Technical Headline News Archive - October 2008

Technology Headline News Archives - RF Cafe

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Magnetism and Nanocrystals Promise Denser Storage, New Devices

Grim Outlook Seen for Semis

Ultrafast Lasers Give Researchers a Snapshot of Electrons in Action

Analysts at Odds over Mobile Phone Sales

Freescale Dragged to Loss; Will Lay off 10%

One-in-Ten Mobile Broadband Users Feel That They Have Been Mis-Sold

Perfect 10 Image from Repaired Hubble Telescope

Linux Could Save Motorola's Mobile Phone Business

Banks, Telcos to Decide on Wallet-Phones

Sprint to 'Retain' & Spruce Up iDEN

Phoenix Goes Quiet

Court Limits 'Business Method' Patents

Replacing the CRT - Take 3

Mini 11, World's Smallest Explosive or Bio-Terrorism Detector

Toyota Robot Maid Learns from Mistakes

Hubble Telescope Back in Business

Difficult to Read Instructions Decrease Motivation


IEEE Members Loom Large Among Tech Elite

CSR to Cut Jobs as Sales and Profits Slide

Colleges Entering 'Difficult Financial Times'

Wireless Warriors

War of the Worlds: 70th Anniversary

Holiday Spending on Consumer Electronics to Grow (see below for opposite conclusion from the 'experts')

Mobile and Wireless Handset Device Market Stalls, Christmas Fears Rise

European, U.S. Sales Hold Back Global Chip Growth

A Fast, Programmable Molecular Clock

India Poised to Be Major Player in Satellite Manufacturing

Election-Night News to Co-Star Latest Technology

Energy-Generating Spinning Wheel Provides Power for the Poor

Conscientious People Live Longer

Glitch Reports Mount for e-Voting Machines

Venezuela Launches First Satellite with Chinese Technology

Scientists Grow Bigger, Better Diamonds

Militaries to Spend $44.5B on ISR UAVs

Intel Invests $20M in China-Based Cleantech Start-Up

BMV Readies for Wireless Network Rollout in 2009

Exxon, Shell Profits Soar on Oil, Refinery Strength

NASA May be Able to Speed up Launch of Moonship


MPs Ask for Views on State of Engineering in the UK

Online Community for Women in Science

Mobile Money Transfer and NFC to Account for 50% of the M-Payments Market by 2013

Black Silicon Promises Cheaper, More-Sensitive Light Detectors

Satellites Approach the Shannon Limit

Component Distributors See First Signs of Slowdown

Will Robots be Taking Your Job?

New Mass Sensor to Weight Atoms with Unprecedented Resolution

Electricity Found on Saturn Moon--Could It Spark Life?

Microsoft Gets Patent for Patently Offensive Audio Content

65% of Unemployed Americans Have Cell Phones

At Mayo Clinic, RFID Slashes Error Rate

Nortel Wins Largest Ever 3.65 GHz WiMAX Contract

U.S. Border Crossings Reading New RFID-Enabled Documents for Screening Vehicles

U.S. Court Rules in Favor of Seoul Semiconductor Against Nichia

Opening the Airwaves

Soapy Property Improves Electron Mobility in Organic Semiconductors

Windows 7 a Big Improvement over Vista


Semiconductor Industry can Expect 'Long, Dark Season' for OEMs

Wi-Fi Alliance Studies Possible 11n Confusion

Princeton Warning on E-Voting Machine Hack (done in 7 minutes)

Gates, Microsoft Lobby FCC for Unlicensed White Spaces Use

Home Broadband Still Twice as Fast as Mobile Broadband

Physicist Ian Appelbaum Puts New Spin on Semiconductors

New Process Increases the Energy Output of Methanol Fuel Cells by 50%

Constructing a Global Solar Energy Grid

Mobile Phone Users Curbing Spending and Upgrade Plans

Anadigics' Revenue Falls More-Than-Expected 28%

Intel to Add Wi-Fi 'Personal Area Networking' to Centrino 2

HomePlug AV: Partial Power Line Progress

Testing WiMAX, Testing

Mathematicians Illuminate Deep Connection Between Classical and Quantum Physics

IEEE-USA President Encourages Greater Investment in People, Technology, Energy R&D at Innovation 2008 Conference

