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6/30/2009
Green Carbon Trade (Cap & Trade) Market Means Billions for Telecom, IT
% of Semis Consumed by Top OEMs Increased in 2008, Expected to Decrease in 2009
Army Awards Contract for Vehicle Intercom System
Telecoms Specialists Can Still Find Well Paid Jobs - if They are Prepared to Travel
Peeling Stickers May Lead to Stretchable Electronics
Russian Subscriber Growth - On the Brink of a Slowdown?
Japanese Spacecraft Finds Uranium on Moon
The Sound of Light: Innovative Technology Shatters the Barriers of Modern Light Microscopy
Silicon Labs Tunes Digital TV Receiver for Analog
Sprint to Be Exclusive Wireless Data Provider for US Census Count (hmmm... wonder how much they contributed to the Obama campaign?)
China Postpones Controversial Web Filter
Adobe Shutters Operations for a Week to Cut Costs
Is Digital Britain Broadband Target Fast Enough? - Asks MPs
EU Galileo Project Ill-Conceived: Auditors Court
Common Defense Absent from Cybersecurity
First Electronic Quantum Processor Created
MEMS Tool Market on the Rebound
Missing Moon-Landing Videotapes May Have Been Found
Challenges Loom on Tesla's Model S Project
China Unveils Fund to Finance Aerospace Industry (why not? we've already transferred all the technology they need to put us out of business)
6/29/2009
Skier's Life Saved by His Blackberry
Boeing Ships Next-Generation GPS Satellite to Cape Canaveral for Tests
Research Highlights Deficiencies in Canada's Proposed Wireless E911 Services
Scientists Create First Electronic Quantum Processor
Research Funding Needs a Sense of Direction
Fermilab's CDF Observes Ωb Baryon
New Exotic Material Could Revolutionize Electronics
EU Welcomes Plans for Single Charger Across All Mobile Phones
U.S., Russia in Dispute over Computer Attacks
U. of Arkansas to Get $1.5M for Nano Center
Toyota Technology Has Brain Waves Move Wheelchair
Dielectric Receives Grant to Develop Wireless Broadband Access Lab
NASA Wants Your Ideas for Digitizing Rocket Scientist's Notes
6/28/2009
Electronics Supply Chain Sales Still Waiting for An Upturn
Sophisticated Weather Satellite Rockets into Orbit
Intelligent Wireless Systems Developed for Monitoring Cultural Monuments and Historical Structures
Sony Eyes Cellphone/Game Gear Hybrid
Cellular 'Position Lights' Made from Nanoparticles
Agilent Introduces Family of Miniature Passive Probes with Bandwidths from DC to 1.5 GHz
6/26/2009
Senate Confirms Genachowski as FCC Chairman
Google Blocked in China
DoE Puts out Call for $3.9B in Smart Grid Projects
First Acoustic Metamaterial 'Superlens' Created
Magnetic 'Superatoms' Promise Tunable Materials
China Telecom in Talks to Offer BlackBerry
Technology Gets Parliamentary Committee Status
Clearwire Snags WiMAX Leftovers
Raytheon to Make Nano Thermal Materials for Defense Systems
Sky Will Fight Ofcom over Premium TV
Lasers Can Lengthen Quantum Bit Memory by 1,000 Times
EADS Lobbies for European Drone Business
ICANN Appoints Beckstrom to Look after Names and Numbers
Waterproof Lithium-Air Batteries
Researcher Discovers Method to Fully Process Encrypted Data Without Knowing Its Content
PC Shipments Bouncing Back Says Gartner
More Lawmakers Sign on Against Radio Royalties
Three Smart Technologies to Ease Work/Life Chaos
Global Recession Cuts Down on Global Warming (so, suffering is good)
County-by-County Cancer Risk Map (interesting)
6/25/2009
UC Boulder Students Design Real-World MMICs
China Mobile Sales up 9% in First Quarter
Top U.S. Executives Snub Facebook, Blogs
IEEE Awards Prizes for Tech That Benefits Humanity
UK Looks to Young Geeks to Secure Cyberspace
Governors Show Support for Amateur Radio as ARRL Field Day Approaches
Missile Defense Satellite Ready for Test Deployment
RFID in All New Mobiles by Next Summer
Fast-Charging Lithium Batteries Disputed
Apples's iPhone 3GS Costs $178.96 to Manufacture (...down to the penny, eh? I don't think so.)
