High-k Stack to Get GaAs on Silicon
Hot Electrons Could Double Solar Power
Military Contractor Developing Tools for iPhone
China Gets Femto Fever
Third Decline in History of Electronic System Sales
Winners, Losers in 2009 Chip Rankings
Quantum Information Brought Closer to Reality
The U.S. Air Force's Christmas Wish List: 2500 PlayStations
Complex Integrated Circuits Made of Carbon Nanotubes
MIT's Optical Chip Increases Power, Not Energy Consumption
IEEE Launches Revision to Standard for Rechargeable Cellular Batteries
Computer Simulation Strengthens Link Between Climate Change and Release of Subsea Methane (hmmm... probably not an anthropogenic cause)
MSNBC: The Decade in Science
Military Predator Video Intercepted by Iraqis
Twitter Hacked by 'Iranian Cyber Army'
Gender Divide in Children's Use of Cell Phone Features (conclusion: boys use more features, so of course it is society's fault that girls do not)
12/17/2009
Geeks Drive Girls out of Computer Science
Iranian-Backed Insurgents Hack U.S. Drones
Thermochemical Nanolithography Now Allows Multiple Chemicals on a Chip
Worldwide Semiconductor Revenue Declined $29B in 2009 (hmm... earlier reports said it would be up)
AIA Forecasts Slower Growth in 2010 for Aerospace Industry
FCC Could Bypass CableCARD on the Way to Spurring Broadband Adoption
Complex Integrated Circuits Made of Carbon Nanotubes
Broadband Touted as 'Civil Right' (Translation: I want you to pay for my Internet access. Oh, and give me a computer, too)
Government to Award Taxpayer Stimulus Funds for Broadband
Caltech Scientists Film Photons with Electrons
Graphene Can Be Molded with Water
Engineer Tapped to Head Smart Grid Standards Work
The Next Internet Boom: Connected Cars
FM Radio in the Google Phone?
PC Market Bounces Back, to Grow Through 2013
Why Your Boss Is Incompetent
Organisms Turn Microgears in Suspended Solution by Swimming
Freescale Charts a Debt-Free Future
Hams Help Out with Sea Rescue
Prince Charles Flies on Private Jet to Climate Talks ("used up 7 months' worth of the average British person's carbon footprint")
12/16/2009
Tech Career Environment Improving, Layoffs Becoming Less Likely
First Chinese Amateur Radio Satellite Now in Space
Grey Market Devices Boost Declining 2009 Mobile Phone Sales
McDonald's to Lift Fee for Internet Access
UK Electronics Distribution Market Shrinks by 13%
Wireless and Broadcast Industries Begin Spectrum Debate
SF Mayor Backs Radiation Labels for Cell Phones
FCC: Options for a National Broadband Plan
Americans Have Gone Text-Crazy
Strange Physical Theory Proved after 40 Years
U.S. FTC Sues Intel for Abusing Market Dominance
Tunnel Construction Companies Use RFID Badges to Text Workers
'Rock-Breathing' Bacteria Could Generate Electricity and Clean up Oil Spills
Organic and Printed Electronics Roadmap
Electric Cars Rolling Out
Smart, Wireless Parking: A Trojan Horse for Making Better Cities
Boeing Claims 'Historic Day' with Dreamliner Test Flight
The Dollar Bill Goes High-Tech
Simple RFID Tags Evolve into Complex Ultra-Low-Power SoCs, NXP Expects
Europe Gets off Microsoft's Back -- Ends Browser Antitrust Case
FCC's Lloyd Blames 'Right-Wing Smear Machine' For Distorting Views (but...Llody's on record praising Chavez's takeover of media)
12/15/2009
Teen's Cell Phone Bill Tops $20,000
Machines Make 4.3% of U.S. Mobile Calls
Australia Introduces Web Filters
GM (Government Motors) Launches In-Car Hotspots from Autonet Mobile
IEDM 2009: Stanford's CNT Transistors
The 2009 ARRL Spectrum Defense Campaign Needs Your Support
Scottish Minister Launches Transatlantic Research Venture
Stable Outlook for European Telecoms and Cable TV Sector in 2010
China and Taiwan Seek Cooperation in RFID
New Kind of Micro-Mobility: Microscopic System for Moving Tiny Objects Inside a Microfluidic Chip
Smartphones Driving Adoption of Mobile TV
LCD Screen Can Recognize What Happens in Front of It
Boeing's 787 Dreamliner Set to Make First Flight
Intersil to Buy Chinese Fabless Power IC Developer
Younger Generations More Accepting of Unsolicited Communications
People Who 'See' Numbers Have Better Memories for Dates
Army's Go Mobile Puts Big Computing Power into Soldiers' Pockets
A New Way to Break Ultra-Strong Chemical Bonds