Airport Scanners Showing People's 'Private Parts' to Get Scrutiny

Reduce Computer Power Usage? Silicon Optical Fiber Made Practical

Forecast: U.S. Military Spending Down, IT Spending Up

iSuppli Does BlackBerry Bold Teardown, $169 BOM

Dingell Dangles White Spaces Questions

Nuclear-Powered Passenger Aircraft to Transport Millions

Climate is the Real Crisis: Britain's Prince Charles (this guy needs a job)


U.S. Department of Justice Approves RFID Licensing

Tektronix Runs Oscilloscope as 20 GHz Spectrum Analyser

A Better Network for Outer Space (Outernet?)

Wireless Bolsters Verizon Profit Despite Economy

Deploying an Explosion Proof Wi-Fi Network for Oil Rigs

New Technology Improves RFID Systems

Wireless Carriers Up Opposition to Free WiFi

Convergence 2008 Draws Automotive Electronics Giants to Detroit

FCC Responds to ARRL Petition Against Experimental License using 40 Meter Band

A Wireless Bone Healing Monitor

Electronics Events in Brazil

New EU CO2 Caps Anger Airlines

Corps of Engineers Helps Guide Iraq Infrastructure Progress

Armadillo Rocket Takes $350,000 Prize

U.S. Army Says Blogging Site 'Twitter' Could Become Terrorist Tool

Northrop Grumman Continues to Update B-52 Electronic Warfare Systems

Cameras Capture Fireball in the Sky

Text Messaging, IMs a Ticking Time Bomb

Four Engineering Teams Triumph in High Stakes Venture Lab Competition

Smarter People More Likely to Vote


North Korea Clamps down on Mobile Phones to Stop News of Food Crisis

Chemists Devise Self-Assembling 'Organic Wires'

Underground Lab Probes How Matter Licked Antimatter

Highest Silicon Solar Cell Efficiency Ever Reached


"Mother of All Quantum Networks" Unveiled in Vienna

Electronic Supply Chain Sales Recover in August

2008 ARRL Online Auction Running Now

Stephen Hawking to Retire from Prestigious Post

NAB Fight Against 'White Spaces' Access Gains Congressional Support

German Study Finds Most RFID Deployments Deemed a Success

335,000 Cellular Base Stations to Include Solar Power by 2013

Silicon Valley's Mystery Meeting of CEOs Revealed

Patent Prosecution Highway Pilot Program between the USPTO and Danish PTO

Google Wants to Expand into Russia, but Russia Won't Let It

The Sky isn't Falling and That's a Problem - Space Junk

FCC Seeks Comment on HD Power Increase

U.S. Wind Energy Industry on Track to Post Another Record Year

Next Round of PAVE PAWS Mitigation Contacts Begin

Scientists Develop High-Performance Steel for Possible Use in ITER Fusion Project

Bill Gates Creating New Company

Samsung Q3 Profit Falls 44%

World's Most Advanced Microscope Unveiled

Australia Plans Electric Vehicle Network

30-Year-Old Hobby-Lobby R/C Airplane Wins UAV Contest


Peeling Scotch Tape Emits X-Rays, Startling Study Finds

Broadcom Pushes High-Speed Bluetooth Standard

IET Issues New Guide on EMC for Functional Safety

WJ Boosts TriQuint's 47% Growth as Profit Triples

Coalition for Affordable Communications Urges FCC to 'Stop the Vote' Increasing Phone Rates

3D Nanotube Assembly Technique for Nanoscale Electronics

Older Adults Increasingly Adopt Text Messaging

India Eyes Larger Slice of Satellite Launch Sector

Air Force Creates New Pilot Programs for Drones

Denser, More Powerful Computer Chips Possible with Plasmonic Lenses that 'Fly'

Nokia's Naked Ambition: Moving Beyond Cellphones

Google Releases My Location with Wi-Fi

Justice Department Gives Nod to EPC Gen 2 Patent Pool

Comcast to Roll out Faster Internet Speeds (up to 50Mbps)

Finally, BlackBerry Bold to Hit the U.S. on November 4

RadioShack Posts Profit, Cites Sales Slowdown

Hybrid Memory Solves Key Problem for Quantum Computing

Could Your Initials Influence Where You Choose to Work?

