Technical Headline News Archive - September 2009

Technology Headline News Archives - RF Cafe

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Wafer Bonding Creates Opportunities for Si/GaN Integration

New UAV Sensors Could Leave Enemy No Place to Hide

No Mobile Signal? Use a Dual-Mode Satellite Phone

Visibility Improves for Global Semiconductor Market

European Technology Report Hints at Protectionism

Australian Telcos Warned About Mobile, Wireless Internet Speed Advertising

U.S. Relaxes Grip on the Internet (bye-bye to another U.S. invention)

Sonera Says Rural Finland Customers Save Money by Ditching Landlines

New Electronic Concept: How Hybrid Motors Could Become Cheaper

Physicists Investigate Unusual 4-Qubit Entanglement

FCC's Genachowski Not Neutral on New Net Rules

Schools, Universities Rely on Blackboard for Education Continuity in Swine Flu Epidemic

Campaign Asks for International Treaty to Limit War Robots (who would have thunk?)

TI Fab Ramp Puts Analog Rivals on Notice

Can the Wireless Internet Be Made Neutral?

Raytheon Completes Flight Testing of Air Force Radio Communications, Intelligence System

Largest Dam in the World Is a Potent Methane Source

U.S. Court Vacates Another Jury's Huge Patent Verdict against Microsoft

Canadian Circus Billionaire Heads to Space Station

Google Working on "Smart" Plug-in Hybrid Charging


Slow Recovery and Future Challenges for the European Mobile Industry

Dell Laptop Fails to Excite with Wireless Charger

Raytheon Demonstrates Enhanced Long-Range Target Validation Capability

ARRL Guidelines and Recommendations on the Appropriate Use of Amateur Radio

Nanosensing Transistors Powered by Stress

AT&T to Fight Texting While Driving

Microsoft Launches Free Security Software

Quantum Entanglement Proved at the Macroscale

The Utility Pole Dilemma: 21st Century Broadband Faces a 19th Century Hurdle

GAO Finds DOD Contractors Have Made Progress on Ethics

Physicists Explain How Human Eyes Can Detect Quantum Effects

ADI to Upstage Silicon Image with New HDMI 1.4 IC

Cellphone Video Shows Teens Beating Chicago Student to Death

SAIC Wins $49M Order from USAF Space and Missile Systems Center

Perfect Image Without Metamaterials ... and a Reprieve for Silicon Chips

U.S. Northeast May Have Coldest Winter in a Decade

Mercury Flyby to Photograph Planet's Unseen Areas


Weathering System Cuts Product Testing Time

1 in 5 Households Will Have a Fixed Broadband Connection by End of 2009

Time Lens Speeds Optical Data

In-Depth: RF Switching Options

RIM's 2Q Profit Falls on Charges, Outlook Weak

Can Tech Personalities Break into Politics?

Mobile RFID Device for Shoppers Boosts Store Sales

Ham Appointed Chief of Army MARS

Nanotechnology at Risk of Being Stigmatized

Discovery Brings New Type of Fast Computers Closer to Reality

6 European Startups in the Spotlight

Pushing the Cold Frontier in an Orderly Fashion

FCC Announces Hearing on Capital Formation in Broadband Sector

LHC Gets Warning System Upgrade (a nice little jingle plays just before a black hole swallows the Earth ;-))

AT&T Tells FCC Google Voice Violates Net Neutrality Laws

How Much Government Control in Cybercrisis?

FCC Commish: Localism Proposals Could Be New 'Fairness Doctrine'

Inside Office Web Apps: Is It Good Enough to Be Called 'Excel?'

MRI, Solar Cells, Aging Work are Nobel Favorites

America Loses 150,000 IT Jobs


Worst May Be Over for PC Industry

NIST Updates Guide to Radio-Controlled Clocks

Australia Embarks on Great Broadband Adventure

Semi Market Recovery on Track Due to Strong Fundamental Demand

Lab Demonstrates 3-D Printing in Glass

Al Gore's Green Car Company Gets $529M in Taxpayer Loans (will the corruption never end?)


New ROHS Proposals Seek to Change Scope

Patent Payoff Sours BlackBerry Earnings

Superheavy Element 114 Confirmed (I suggest calling it rfcafenuim)

Photon 'Machine Gun' Could Power Quantum Computers

USPTO and European Patent Office to Extend Patent Prosecution Highway Pilot Program

Quantum Mechanics Advance Reported Using Superconducting Electrical Circuit

Intel Shows Chips Can Get Smaller

Rough Day at Work? You Won't Feel Like Exercising

Taiwan's Semiconductor Industry Output to Shrink by 13% Compared to 2008

SiC Electronics Needs Transistor Stimulus

Paper Battery May Power Electronics in Clothing and Packaging Material

Berkeley Lab Engineer Tapped to Head U.S. Energy R&D Agency

Microsoft Study Places Value on 'White Spaces' Spectrum

New TV Tech Promises a Better Picture

Intel Keeps Fighting for Widget-Augmented TV

MIT: Nanotube Springs Offer Power Potential

FCC: Remarks of Commissioner McDowell to Nat'l Assn. of White-Owned Broadcasters 33rd Broadcast Management Conference