Fed Employees Owe Uncle Sam $3B in Unpaid Taxes (solution: appoint them to high-level positions like TurboTax Geitner's so they have to pay)
Al Gore Shoots Self, Climate Summit in Foot (the fool also recently said Earth was "millions of degrees" a few km down)
12/14/2009
Navy Eyes Software-Defined Radio to Supplement or Replace Satellite Communications
4G Network Comes to Scandinavia
Army Inspects New Signals Intelligence System
3D Microchips to Boost Computer Efficiency
Hazardous Conditions for India's e-Waste Workers
Lithium [for batteries] to Be Extracted from Geothermal Waste
Wireless Heart Monitor Deployed in Italy's Ambulances
Google Employees Testing New Mobile Device
U.S. and Russia Begin Cyberwar Limitation Talks
Cellphone Users Call Vendors to Get Back to Basics, "Make a Better Phone"
Robots in the Home? Be Afraid
Atom Smasher Ramps up Collisions Before Year End
Higgs in Space: Orbiting Telescope Could Beat the LHC
NAB: Use Airwaves to Fight Potential Spectrum Grab
NASA Launches Infrared Telescope to Scan Entire Sky
Magnetic Power Revealed in Gamma-Ray Burst Jet
Sneaky Laptop Stings Thief
12/13/2009
Tax Informants Are on the Loose (supplement your unemployment income by ratting out your old employer)
Data Nerds Hack NASA — in a Good Way
Recovery Continues in Electronics Supply Chain Despite Stagnant End Product Orders (that means OEM inventory is building-unsold-unwanted)
117,000 California Unemployment Checks in Limbo Because of State's IT Systems Problems
12/11/2009
New Xerox Ink May Shake Up Electronics Manufacturing
Deep Discounts Drive Black Friday Tech Revenue Down, Unit Sales Up
Mentor Continues to Offer Training for Unemployed Designers
Student Self-Testing Earns High Marks as Study Tool
Scientists Create Material More Insulating than a Vacuum (politician skulls?)
Plastic Bags Recycled into Nanotubes
China Tech Purchasing Rule Angers Foreign Firms
Apple Countersues Nokia over 13 Patents
OTA Testing for Wi-Fi Mobile Converged Devices and A-GPS
Cheap, Plastic Memory for Flexible Devices
FTC Goes After Credit Card Robocall Scammers
Study: Most U.S. Wireless Users Satisfied
U.S. Teens Ignore Laws Against Texting While Driving
FCC Dismisses Two Amateur Radio-Related Petitions
Semi Capex to Be Up 45% in 2010
National Semiconductor Beats 2Q Earnings Estimates
FCC Announces Participants for Memphis Field Hearing on Digital Inclusion (more gov't hijacking of private industry)
Semiconductor Capital Equipment Market Growth is Accelerating
Web to Watch Government Spending
Number of U.S. Federal Employees Making >$150k Doubles in Last 18 Months (100k gov't jobs now being added each month)
12/10/2009
New Techniques Make Carbon-Based Integrated Circuits More Practical
Science Goes Back to Basics on AI
Photo Story: Plastic Electronics
ARRL Licensing Study Guides Coming to an eBook Reader Near You
DOD Falls in Line with Open Government Directive
The Engineer Technology and Innovation Awards 2009
FCC Plans to Formalize Internet Rules on Net Neutrality Draw Fire (gov't brown shirts want to regulate what news you can receive)
Nokia Pulls Plug on U.S. Flagship Stores
Part of the Daily American Diet, 34 GBytes of Data
NEMS Poised to Overtake MEMS
WiGig Group Gives First Peak at 60 GHz Spec
Battery Lithium Could Come from Geothermal Waste Water
Radios With Micromachined Resonators
Phone Claims Misleading: Brain Tumors
Mexico Aims to Complete Spectrum Auctions in 1H 2010
Mystery as Spiral Blue Light Display Hovers above Norway
Wireless Brain-to-Computer Connection Synthesizes Speech
12/9/2009
Ericsson Announces 950 More Job Cuts
Gallium Nitride (GaN) Transistor Could Replace Silicon
'Positive Momentum' Reported in Foundry Arena
IEEE Herz Award Goes to Burgmeyer
AT&T: Top 3% of Smartphone Users Consume 40% of Network
UK's Energy Smart Meter Plans Call for Expert M2M Capabilities
Lab Makes Solid Material Transparent to THz Waves  (cloaking)
U.S. Online Christmas Holiday Spending Up 3%
IR, Maxim, TI See Shortages for Analog
1.5B WiFi Chipsets to Ship in 2014
NASA, DARPA Host Space Junk Wake-Up Call
UK Broadband Tax Included in Pre-Budget Report
New 10% Tax Rate in UK for Patent-Derived Income to Encourage R&D (um... how does an additional tax on innovation encourage more of it? has the entire world gone nuts?)