McCain and Obama's Tech Platforms

90% of Americans are Satisfied with Their Jobs

UK Electrowetting Flexible Display Project Gets £12M Government Backing

The 'Gore Effect' at Harvard - Record Cold Temps at Speech

Magic Solar Milestone Reached: UNSW Claims 25% Solar Cell Efficiency Title


Telecom Workers Throw Their Shoes at Thai PM

Physicists Find a New State of Matter in a 'Transistor'

MEMS Price to Fall As Production Rises

Eels' Shocking Secrets Could Power Devices

Handset Chip Streams Music over FM Link

ARRL Files Petition with FCC against Experimental License Using 40 Meter Band

First Antenna-in-Package Solution for Single-chip 60 GHz Radio

Moore Foundation Awards RIT Award to Develop Noiseless Detector

India Launches First Unmanned Moon Mission

Panasonic Engineers Introduce Methanol Fuel Cell Prototype

Recent Stock Market Decline Causes Economic Cybercrime to Hit All-Time High

Keystrokes Can Be Sniffed Without the PC Being Compromised

ARRL Announces New Youth Editor

Do 5 Simple Things a Day to Stay Sane

Russia Set to Invest Heavily in Space Industry

Navy Shipboard Technology Evaluation Deal Awarded

Microscopic Structure of Quantum Gases Made Visible: Bose-Einstein Condensate

E-Voting Under Scrutiny as U.S. Election Enters the Home Stretch

Google Opens Android Source Code to Mobile Developers

Millionaire Hedge Fund Boss Thanks 'Idiot' Traders, Retires at 37

Oil Falls Below $70 on U.S. Recession Fears

Dutch Youths Convicted of Virtual Theft


Texas Searches Prisons after Death Row Phone Found

Brazil 'Hopes to Launch Satellite Rocket in 2011'

TI to Sell Part of Wireless Chip Unit

WLAN Chip Market to Pass $4B in 2012

Wal-Mart, DOD Point to Sustained RFID Progress

Richard Garriott, W5KWQ, Gets Busy from Space

Study Finds Wireless Ties Binding Families

Fujitsu Develops Zero Power Standby HEMT

Motorola Shows off New Luxury Mobile Phone

Researchers Craft Cell-Level CMOS Implants

Fusion Projects Hang in Limbo

Is the Sun Setting on Solar Power in Spain?

Austrian Firm to Produce Electric Off-Road Motorcycle

Circuit City Might Close 150 Stores, as Possible Bankruptcy Looms

Killer App for Cell Handsets

100 Best Places to Live in America's Small Cities

Do Cell Phones Increase Brain Cancer Risk?

First U.S. Math Textbook up for Auction

Producing New U.S. Energy Crops by the Barrel


Calls for More Research into Mobile Phone - Brain Cancer Links

Ericsson Reports Stronger Than Expected 3rd Quarter Results

Hawaii to Turn off Analog Early

Intel Commits $120M in Science Programs

FCC Sets Election Day Blockbusters

Bush Signs Defense Authorization Bill

Korean Tech Makes Hydrogen up to 30x Cheaper to Produce

Survey Finds Optimism Among Tech Executives

British Defence Ministry Releases UFO Files

First Tunable, 'Noiseless' Amplifier May Boost Quantum Computing, Communications

Hubble Space Telescope Crashes Again

Sun + Water = Fuel

UK Start-Up Produces Programmable Silicon Fabric for SOCs

Motorcyclist Jailed for YouTube Speeding Stunt

SEMI Book-to-Bill Slips to 0.76; Lowest Since '01

InP Substrate Market to Grow at 38% to $75M in 2012

Open Source in Mobile Phones: Challenges for Software Vendors

Future Planes, Cars May Be Made of 'Buckypaper'