Scientists Observe Liquid Water Below Freezing
Fifth State of Matter Probably Found in Sand
Raytheon Recognized by DoJ for Small Business Subcontracting Accomplishments
Work Begins on Underground Dark Matter Lab
Pirates Delay Submarine Telecoms Cable (another example of terrorists impeding progress, yet many want to tolerate it)
Clearwire Buys Additional WiMAX Radio Licenses
Microsoft Discloses Windows 7 Pricing
A Breath Mint Made from ... Coffee?
European Central Bank Injects $662B into System
Pro-Iran Hackers Deface Oregon University Web Site
WSJ: Climate Bill Would Be 'Biggest Tax in American History'
6/24/2009
Harvard Cuts 275 Jobs, Cites Drop in Endowment
Nokia Siemens Networks Confirms Sale of Eavesdropping Kit to Iran
'Lightbulb' Molecule Has a Bright Future
W1AW Announces 2009 Field Day Bulletin Schedule (June 27&28)
NASA and ESA Team Up for Mars Exploration
China Mobile to Construct 110,000 WLAN Hot Spots This Year
CDMA Subscriber Base Passed 480 Million Worldwide
Price Rises Loom on Notebook, Monitor Glass Shortage
Scientists Discover Giant Rydberg Atom Molecules
Dutch, Chinese Scientists Partner for Nanotech R&D
ORNL Finding Could Help Electronics Industry Enter New Phase
'Synthetic Tree' Claims to Catch Carbon in the Air
U.S. Creates Military Command for Cyber Battlefield
Scientists Directly Measure Charge States of Atoms Using Atomic Force Microscope
Never-Before-Seen Images from Saturn
IBM Roadrunner Dusts Cray Jaguar in World's Fastest Supercomputer Race
President Faces a Kennedy Decision on Space
6/23/2009
Tyco Electronics Shareholders Approve HQ Move to Switzerland
½ of Heavy Texters Report Problems with Neck and Arms
NASA Criticized for Sticking to Imperial Units
PC Shipments Suffer 23% Slump
Silicon Startups Get the VC Squeeze
Scientists Break Light Modulation Speed Record
Tech Industry Applauds TX Governor for Giving Schools Greater Access to Innovative Content and Technology
Chip Sales in April Show 'Best Growth Since 1996' (an exercise in specsmanship here)
Super-Fast Femtocell in Works, Says Ubiquisys
DOD Weighs Greater Use of Social Media
Survey Shows Widespread Concern About Mobile Device Security
IEEE Plans PoE Patent Pool
World's First Controllable Molecular Gear at Nanoscale Created
White House to Abandon Spy-Satellite Program
Will Japan Abolish Cash?
Computer Clusters That Heat Houses
Vodafone Launches First UK Femtocell
Intel and Nokia to Join in Mobile Chip Marriage
RUSNANO, Japan Tighten Nano Ties
6/22/2009
Global Mobile Industry to Lose $20B in 2009
WiMax Group Calls for Patent Pool
FCC Appeals to Industry for Broadband Ideas
Defense Spending Booming in North Carolina
U.S. Couple to Have World's First Weightless Wedding
NJ Bill Would Ban Operation of GPS Devices in Cars
Nokia Siemens in Deal to Buy Nortel Wireless Units
Coming Soon in India, A Super Regulator for Spectrum
NC DOT Warns Texters: 'Hope u r not driving now'
Semiconductor Engineers Losing Control, Adjusting to Economic Downturn and Beyond
Carbon Chip Technology Goes Commercial
New Method to Detect Quantum Mechanical Effects in Ordinary Objects
Chip Sales in April Show 'Best Growth Since 1996'
RFID: The Internet of Things
Herschel's First Picture of An Object in Space
Senate Passes Webcaster Settlement Act
Cell Phones That Listen and Learn
FTC Plans to Monitor Blogs for Claims, Payments
Japan Moon Probe’s Final Moments Revealed
Arizona Has Longest Stretch of sub-100° Days Since 1913 (Erie, PA, has had maybe 2, 80° days in 2009)
6/21/2009
Could Proposed Amendment Be a U.S. ROHS?
