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Tech Headline News Archive - May 2019

Technology Headline News Archives - RF Cafe

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 longer on the homepage. Headlines change daily (except Saturdays). Here are links to all the headline archives.

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5/31/2019

Geometry of an Electron Determined for 1st Time

Hot Trend in Smartphones: Not Buying a New One

• German Regulator Promises Light-Touch on Fibre

• Colliding Lasers Double Energy of Proton Beams

Qorvo Cuts Financial Guidance Due to U.S. Action Against Huawei

5/30/2019

• Ohio Tornadoes Badly Damaged Hamvention Arena

Ofcom Grants UK ISPs and MNOs Unrestricted Access to Openreach's Ducts and Poles

• Ericsson Opens 5G Testing Lab in Moscow

Highest-Temperature Superconductor Developed

South Korea to Hit 1M 5G Subscribers by End of June

5/29/2019

• Where the Engineering Jobs Are in 2019

• Judge Rules that Qualcomm "Strangled Competition"

• Rogers Plans to Launch NB-IoT Network Across Canada

FCC Denies China Mobile USA Application

Kids Excited About Radio - Go Figure!

5/28/2019

• GaN Helps RF Power Semiconductor Market Cross $1.5B in 2018

• EE to Launch 1st Commercial 5G Network in U.K. May 30

• 1st 60 Starlink Internet Constellation Satellites Launched

• Marine Corps Chooses Military Communications Equipment from PacStar

• DHS Warns of Chinese-Made Drones Could Be Stealing Data

5/27/2019

• Silicon Valley's New Hiring Challenge

• U.S. Gives Huawei 90-Day Reprieve

• FCC Seeks to Bolster U.S. Position in Midband Spectrum

• Major Chip Companies Follow Google to Stop Supplying Huawei

• Next-Generation Chip-Scale Atomic Clock

5/24/2019

• 5G Technologies Will Broaden Attack Surfaces

Radio Keeps Us Connected

• How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping the Workforce

• June Event in Europe to Assess Activity, Ability to Share 6 Meters Spectrum

• NASA Taps Companies to Advance Human Lunar Landers

5/23/2019

Hamvention 2019 - Sunday Roundup

• European Commission to Harmonize 26 GHz Band for 5G Deployments

Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Endorsed by FCC Chairman Pai

KDDI to Launch Pre-5G Services in September 2019

New BT Logo Looks More Like a Warning Than an Invitation

5/22/2019

• Samsung Sells 5M A-Series Smartphones in 70 Days, $1B in Sales

• ZTE Works with 40+ Global Operators for 5G Cooperation and Testing

• Can Telcos to Foot the Bill for Boosting Rural Connectivity?

• Analysts Duel on Chip Slump Projections

• Most Americans Think We're Too Reliant on Robots

5/21/2019

• Field Trials Start for 5G Broadcasting in Germany

Ford to Eliminate 7,000 Jobs, 10% of Workforce

• Ericsson's ConsumerLab Outlines Consumer Expectations for 5G

DOD Keeps Getting "Out Recruited" for Cyber Talent

Electric Air Racing Looking to Take Flight

5/20/2019

• The FCC is Not Reinstating a Vanity Call Sign Fee

• UK's Disastrous 4G Emergency Services Network

• Puerto Rico Declares May 14 as "Radio Amateur Day"

Kilogram Gets New Physics-Based Definition

Intel to Launch 7-nm Chips in 2021

5/17/2019

LED Light Can Damage Eyes

FCC Blocks China Mobile's Application for a U.S. Telecoms License

• Researchers Reveal Accuracy of 2-Qubit Calculations in Silicon

• Apple's iPhone Woes Could Worsen

• Public Voices Health Concerns over 5G in Chicago

5/16/2019

• GSMA Says Some 5G Auctions Artificially Inflating Spectrum Prices

• Supreme Court Rules to Allow Apple Antitrust Suit

WhatsApp Hacked Installed Spyware on People's Phones

Defense Software Budget May Get Streamlined in 2020

• Everything You Need to Know About LoRa and IoT

5/15/2019

• Apple to Change Antenna Structure in 2019 iPhones

Amazon Machines Pack Orders, Replace Jobs

• Facebook Co-Founder Say It's Time to Break up the Monopoly

• With New 5G Revenues Come Security Concerns

• U.S. Government Employees Have Highest Average Income

5/14/2019

• Illinois Could Charging $1,000/Year to Own Electric Vehicle

• San Francisco Weighs IPO Tax to Spread Tech Wealth

• Ericsson Takes on Consumer-Facing 5G Myths

• Solving the 5G Pricing Conundrum

Iliad Sells Towers to Reduce Debt Pile

5/13/2019

Huawei Trolls U.S. by Talking up Canadian 5G Ambitions

• FCC Approves SpaceX's Plan to Operate Starlink Satellites in Lower Orbit

Cost of 5G Phones Could Mean Long Early Adopter Phase

• musicFIRST Website Launched to "Save Local Radio"

Mobile Chrome Hoax Could Target Android Users

5/10/2019

• Tech Workers Attempting to Unionize

• Global Wireless RFID Readers Market Forecast for 2018 to 2026

• EU's Tusk Warns of Risks in Rise of U.S. Tech Giants

• China Bans Cell Phones, Other Devices from Giant Telescope

Wireless, Battery-Free, Biodegradable Blood-Flow Sensor

5/9/2019

• 5G Signal Could Jam Weather Satellites

FCC Revises Broadband Numbers Down for "Drastically Overstated" Data

• For Power in Workplace, 30 Is the New 50

ARRL Field Day (June 22-23) Gear Now Available

• Are Cellphone Making Life Miserable?

5/8/2019

• FCC to Update Rule for OTA Reception Devices to Spur 5G

• CTIA: DOD Report Fails to Reflect U.S. Standing in Race to 5G

• Putin Signs Putin "Sovereign Internet" Bill into Law

• U.S. Could Lose Key Weapon for Tracking Chinese and Russian Subs

China IC Production Forecast Strong 15% 2018-2023 CAGR

5/7/2019

Brooklyn 5G: Industries, Standards, and Machine Learning

KPN Bans Huawei from Its 5G Network Core

Vietnam Welcomes Its 1st MVNO

• China Unicom to Launch 5G Trials in 7 Major Cities

Flexible Circuits from 3D Printing

5/6/2019

Consumers Balk at Premium Smartphone Prices

• Verizon Names 20 More 5G Cities

• FCC, ARRL Sign MoU on Volunteer Spectrum Monitors Program

Global Semiconductor Sales Λ13.7% to $468B in 2018

• China to Build Research Base on Moon by 2020

5/3/2019

Terahertz Waves Could Push 5G to 6G

Find Your Next Tech Job in One of These Boom Towns

• T-Mobile to Launch 5G on 600 MHz in H2 2019

Looming 5G Price Wars and Industry Path to Monetization

• Tesla Model 3 Produces More CO2 Than a Diesel Car

5/2/2019

• FCC Proposes Rule Revision for Over-the-Air Reception Devices

Global 5G Smartphone Shipments to Reach 5M This Year

6G Too Much? 'Beyond 5G' Offers Alternative

• Has UK Cleared Huawei for 5G Networks?

Who's Firing? Who's Hiring?

5/1/2019

• Silicon Valley Could Be 2nd Richest Country in World

• IARU Argues for Protection from Wireless Power Transfer Spurious Emissions

• Defense Contracts Dominated by Top-5 Prime Defense Companies

• U.K.'s Theresa May Will Ban Huawei from 5G Network Cores

Intel Cuts 2019 Sales Forecast

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