Semiconductor Startup Funding Fell in 2009
Deutsche Telekom Announced First Voice Calls over LTE with VoLGA
Ordinary Paper + Ink Infused with Nanotubes + Nanowires = Instant Battery
Long-Term Thermal Probe into GaN-Schottky Performance
UK Science Budget Cut by £600M
Math Scores Show Improvement at Schools in Large U.S. Cities
Oops! TSA Posts Airport Screening Procedures Online (no problem, we don't say "terrorism" anymore)
12/8/2009
Scientists Say Paper Battery Could Be in the Works
Jobless Professionals Vie for Holiday Sales Work
Korea Offers Cash to Chipmaking Equipment Sector
The Future of WiFi: Gigabit Speeds and Beyond
GSM System About to Be Compromised
Not the First, Not the Last, Technology Predictions for 2010
Google QR Codes to Appear in a Store Window Near You
More Efficient Space Engine Uses Carbon Nanotubes
U.S. Accelerates Battery R&D, Green Patents
Device Powers Cell Phone Using Car's Wake
Sensors Move up to the Front Line in Afghanistan
Engineers on Course to Make Super-Efficient Solar-Electric Powered Boat
Toshiba Makes Stable MOSFET Based on Spintronics
World's Smallest Semiconductor Laser to Have Big Impact in Computing
Burt Rutan: Behind the Scenes at SpaceShipTwo Roll-Out
FEMA, FCC Announce Standards for Wireless Carriers to Receive and Deliver Emergency Alerts Via Mobile Devices
Boeing Team Installs Radar Antenna on P-8A Poseidon
Google Sues Work-at-Home Scammers
12/7/2009
Arizona Man Dies after Parachuting from Cell Tower (just in time for the 2009 Darwin Awards)
This Antenna Bends but Won't Break
MIT Team Wins DARPA's Social Networking Balloon Hunt + $40k Prize
How Australia's Top Scientist Earned Million$ from Wi-Fi
Firms Increasingly Allowing Staff to Use Their Own Computers at Work
Orbital Sciences Moves Ahead with Plan to Create Satellites with Orbiting Clusters of Modules
Scientists Build 'Single-Atom Transistor'
Copenhagen Climate Summit: 1,200 Limos, 140 Private Planes and Caviar Wedges (Hypocrisy? Sure, but they know idiots will overlook it)
UK Government Funds Centres for Doctoral Training
Majority of U.S. Consumers Willing to Recycle Phones - if Paid to Do So
Scientists, Lawyers Mull Effects of Home Robots
NASA Wants Moon Engineers
Santa's Science: Delivering Gifts Not Impossible
Smartphone Apps That Could Save Your Life
Virgin Galactic Unveils Commercial Spaceship
12/6/2009
Transistor Leakage Current Drops by 10x in Research Report
Understanding Mechanical Properties of Silicon Nanowires Paves Way for Nanodevices
New Study Calms Cellphone Cancer Fears - for Now (sheesh... it never ends)
Capital Expenditures by Chip Companies to Rise But So Will IC Demand
Researchers Put a New Spin on Atomic Musical Chairs
Strange Triangular Snowflakes Explained
12/4/2009
Open-Source Effort to Hack GSM
Wisconsin Signs Electronics-Take-Back Law
DARPA's Nationwide Balloon-Hunt Contest Tests Online Networking - $40k Prize
Grid Computing Tunes Tiny Transistors for Future Chips
Fine-Tuned: A Wholly New Approach to Tuning a Laser's Frequency
Polaris Says Trials of Location Based Service Outperformed A-GPS
ARRL CEO, General Counsel Present ARRL's Stance on BPL to FCC Commissioners
A Practical T-Ray Amplifier
Hot, Medium, and Cool Fusion
How Science Works Isn't Working in British Schools
Analog Devices' CEO: 'Our Enemy Is Us'
FCC: Should Broadcasters Give up Spectrum for Wireless?