Herschel's Daring Test: A Glimpse of Things to Come
Lockheed Martin Announces 750 Layoffs
MEMS Markets See Growth Opportunities
Smart Grids and Telecom
Hughes to Launch 100 Gbps High Throughput Satellite in 2012
Apple CEO Steve Jobs Had Liver Transplant
6/19/2009
IBM Exec Picked to Head Patent Office
Most Efficient and Stable Source of Pure White Light Ever Achieved
U.S. Sees Lowest Ever Annual Growth Rate at 90% Penetration
South Korea #1 in Broadband Penetration
Stimulus Package’s $2B Investment in U.S. Battery Manufacturing
Chinese Startup's Electric Sedan May Be First on U.S. Roads
Is Smart Grid the Next Green-Tech Bubble?
Moon Probes Blast Off to Scout for Water
IBM, German Scholars Measure Atoms with Noncontact AFM
10 Phones to Challenge the iPhone 3G S
FCC to Probe Exclusive Mobile Handset Deals
Lawsuit Against U.S. on IP Trade Agreement Dropped for National Security
Printed and Chipless RFID Forecasts, Technologies & Players 2009-2019
New Technology Enables High-Speed Data Transfer
Layoffs and Networking: To Tweet Or Not to Tweet?
Broadband Booms and So Do Charges
Light Sensor Breakthrough Could Enhance Digital Cameras
Sleeping on a Complex Decision May Be a Bad Choice
Dutch Muggers Caught on Google Street View Camera
6/18/2009
IEEE, Industry Players in Race to Help Modernize Smart Grid
Microsoft's Ballmer on H1-B Visas, Immigration
School Offering Texting Classes
IBM to Forecast Space Weather from Solar Storms
WLAN Market Declines, But 802.11n Grows
Indian Mobile Services Market to Reach $30B by 2013
A Sonic Boom in the World of Lasers
Spintronic – The New Electronic?
Plan to Teach Military Robots the Rules of War
Households in Western Europe With TV Services to Top 180M in 2013
VSAT Proves Crucial to Battlefield Communications
Nanocrystals Reveal Activity Within Cells
Microsoft Extends XP Deadline
Human-Injectable Satellite Tracking Chip
Legends Named to Radio Hall of Fame
250% Speed Blast from Firefox 3.5 RC1
3-D, Real-Time X-ray Images May Be Closer to Reality
British Software Used to Crash Iranian Websites
Suitcase with $134B in Bonds Puts Dollar on Edge
6/17/2009
Graphene's Electrically Tunable Bandgap Leapfrogs Silicon
Young Canadians Ditching the Landline Service
Glitches Affecting Accuracy of Pentagon GPS Satellites
IEEE Engineering the Future Day, 125th Anniversary Recognized on Floor of U.S. House of Representatives
Iowa Teen is the Latest Texting Champion
ISuppli: Gear Costs to Derail Moore's Law in 2014 (not again!)