Conexant Sells Wireless IP for $15M

Countdown for India's First Moon Mission Begins Tomorrow

Lunar Lander Teams to Compete for NASA Prize


Buckypapers Clarify Electrical, Optical Behavior of Nanotubes

High-End Mobile Apps Largely Ignored, Survey Finds

U.S. Nuclear Family Also Technology Family

Russia to Have Five Weather Satellites by 2013


Suspected Robber Nabbed by Stolen Cell Phone

Self-Assembled Organic Circuits

No Higher Risk of Leukemia for Children Living Near Powerful Radio Transmitters

Putin's Pup Tests Russian Version of GPS

Every E-mail in UK to Be Monitored

Hubble Space Telescope up and Running Again

Academics Predict Growing Cybercrime Sophistication

Silicon Ink Targets RFIDs

Satellite Operators Call for Consistency Between EU Space and Telecoms Policies

White Space Devices Might Appear in 2009, if FCC Directive is Clear

Macroeconomic Conditions Produce Semi 'Haves' and 'Have Nots'

IR Expands Family of RAD-Hard Logic Level MOSFETs

Kovio Unveils Printed-Silicon HF RFID, Chip Tag

Philips Shows Magic Wands and Electric Dresses

Mass Production of Plastic Solar Cells

Is Falling Fab Equipment Book-to-Bill Good News for Chips? to Offer Free Cell Phone Headsets to Those Ticketed Under the New Law

Investigators Rule Out Wireless Device Interference in Qantas Mishap

E-Mails Asking for Personal Information Are Not from ARRL

Chinese Battery Company Readies Hybrid-Electric Car


U.S. Tech Jobs Increase, But Growth Slowing

First Tunable, 'Noiseless' Amplifier May Improve Communications

Skin Rash Warning for Some Cellphones

U.S. FCC to Mull Verizon, Sprint Deals; White Space

Einstein's Relativity Survives Neutrino Test

Europeans Aim to Build Own Manned Spacecraft

360 People Stopped for Driving While Chatting in UK County

TV Remote Controller Uses RFID to Become Battery-Free

Researchers Propose Flexible Power Microgrids

FCC Chair Eyes Fallow TV Airwaves for Broadband

ARRL General License Course on CD-ROM Now Available

The Investment Outlook Sours

Creating Wireless Network Using Visible Light

GE Scientists Develop Battery-Free, Multi-Detection Wireless Sensors

Nokia Reports Sharp Drop in Q3 Profits

Economy Makes Bosses Consider Smarter Working

What if the Feds Bailed out the Busted Dot-Coms?

Navy Endeavor to Reduce Energy Consumption

FBI Sees Rise in Computer Crime

Modeling the Atomic and Void Structures of Amorphous Materials


Nokia is Top EU Company for R&D Spending

WiFi Encryption Cracked by Russians Using Nvidia Graphics Cards

VoIP-Connected Households to Grow by 8.5M by 2011

Significant Process in Creating 3-D Stacked Integrated Chips

FCC Official: Digital TV Switch Will Be Messy

IBM Extends China Research

Replacing Hard-Disk Drives with Solid State

Fabless Revenue Growth Slowed Y/Y in Q2

Nokia Siemens Says Shipping 4G-Ready Network Gear

Water-Repelling Metals

Electronics Companies Innovative to Meet Evolving Power Needs on Digital Battlefield

NASA to Start Long Distance Repairs on Hubble

Paint That Can Prevent Plane Crashes (this is ingenious)

A Heads-Up on Headphones and Your Hearing

Probe Sees Unused Internet

Study: Web Searching Keeps Brain from Getting Old

British Government Minister Warns of Terror Threat

U.S. Authorities Shutter Worldwide Spam Operation

Website Lets Kids Report School Bullies Incognito

New Comet Discovered by Canadian Astronomer


Free WiFi Gets FCC OK

Harvard Spinout Licenses 'Black Silicon' Patents

U.S. Air Force Looks for Outside Help with Technology Programs

Get Ready for the 51st Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) This Weekend

Renesas COO: Economy to Have 'Severe' Impact on ICs

Analog Era Slowly Sputters, Clicks to a Close (Bob Pease would have something to say about that)

New Service to Stop Loose Lips from Crashing Cars

Navy Honors 'Father of Electronic Warfare'