A More Durable [Gearless] Wind Turbine
Survey: Radio Leads In-Car Listening
Can There Be a Free Web if No One Makes Money?
Missouri Proposes Banning All Drivers from Texting
Teen Internet Addicts More Likely to Self-Harm
Lime, picoChip to Announce 3G/4G Femtocell Design in Q1 '09
UK Pulls Plug on UFO Hotline, Will Use Funds for Afghanistan
Search Warrants Served at Yahoo, Google in Erin Andrews Stalker Case
Climate Head Steps Down over E-Mail Leak
12/3/2009
ST-Ericsson Looks to Cut a Further 600 Jobs
Stiff Competition & Economic Challenges Will Pressure Telecoms Operators in 2010
Semi Capacity Going to Be Short - SEMI
Synthetic Magnetic Fields 'Trick' Neutral Atoms into Acting as If Electrically Charged
Wi-Fi Won't Fry Your Childrens' Brains (well, that's good to know)
China Blamed for Decline in Base Station Sales
A Greener Way to Get Electricity from Natural Gas
When It Comes to Digital Embarrassment, Celebs are Apparently Just Stupid
FCC: Data Sought on Uses of Spectrum
Macroscopic Yarns for Nanotube Heat Shields
China Eyes Solar Power Market (talking video)
Intel Demonstrates 48-Core "Single-Chip Cloud Computer"
Scientists Hail Robotic Hand 'Breakthrough'
ARRL's Logbook of the World Reaches New Milestones
United We Stand: The Power of Aggregated Broadband
Ansys Releases Ansoft Designer with Nexxim 5.0 Software
Collision-Free Theory Explains Why Uranus Is Lying on Its Side
12/2/2009
USPTO to Deploy New Intellectual Property Training Modules
Cyber Monday Sales Climb 13.7%
Electromagnetic Fields Can Be Used to Cut Steel
UK Firm Announces Battery Breakthrough
Piezoelectric Scheme Seeks to Reap the Wind While Driving
Nokia Expects Mobile Phone Market to Grow 10% in 2010
FCC Plans to Turn Over Private Data to Aid Broadband Stimulus
Circuit Model for a Chicken Brain
InGaN LED Spillover and Efficiency Droop Explained
Google May Build Greentech Power Plants
Multiferroic Compounds Used to Produce Smaller and Cheaper Digital Memories
Climate Boss Quits over Faked Global Warming Stats
Motorola Still Working to Split Off Mobile Devices Business
Sodium-Ion Cells for Cheap Energy Storage
Strange Triangular Snowflakes Explained
Google Strengthens Paid News Content Walls
Private Aerofleets of Hollywierd Eco-Hypocrites
Fix May Revive PCs Plagued by Mysterious Black Screen of Death
12/1/2009
U.S. Forest Service Tracks Capitol Christmas Tree with RFID
Shape Shifters: Researchers Create New Breed of Antennas
Delta Develops Electric Vehicle Propulsion System
WiMAX Accounts for Over 25% of Last Mile Broadband Stimulus Applications
Austriamicrosystems Announces Single-Channel 125-kHz Wakeup Receiver
Best Buy Wants Your Electronic Junk
Salary Survey: 'Hot' Tech Markets Leave Chinese EEs Cold
Sparks Fly from All Sides: The H-1B Visa Debate
UK Universities Play Role in EU Nanotechnology Project
ARRL - Appropriate Use: Guidelines and Waivers
Scientists Demonstrate Multibeam, Multi-Functional Lasers
Record Decline for Semiconductor Equipment Sales in 2009
Nanomaterial Withstands 850 ºC
Cellphones Team Up to Make Wi-Fi Where You Want It
Pub 'Fined £8k' for Wi-Fi Copyright Infringement
Young People More Fussy Than Their Parents About Poor Customer Care (...and are more likely to be the ones providing that poor service)
Virgin Galactic’s Space-Grazing Aircraft Ready for Liftoff
Windows Black Screen of Death: What You Need to Know
Limbaugh Tops Poll on Influential Voices
Office 2010 to Ship in June 2010
 
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