Britain Seeks to Become World's 'Digital Capital'
Magnetic Super-Atoms Discovered
First CDMA Phone with Analogue TV Receiver
Discovery Could Help Electronics Industry Enter New Phase
Boeing Advanced Tactical Laser Fires High-Power Laser in Flight
Synthetic Cells Get Together to Make Electronics
DOD Seeks $5.4B for Unmanned Systems in 2010
Swedish Port Gets Monster WLAN
Consumers Favor Internet over Cell Phone and Cable TV According to New Study
A Camera from a Sheet of Fiber
Today's DAB Radios Will Cope with 2015 Switchover, Mostly
MySpace to Cut 30% of Jobs to Boost Efficiency
Leak Grounds Shuttle Until July
Gold Sold Like Chocolate from German Vending Machines
6/16/2009
DoD Develops Radio Technologies to Overcome Spectrum Limitations
New Exotic Material Could Revolutionize Electronics
Endeavour to Launch Wednesday
North American Mobile Advertising Revenues to Reach $1.5 Billion in 2013
X-Band Technology Plugs a Critical Gap
A New Twist on Memristance
Will the Feds Force Apple to Break Up with AT&T?
Is Moore's Law Becoming Academic?
Most Powerful 'Sound Laser' to Shake up Acoustics
Gartner Ups Capex Outlook As Market Hits Bottom
An Odometer for Silicon Chips
Buckyballs Polymerised to Form Buckywires
Europe Working to Extend Space Station
Britain to Tap BBC for Broadband-for-All Funds
Mind-Reading Tech May Not Be Far Off
Semiconductor Engineers Losing Control, Adjusting to Economic Downturn and Beyond
U.S. to Take Stake in Key European Mission to Mars
Peeling Stickers May Lead to Stretchable Electronics
High-Flying Kites Could Light Up New York
Unmanned Vehicle Applications for Airborne Use Eyed for Warfare, Law Enforcement, Forest Fires
6/15/2009
Construction Group Seeks to Build Support for RFID
A Cheap Route to Robust LEDs
'Cloak of Silence' Tech Could Hide Submarines
Toshiba Claims Germanium Breakthrough for 16nm Chips
The Earth's Magnetic Field Remains a Charged Mystery
Vietnam to Launch Second Man-Made Satellite in 2012 (is that as opposed to non-man-made satellite launches?)
W1AW, WA6ZTY to Conduct Dual-Tone Frequency Measuring Test in July
'Stickies' Show Way to Stretchable Electronics
U.S. Defense Budget Insufficient to Maintain the Force Long Term
March of Dimes Reminds Lawmakers of Radio's Value
800,000 Callers Phone Digital TV Hot Line (pathetic - I saw a lady try to "return" an armful of converters at Walmart)
Microsoft to Google: “Bing It On!” and New “Bing It!” Verb
IEA Demands Energy-Efficient Devices
NASA OKs Wednesday Space Shuttle Launch
Gluing Particles Together on the Micro- and Nano-Scale
Crops Under Stress As Temperatures Fall (more bad news for Algore)
Microsoft Will No Longer Pay for Employee iPhones, Blackberries
6/14/2009
Tunable Graphene Bandgap Opens the Way to Nanoelectronics and Nanophotonics
Sprint Takes Femtocells Wholesale
Pricing Expert Stresses Need to Globalize Wireless
Mobile Phones, Facebook, YouTube Cut in Iran
Computing in the Quantum Dimension
Rivals Level Guns at IE in Enterprise Browser War
UTStarcom Cuts 2,300 Jobs
6/12/2009
IRS Wants to Tax You for Your Company-Provided Cellphone As a Benefit (someone has to pay down the $12T debt)
Boy Hit by Meteorite Travelling at 30,000 mph
New 'Electronic Glue' Promises Less Expensive Semiconductors
Signal Opportunities on the Slopes -- with RFID
Cadence Cuts 225 Jobs As It Aims to Save $30M
Laptops Linked to Male Infertility (entrepreneurs - an opportunity for tinfoil underwear?)
British MPs Attack Government over Science Policy
Could Power Point Presentations Be Stifling Learning?