Stimulus Funds Boost Number of Federal Jobs by 25,000

Russia Hoping U.S. will Extend Shuttle Operations


Analog Devices Invests in Ireland Scholarship

High-Tech Job Losses are Slowing

Hybrid Chips of Gallium Nitride and Silicon

More CubeSats Reach Orbit

DoCoMo Shows Off Concept Phone Made from Wood (at least it might float if dropped in the toilet)

Tech Jobs in Better Shape than Overall Private Sector

Promising Photonic Devices: A Tiny, Tunable Well of Light

Smart Meter Firms Agree Standards

Intel's Plan to Replace Copper Wires

T-Mobile and Clearwire Reportedly in Early 4G Discussions

Radio Today: Radio Reaches More Than 90% of 12+ Consumers

Feds Weigh Cell Phone Ban for Bus, Truck Drivers

FCC: Comment Sought on Spectrum for Broadband

Water Found on the Moon

New Accounting Rules a Boon to Apple, Other Tech Companies

Radio Tags to Reveal Songbird Social Networks

Microchip May Help Blind People See Again

Record Hoard of Ancient Gold Found in Field

Marines' Social-Media Ban is Bad for Morale

Tesla Engineer Boosts EV Range to New Heights

Bullet Makers Can't Keep Up with Demand


Peer Review, Lehman Brothers, and the Fate of Semiconductor R&D

Moore's Law Marches on at Intel

Four Positive, Negative Signs for the IC Recovery

India Launches 7 Satellites

UK Broadband Tax 'To Be Made Law' (you folks need Tea Parties)

DoD Colleges Embrace Videoconferencing as Teaching Tool

Boeing Completes Ground Tests, Prepares for First GPS IIF Satellite Launch

Swedish Networks Investigated for Radio Spectrum "Cartel"

Jennic ZigBee Module Has 4km Range

Season of Sky Oddities

GE Grabs Gearless Wind Turbines

E-Car Battery Price on Rapid Declining Curve, Expert Predicts

Article Examines Rare Quantum Physics Effect

The New Healthcare: Smart Band Aids, Digital Pills, Wrist Bands

Broadcasting Technology Enhances Battlefield Ops

Preparations Underway for WRC-12

Three-Quarters of Canadian Children are Internet Savvy Before Age Seven

NASA Moves Up Launch Debut for New Moon Rocket

Elastic Energy-Storage Systems Could Challenge Li-ion Batteries

U.N. Climate Summit Leaves Large Carbon Footprint

Retirement? Good Luck with That

U.S. Public Turns to Europe for Unbiased U.S. News (what - cnnabcnbccbsmanbcnpr are not all the same?)


Autumn Begins Today

Tiny New Module Brings Embedded Mobile Broadband to More Devices

Proposed FCC Web Rule Change Draws Wireless Ire

5 Tech Innovators Under 35

How Scientists Think: Fostering Creativity in Problem Solving

SDR: A Spectrum of Possibilities for Military Communications on the Road to Cognitive Radio

Massachusetts OKs Police to Plant Secret GPS Tracking Devices in Vehicles

A Trillion Triangles: New Computer Methods Reveal Secrets of Ancient Math Problem

RFID Makes Check-In Faster for Air France Passengers

Medical Electronics Seeks Role in Health Care Debate

FCC Commissioner: "Broadband Adoption: Traveling the Consumer’s Last Mile"

Global GSM Market Likely to Continue to Gain Ground with Lower Price Until 2014

German Scientists Produce First Bose-Einstein Condensate with Calcium Atoms

Nanotech Could Produce Big Energy Solutions

Xbox 360 to Receive New 802.11n Wireless Adapter

Innovative Lock-Mart-Built Satellite System Operating Successfully on Orbit

'Open Internet' Rules Criticized

How Facebook Copes with 300 Million Users

Where Government Web Sites Go to Die


China Mobile Signs up Its Half-Billionth Subscriber

Graphene and GaAs: Two Perfect Partners Find Each Other

MIT Students Launch Camera to Edge of Space

Forecaster Predicts Robust Growth in Foundry Sales

Making Space Power Pay

HG Wells: The UFO Google Logo Mystery is Solved

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Goes Solar

Six in 10 Tech Workers Living Hand to Mouth

Google to FCC: Apple and AT&T Lied

$21B Japanese Orbiting Solar Array will Beam Electricity to Earth

IMEC GaAs/Ge Stacks Promise Solar Cell Efficiency Hike

FCC to Propose 'Net Neutrality' Rules

Survey Reveals Hidden Price of Technology Failures

What's Next after the Dreamliner? Think Fuel Cells

MRI Machine Features Larger Magnet than the LHC

Quantum Computers are Coming – Just Don't Ask When

Car Showrooms Quiet after Clunkers Clamor Ends (gosh, who would have predicted that?)