OpenOffice 3.0 Released Today

Microsoft Rumored to Be Eyeing RIM

Google's Employee 20% Time Projects Pay Dividends for the Rest of Us

Finally, Sunspots Have Been Spotted

SEMI Discovers the 'Perfect Industry'

Cassini Fly-By Reveals New Insights into Titan's Life

Russian Spacecraft Carrying American Docks with ISS

U.S. Air Force Demotes Cyberspace Command

What Do You Know? Not as Much as You Think

Computers Crack Jokes in Unusual Artificial Intelligence Test

European Green Plans Jeopardized


H-1B Visa Fraud Found

Qantas Probes Laptop Interference Link after 300 Foot Plunge

Spectrum Defense: "More Work to Do"

Tech Firms' Growth, Profit Outlook Less Rosy

Qualcomm Targets GPS-Enabled Handsets with SiRF Deal

EU: Turn Down Those MP3 Players!

13.56 MHz RFID Reference Design Offers a True 64-bit Encryption Engine and Lower Host-side BOM

Vishay Terminates Offer to Buy IRF

U.S. 'Smart Lighting' Effort Targets LED-Based Wireless Nets

Emerging Markets Mobile Penetration to Rise from 46% in 2008 to 95% by 2013

A New Telehealth Age Dawns

HD Radio Hits Manufacturing Milestones

Emerging Technology Trends in 2009

Qimonda Restructures, Cuts 3000 Jobs

Plastic Film Could Make House Lights Obsolete

Fujitsu Claims First High-Output GaN HEMT to Cut Power in Standby Mode

Messenger Sets Record for Accuracy of Planetary Flyby

Baldness Gene Discovered: 1 in 7 Men aAt Risk

The Panic of '08: What Made Investors Run for the Exits?

Creator of the "Ultima" Video Game Series Flies into Space for $35 Million


Spinoff 2008 Highlights NASA Innovations in Everyday Life

iSuppli Darkens Semi Outlook

Kenya's Elephants Send Text Messages to Rangers

Tech Firms' Growth, Profit Outlook Less Rosy

Warning to USPTO Customers: Trademark Monitoring and Document Filing Companies


Alert Issued Over Eco Light Bulbs

Mass Experiment in Telecoms Quality Perception

New Spintronics Effect Could Lead to Magnetic Batteries

Pennsylvania Becomes 27th State with Ham Antenna Law on Books

'Geeks On Call' Outsourced IT Services Available to Christmas Decor Franchises

Army Taps Six to Provide pRFID Tech

Electric Field Boosts Fuel Economy

China to Allocate Additional Spectrum to 3G Networks

Taiwanese Agency Tests a Broad Range of RFID Uses

Smart Phones and Mobile Devices in the Office: Who's Using, Who's Paying?

Promising New Material Could Improve Gas Mileage

SiRF Signs Patent Deal with Qualcomm - Gets Broadcom Review

Narcissistic People Most Likely to Emerge as Leaders (I am neither surprised nor encouraged by this news)

Sticky Nanotape

Micron Cutting Workforce by 15%

Handset Navigation Users Will Reach 70 Million in 2014

Global Auto Market May "Collapse" in 2009: J.D.Power

GM Shares Fall to Lowest Level Since 1950

iSuppli Cuts Chip Forecast on 'Warning Signs' for Market

Asian Stocks Fall, Set for Worst Week on Record; Banks Plunge

Reflective Plastic Replaces Glass in Solar Energy Conversion


Gartner Slashes IC Capex Forecast for '08, '09

Scientists Create Superconducting Thin Films

Semi Equipment Demand Not Expected to Recover Until 2010

Yale Professor Proposes Unipolar CMOS

Europe Announces its HiPER Laser Fusion Programme

Researchers Want LED "Hot Spots" to Replace Wi-Fi

121 Million Mobile Users in Japan by 2011

New Material Could Act as Nanofridge for Microchips In Smaller and Faster Computers

Cash Woes 'Devastating' to Science

IMEC Embeds First Functional Optical Links in Flexible Substrate

The Future for Analog ICs is in the Hands of Handsets and TVs

Does Still Matter? (RF Cascade Workbook for OOo)

100 MW of Wind Turbines Planned for British Canals

Quantum Encryption at the Verge of Commercial Use

DOD Needs to Enforce Its Own RFID Mandate, Says IG

Renault Bets on Electric Vehicles

Stations Go All-Christmas Without Changing Format

New, Smaller Satellites are Developed

How Green Is Plant-Derived Gasoline?