DOD Taps Industry for Commercial Satellite Guidance
Wormholes Generate New Kind of Quantum Anticentrifugal Force
RFID Adopters Seek "Competitive Differentiation"
Mobile Market Riding High on Untapped Indian Rural Market
Fujitsu Achieves World's First Impulse Radio-Based Millimeter-Band Transmissions Exceeding 10 Gbps
Penn Scientist Finds Plumber's Wonderland on Graphene
Qualcomm Expands Live TV for Cell Phones
GSA: Regulators Should Auction Low As Well As High Frequency Spectrum
From 3G to LTE: Radio Access Networks Will Drive Mobile Revenue Growth in Latin America
Driving the Chevy Volt
Murata Samples Industry's Smallest RF Switch Connector
DTV Switch Is On: Millions to Lose Analog Signals Today
6/11/2009
CTIA and Cell Providers Dispute Call for FM Receivers in Cell Phones
A New Chemical Element in the Periodic Table
University of Texas Makes Flexible CMOS
IBM Invests in Battery Research
Mars Orbiter Resumes Science Operations
Satcom at a Crossroads
Hummingbirds Are Faster than Jet Fighters
U.S. College Grads Shun Wall Street for Washington (they want secure their positions in the aristocracy rather than the proletariat - they call high-paid government jobs "public service")
Local Radio Freedom Act Gathers More Support
Army Awards $363M Sincgcars Contract
Japan's Moon Probe Makes Crash Landing - On Purpose
Warship Radar Technology Designers Set Sights on Next-Generation Navy Cruiser
RFID to Revolutionize Coca-Cola's Dispensers
Masters Degree in Facebook Offered
Survey Shows Consumer Worried About Mobile Loss and Fraud
UL Extends Phase-out Date for Audio and Video Standards
ST-Ericsson to Cut 146 Jobs in France
Fewer Than 2.2M Households Unready for DTV
Peculiar, Junior-sized Supernova Discovered By NY Teenager
Terahertz SiGe Imager Sees Through Clothes
Vanderbilt Researchers Make Filler-less Freestanding Nanofilms
Caffeine Intake Prevents Risk Taking after Extreme Sleep Deprivation (more vindication!)
6/10/2009
New GM Chairman, "“I Don’t Know Anything About Cars”
Bluetooth Outscores ZigBee in Healthcare Scramble
Not So Windy: Research Suggests Winds Dying Down (human-caused wind slowing - the next crisis!)
Nokia Working on Power Scavenging Cell Phones
IT Staff Stealing Company Secrets
Hypothetical Motor Made Up of Just Two Atoms and a Ring of Light
Cessna Selects Aircell High Speed Internet for Citation Business Jets
GM Opens a Battery Research Lab for the Volt
Wi-Fi Setup 'Ttoo Difficult,' Says Survey
GSMA Applauds Actions to Establish a Harmonized Approach to Spectrum Allocation
European Experts Handle Largest Virtual Telescope in the World
Signs of Increasing Investments in Fabs (now see the next headline by other experts)
SEMI Says Fab Spending to Decline by 51%
Coke's RFID-Based Dispensers Redefine Business Intelligence
World's Thinnest MEMS Accelerometer from STMicroelectronics
RFMD Hits Non-GAAP Profitability Through First Two Months of Quarter
Engineers Unveil New Lighting Solutions
Science Labs Go Mobile to Bring Tools, Inspiration to Students
Harris Wins $13.5M in U.S. Air Force Orders for Vehicular Radios
Foundry Rankings Change As Shortages Near
British Toddler Has Same IQ Score as Stephen Hawking
Computer Accident Study Highlights Hazards of Home Office
6/9/2009
Big Growth in the World Satellite Market over the Next Ten Years