Radio Astronomy's Centre of Gravity Shifts West


FCC to Propose 'Net Neutrality' Rules

All Your Personal Gadgets Pose a Global Warming Threat

Diamonds Are a Laser's Best Friend

Solar Market to Recover … Eventually

NASA Launches Rocket, Dozens Report Strange Lights

HP Touts Wireless Screens


New Air Force Magnetron May Help Defeat Enemy Electronics

Graphene Mixes It Up with GaAs

Magnetism Observed in Gas for First Time

South African Amateur Radio Payload Reaches Orbit

Blueprint for a Quantum Electric Motor

FCC: No Truth to Rumor that Cellphone Numbers Will Be Made Available to Telemarketers

SEMI Bookings Up for 5th Month in a Row

San Diego Is a Rising Star for Clean Energy, Technology Jobs

Sweden to Adjust Radio Spectrum Fees to Reflect Usage

Nano Ink Boost for Silicon Solar

IC Analyst Sees Tighter Supply, ASP Growth

RFID Journal Acquires RFID Update Website

Visions of Data

Western European Mobile Phone Market Showing Signs of Recovery

Privately Built Rockets Compete for Top Prize

10 Fast and Frugal Electric Cars from the Frankfurt Motor Show

Microsoft Windows 7 to Cost $30 for Students

Broadcast Radio Advertising Down 25%, Internet Radio Up 6%

Office Web Apps to Be Offered Free to all Windows Live Users


ZigBee RF4CE Specification Now Downloadable

Silicon Valley 'Seeing Revival'

New Chips Loaded with Dummy Parts

Canada Won't Block Nortel Sale to Ericsson

Rohm Opens Semiconductor Design Centre in Germany

63 Million 3G/LTE Enabled Notebook Computers by 2014

Study on Effect of Electricity on Liquids Bucks Conventional Science

IBM Unveils Framework for Smart Grid Technologies

USB 3.0 Gets Public Viewing

Average Mobile Phone User Emits 25kg of CO2 Per Year

FCC Announces Initial Broadband Field Hearings

Comcast Plans to Bring TV Shows to Your Phone

Advanced Solar Panels Coming to Market

Australian Government Tells Telecom Giant Telstra to Break-Up

Company Claims ESLs to Be the Future of Light Bulbs

Too Much Radiation for Astronauts to Make it to Mars

Alpha Radio Products Now RF Concepts

Gold Rises to Record Settlement Price on Inflation Concern

NASA Swift Captures Amazing View of Andromeda


6,000 Tech Marketing Jobs Will Be Lost in 2009

Intel Lodges Appeal Against EC Fine

Looking for Tech Work? Uncle Sam Wants You!

♪♪ Happy Days are Here Again ♪♪, Says IC Insights

Better World: Take Friday Off… Forever

Rocky Earth-Like Planet Found Outside Our Solar System

European Operator Margins Fall 3% As Recession Continues to Bite

Runaway Armed MQ-9 Reaper Drone Shot Down

Wi-Fi to Fill Mobile WAN Gaps

Huge Growth in Energy-Harvesting Technologies

DOD Rethinking Buy Versus Build Software

Two Chips in One: Researchers Combine Microprocessor Materials

Power Electronics for Military Alternative Energy Could Promote Space Radar and Space Propulsion

U.S. Engineers at a Disadvantage. Join the Conversation

Ultradense, 3-D Data Storage

Facebook's User Base Almost Equal to Entire U.S. Population

New Zealand Scientists Develop Wireless Heart Pump

Strike at Freescale Toulouse

Bing Grabs 10% of Search Market

Obama Admin: Cap & Trade Could Cost Families $1,761 a Year

Background TV Found to Have Negative Effect on Parent-Child Interactions (how many taxpayer $$$ were spent on that study?)