Singapore to Make Temporary Licenses Available for Visiting Hams

TV Newsrooms Lose 360 Positions (gee, wonder why TV networks just aren't popular anymore?)


Tech Firms Prepare for the Worst

World's Most Used RFID-Based Cards Hackable in Ten Minutes

Warning to USPTO Customers: Trademark Monitoring and Document Filing Companies

Invention That Could Change Design of Future Memory Storage Devices

EU Scientists Launch New, 'Unbreakable' Encryption System

AT&T Shares Results from 2008 Parent-Child Texting Survey

Last Night's Fireball Impact Generated Light Show

Ensuring Chip Stability

BlackBerry Storm Mobile Smart Phone Thunders into Market on Verizon Wireless

MESSENGER Returns Images from Mercury Fly-By

Spectrum Bridge Solves the White Space Problem

ARRL Continuing Education Online Course Registration

SpaceDev Achieves New Milestone in NASA Space Act Agreement

Broadcom Claims Qualcomm's Licensing Practices Violate U.S. Law

India Gets Ready to Launch First Lunar Spacecraft

Human Error Likely Caused CERN Atom-Smasher Breakdown

EU Proposes Increased Rights for Internet Shoppers

New Material Could Speed Development of Hydrogen Powered Vehicles

Former POWs Now Eligible for Posthumous Purple Hearts


Engineering Jobs: Implosion or Same Old, Same Old?

Japanese Duo, U.S. Scientist Win Nobel for Particle Physics

Boulder-Sized Asteroid will Burn up in Earth's Atmosphere Tonight

China Continues Asia/Pac Semi Industry Growth Domination, India & Vietnam Gaining

Stockholm Underground Railway to Get Mobile Coverage

New Defense Act Enforces Stricter Competition on Contracts

University Builds Links with Microwave Manufacturer

Power Cell Wins $1M Pentagon Prize

FCC Sets Plans for 700 MHz Public Safety Block

Metal Prices are Plunging (except the precious types)

Zooming Way In, Technique Offers Close-ups of Electrons, Nuclei

Telecommuting Boosts Worker Productivity

ISIS to Develop Star Tracker for Nanosatellites

One Bad Electrical Connection Sparked Collider Shutdown

SunPower to Add U.S. Solar Jobs

AMD Spins off Plants into Venture with Abu Dhabi

Freescale Semiconductor Plans Investment, but Sees Consumer Confidence Falling

Savvy TV Lovers Cancel Cable, Watch Shows Online

Firefox Mobile Browser Nears Release as Microsoft Shuts Down

PV Analyst Warns of Marooned Megawatts


Panic Engulfs Global Stock Markets (the bad news)

Oil Briefly Falls Below $90 (the good news)

Labor Report Indicates Squeeze on Tech Sector

Predicting the Science Nobel Prizes Winners

New Robotic Repair System Will Fix Ailing Satellites

Local TV Reports on Engineering, Science Highlight IEEE Technologies that Benefit Society

In Quantum Channels, 0 + 0 Can Equal Non-Zero

CERN Starts up Computing Grid to Crunch Atom-Smasher Data

Taken for Granted: A Big Idea About Fostering Innovation

Passports: Another Bad Use of Self-Signed Certificates

New Graphene-Based Material Clarifies Graphite Oxide Chemistry

Flexible Silicon Solar Cells

Samsung Investing Heavily Despite Economic Climate

Visa Partners with Nokia to Offer RFID-Enabled Services

How Many Apollos or Atoms Smashers Would that $0.7T Bail-Out Buy?