Mobile Phone Thefts Down in France
Foundry Industry on a Roll
Evidence of Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling Detected in Nanowires
RFID Thrives in Competitive Setting
Gadget Charger Harvests Wireless Power
Durham Produces All-Organic Memory-Transistor
In Twin Paradox Twist, the Accelerated Twin is Older
Radio Giant Clear Channel Amps up Digital Strategy
Air Force Gets Assistance with Foreign Aerospace Intell
NASA Announces Winners in Lunar Art Contest
China to Require Software on PCs to Block Sites
T-Mobile Customer Database Allegedly Hacked
6/8/2009
The Next Silicon Valley
Intel Invests $43M in Japan-Based WiMax Start-up
Foundry Semiconductor Market to Rise in the Second Quarter
Boeing B-52 with Combat Network Communications Upgrade Makes 1st Flight
Millions Face Blank Screens in TV Switch
Stimulus Package's $2B Investment in Domestic U.S. Battery Manufacturing
Indian Telecom Equipment Beats Downturn; Grows 20% to Nearly $25B
Nanoscale Zipper Cavity Responds to Single Photons of Light
Belkin and GPS: Slick FM Broadcast Channel Selection Assistance
Tech Companies Enlist Democrat to Blast Obama Tax Plan
China's Finest Telescope to Scan Most Celestial Spectra
6/7/2009
The 10 Hardest Jobs to Fill in America
1 in 7 Scientists Say Colleagues Fake Data
IPS Claims 15,000 Deep Discharge Cycles for Small Battery Technology
Japan Explores Using Cell Phones to Stop Pandemics
Alabama Hams Assist During Statewide Emergency Drill
GPS Shoes for Alzheimer's Patients
Irish High-Tech Start-up Activity Looks Strong
RIM Gets More GPS Property with Dash Acquisition
New iPhone Could Be Unveiled As Early As Monday
'Colossal' Magnetic Effect Advances Computing
Ohio School District Cancels Graduation Due to Massive Cheating
Space Traffic Management in the Earth 21st Century
RFID to Protect Intellectual Property
Chinese TV Agency Denies Plans for $14.5B WiMAX Network
Astronomer Who Found the Universe's Age Wins Big $$$ (of course, he will be proven wrong within 5 years)
No Geek License Needed for Latest Airport Hi-Tech
Sprint: How Soon Is '4G Now'?
6/5/2009
Smart Grids Should Get a Spark from Federal Stimulus Package
RFID to Protect Intellectual Property
Distributors: Downturn Hits Bottom
PCB Industry, While Still in Negative Territory, Shows Signs of Recovery
Inventors' Group to Address Patent Reform
SIA Sees Semi Rebound
Teledyne Wins $18.8M DARPA Contract for Terahertz Electronics
Three Bidders for Italian 3G Radio Spectrum
LA House Backs 15¢ Charge on Internet Access (the camel's nose under the tent?)
USPTO Introduces On-Line Customer Interface for Practitioner Changes of Address
General Dynamics to Boost MilSat Comms Capacity with $119M WIN-T Satellite Terminal Award
ERF Wireless' Vertical Plan for Rural Broadband
Graphene May Have Advantages over Copper for IC Interconnects at the Nanoscale
ESA Participates in the European Satellite Navigation Competition
Chinese 3G Spend Could Reach $150B
New Kind of Quantum Tunneling Experiment Goes Live
Twenty UFOs Fly in Formation over UK
6/4/2009
University Research Yields Flexible CMOS Circuits
FCC Fines Electronics Manufacturer for Marketing Unauthorized Radiofrequency Devices
WSTS Projects 21.6% Global Semiconductor Decline in 2009 (so, they calculated it down to 10ths of a %, eh?)
Japan Sets Mobile TV Pace, Seeks Standard
Despite Recession, Wireless Infrastructure CAPEX Should Grow in 2010
Roll-Up Solar Panels
Sweden Picks Site to Bury Nuclear Waste for 100,000 Years (yet the U.S. cannot seem to find a place... pure whacko politics)
Electronic Memory Chips That Can Bend and Twist
Wi-Fi Alliance Launches Additional New Test of 11n Draft 2.0
Nanoparticle Scattering Improves Laser Performance
Power-Sipping Cell Phone Displays Come Closer
Microwave Missiles: High-Energy Weapons in the Air Force
Bioenergy Makes Heavy Demands on Scarce Water Supplies
Common GPS Could Help Better Track Airline Flights
Luxtera Claims First Commercial Silicon CMOS Photonics Fabrication Process
Puke-Inducing Nonlethal Laser Weapon Unveiled
Obama to Renominate FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell
Windows XP ATM's Under Hacker Attacks in EU - U.S. Could Be Next!
1:6 Americans Get Income Check from Government (OMG, no wonder I paid $30k in taxes in 2008)
6/3/2009
'Cell Phone Elbow' Damages Nerves
Komatsu Laser Marks on Silicon Surface
WiMax Industry Hoping for Economic Stimulus Boost
Memory with a Twist: NIST Develops a Flexible Memristor
Power Lines Could Carry HDTV as HDMI Alternative
Test Results Raise Femto Service Concerns
Tests Rate T-Mobile Number One for Mobile Broadband
New MIT Radio Chip Mimics Human Ear
IBM Reportedly Cuts More Jobs in New York
Experts Address Issue of Compromised Components
Nokia is Top-Brand for Teenagers
Social Networking Up 83% for U.S.
Scientists Create Metal That Pumps Liquid Uphill
WiMAX Forum Starts Roaming Trials
S. Korea to Launch First Space Rocket in July
Transparent Solar Cells
ARRL Continuing Education Online Course Registration
Windows 7 to Be Released October 22
NASA Gets Ready to Study Space Radiation
Satellite-Based Navigation Avionics Could Help Save 10B Gallons of Fuel/Year
U.S. Air Force Aims to Launch Space Plane Next Year
Microsoft Ads Say Search Is Sick, Bing Is the Cure
China Blocks Twitter, Flickr, Others as Tiananmen Anniversary Looms
6/2/2009
EE Times Prediction: 10 Electronics Companies at Risk for Failure
Electronic Textiles Being Made
Prepaid and Gross Subscribers Keep the U.S. Wireless Market Growing in Q1 '09
Metals with Diamonds
Test Results Raise Femto Service Concerns
Experts Advise Mil-Aero Companies on ITAR, Export Issues
April Semiconductor Sales Better Than Expected
AMD Promises Notebook HDTV Through USB Stick
Wireless Update a Wide-Open Future
Motorola Delves into Wireless Embedded Modules
Honeywell Engineers Design COTS Hardware into Orion Advanced Avionics Design
Test Your Satellite Phone During Iridium Initiative
How Dangerous Is Lightning to a Jetliner?
Some Guantánamo Detainees to Get Laptops (ah, life at Club Gitmo)
6/1/2009
Drag Racing Goes Electric - Beating Gas
GM Says Bankruptcy Won't Affect the Volt (right, they also said they would not go into bankruptcy)
Experts Warn Cell Phones Face Hacking Threat
French Physicists Claim Breakthrough in Ultra-Fast Data Access
'Radar on Chip for Cars' Project Formed by German Car Makers and Suppliers
Mobile Internet Makes Its Way into Cars
Incandescent Light Bulbs Made Super-Efficient with Ultra-Fast Laser (no poisonous Hg - Edison's invention vindicated)
As Web Communication Shrinks, So Do Links
NIST Casts Doubt on Elastic Tunneling Model for Transistor Noise
Superconducting Chips to Become Reality
Ofcom: The Wireless Telegraphy (Short Range Devices) (Exemption) Regulations 2009
WiMax & LTE Meet the Real World
Scientists Engineer Cellular Circuits That Count Events
HP Enables New Field of Flexible Electronics with Reflective Display Technology
U.S. Online Travel Agencies End Airline Booking Fees
China to Launch First Mars Probe in Second Half of 2009
Bing vs. Google Face-Off, Round 1
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