Fraud Plagues Prepaid Calling Card Market

Starbucks Wastes Millions of Litres of Water a Day

eBay to Cut 1,000 Jobs

Playing Pinball with Atoms


Smart Electricity Meter Developed

Flexible Screen Could Lead to Foldable Computers

Photovoltaic Paint on Steel Sheets

Unraveling 'Math Dyslexia'

International Space Station Changes Orbit Awaiting Tourist

Men Happiest Online, Women Prefer Family Tme


Wireless at Fiber Speeds

France Seeks €300bn Rescue Fund for Europe

Surveillance of Skype Messages Found in China

Micron Posts $1.6B Net Loss for Fiscal 2008

Steve Jobs Heart-Attack Hoax Slams Apple Stock

TI Introduces Highly Integrated, Cost-Effective RF Range Extender for 2.4 GHz Wireless Nets

Comcast Wants WiMax Femtocells in 2009

Electronics that Can Diagnose and Heal Themselves Under Development

Freescale Semiconductor Looking to Sell Mobile Chips Division

DoE Ramps up Renewable Energy Investments

CERN Unveils Computer Grid Linking 7,000 Scientists

Official Opening of the International Institute of Space Commerce

NASA Spacecraft Finds the Sun is Not a Perfect Sphere

CFLs: Are We Trading Energy Conservation for Toxic Mercury Emissions?

T-Mobile UK to Shut-Down 5,000 Base Stations

Optical Material Could Enable Universal Laser

Credit Jitters Hit Telecom Credit Default Swaps

Google Earth Sleuther Zooms in on Fossett's Crash Site

Cheap, Off-Grid Cooling

China Sets Sights on First Space Station

Radiation Shut Down EU Test Satellite for Two Weeks


IR, Vishay Get Hostile

De-Cap & Reverse Engineering of a Maxim LiIon Charging IC

Buffett Invests $3B in General Electric

U.S. Venture Capitalists Struggle Due to Frozen Markets

Semiconductor Sales Grow Strongly - SIA

Congress Passes Bill to Help Save Internet Radio

Magnetic Hunger Could Drive Space Travelers Insane

EU Commissioner Speaks Her Mind About Europe's Wireless Economy

Hijacking Satellite Navigation

First Detection of Magnetic Field in Distant Galaxy Produces a Surprise

Telstra Warns that Early Clock Change Can Confuse Mobile Phones

Spotless Sun: Blankest Year of the Space Age

Airwaves Exchange Will Market Unused Frequencies

Nanoparticles Can Breech Body's Skin Barrier

Zooming Way In, Technique Offers Close-Ups of Electrons, Nuclei

ChanNenel 73 on the Dish Network is now The Obama Channel (wonder if he wants the Fairness Doctrine applied to his channel?)

Boeing Uses Commercial Satellite Technology for TSAT Review

Microsoft Steps up Web Search R&D in Europe

Democrats More Mobile Savvy Than Republicans

Desktops, Laptops, Servers and Networks Are First to Go in Tight Budget Years

Counterintuitive Physics May Help Everyone Drive Home Quicker


Sony Ericsson Begins 2,000 Job Cuts

Tech Stocks Lose Safe Harbor Status

Women Fleeing Tech Jobs Because of Glass Ceiling

Avago Buys Infineon RF Filter Design Team

JTRS-Approved Radios Coming to Marines

Cloud Radar: Predicting the Weather More Accurately

R&D Chiefs Share Their Strategies

USPTO: Trademark Consistency Initiative - Final Notice

U.S. Cracking Down on IP Leaks to China

Intel Says Will Invest Through Recession

Hot Laptops: Engineers Aim to Solve 'Burning' Computer Problem

Top-10 Selling Phones in September 2008

Media, Tech Companies Unite to Fight Piracy

Asia-Pacific CDMA Growth Slows to an All-Time Low

Chicago WiMax is 'Imminent'

Low-Power Liquid Lens

Researchers Efficiently Slice Germanium Wafers for Solar Power Cells

NASA Delays Hubble Space Mission into 2009

House Passes Webcaster Bill

Sensors Shake up Gadgets

Army Amateur Radio Station in Iraq Seeks American Military Personnel to Lead Station

UK Fraud Office Not to Pursue TV Phone-In Probe