National Safety Council Responds to ARRL: No Evidence of "Significant Crash Risks" While Operating Mobile

A Salt and Paper Battery

Airborne Laser Ready for Flight Tests

Australian Mobile Market Expected to Buck Recessionary Trends and Grow in 2009

Superefficient Solar from Nanotubes

$21B Orbiting Solar Array Will Beam Electricity to Earth

Electron-Free Microprocessor Runs on Air

Michigan Students to Develop RFID-Enabled Robotic Guide Dog

Strategy Analytics: Qualcomm's Wireless Handset Chip Maintains Lead

Graphitic Memory: Advances Bring Graphite as Storage Medium a Step Closer

Friction Force Differences Could Offer a New Means for Sorting and Assembling Nanotubes

U.S. Senator to Look into Cellphone-Cancer Link

Greenland to Get a 3G Network

BAE Announces 1,116 Job Cuts

4G World: LTE Climbs on WiMax's Shoulders

Microsoft Bing Adds Visual Search

Indian 3G Auction Set for December

Electric Motorcycle Hits 150 mph


IEEE Finally Ratifies 802.11n-2009

Airborne Laser Ready for Flight Tests

'Next Generation' Wi-Fi Approved

X-Fab High Temperature CMOS Chips Clear 175 °C

Air Force Plan to Cut Its JTRS Military Radio Program May Acknowledge Developments in Private Industry

Deaf Children Learn to Sign by Toying with RFID

Rogers Wireless Upgrades Canadian Network Download Speeds to 21Mbps

Radio Remembers 9/11

USPTO Announces Senior Management Changes

Startup Pioneers Carbon-Based FPGAs

Last Days of Big American Physics: One More Triumph, or Just Another Heartbreak?

Motorola Shares Jump on Hopes for Google Phone

More Efficient, and Cheaper, Solar Cells

The Wireless Carrier Conundrum: Perpetuating the Myth of Connectivity

Engineers Develop Safer, Blast-Resistant Glass

Nanotechnology Looks to Safety of Smallest

China Breaks Ground on Space Launch Center

Venezuela to Develop Nuclear Energy With Russian Help (meanwhile, we talk about building windmills)


Motorola to Launch 'Multiple Tens' of Social Networking Optimized Cellphones

Analog Drives National Semi Sales Up

Qualcomm Firms Up Femto Plans

Surprise in Earth's Upper Atmosphere: Mode of Energy Transfer from the Solar Wind

$100M Question: Where Is Broadband in the U.S.?


Technology Addiction Disrupts Teenage Learning

Broadband Invisibility in the Microwave Range

Nanocrystal Electrical Conductance Gets 100,000x Boost

Capsules for Self-Healing Circuits

Shuttle Crew Preps for Evening Landing

CIA Invests in Low-Power Wi-Fi Intel Spinoff

Bing Commemorates 9/11, Google Doesn't

Amateurs with General Class Licenses to be Granted Reciprocal Licenses in Some CEPT Countries

RFMD Expects Fiscal 2010 Free Cash Flow to Exceed Forecast $80-120M

Carbon Nanotubes Could Make Efficient Solar Cells

New Cloaking Method Could Shield Submarines from Sonar, Planes from Radar, Buildings from Earthquakes

How to Short-Circuit the U.S. Power Grid

ZigBee RF4CE Specification is Available for Download

NASA Levitates Mouse Using Magnetic Fields

Simulated Black Holes May Prove Theory

Nanotom Allows Experts to See Through Solids

Facebook Lite Goes Live for the Bandwidth-Constrained

NOAA: Summer Temperature Below Average for U.S.

Bike Transmission is Fully Automatic


Military Spending and GaN Adoption Driving RF Power Semiconductor Markets

MEMS Equipment Diffuses into Mainstream IC markets

GaN Gaining Favor Among Military Users

Wi-Fi Pushing Radio IC Market to $4B in 2013

Satellite Phone Users Get Cheap Encrypted Calls

Governor's $250,000 Grant to Amateur Radio Goes Online as Oregon Hams Install New Winlink System

Vodafone to Offer Wi-Fi Based Mobile Broadband Device

Euro Phone Operators Agree to Auto Crash Alert System

AT&T Moves Toward 90% HSPA Rollout Completion by 2012

Upgraded Hubble Telescope Spies Cosmic 'Dragon'

Gold Solution for Enhancing Nanocrystal Electrical Conductance

Automakers Aim to Simplify Electrical Architectures

Ultra-Flat Loudspeakers with Powerful Sound Reproduction

New Class of Japanese Spacecraft 'Debuts' Today

Orange Broadband Hit by Outages

Capacity Utilization Expected to Bounce Back in Q3

Google Plans New Mirror for Cheaper Solar Power

Bangladesh Bans Suits and Ties to Save Energy

Violent Teenage Bully Filmed Attack on Two Boys on His Mobile Phone


GSMA Endorses 3GPP's Integrated Mobile Broadcast Standard

Electrical Circuit Runs Entirely off Power in Trees

Cellphone Radiation Levels Vary Widely, Watchdog Report Says

Analysts Expect Positive News in TI Q3 Update

Researcher Uses Bacteria to Make Radioactive Metals Inert

FCC Releases Quarterly Report on Consumer Inquiries and Complaints

Air Force Gets Last Upgraded GPS-IIR Satellite

Proposed Quantum Computer Consists of Billions of Electron Spins

Berlin's Electronics Fair Pushes Greener Future

Motorola Introduces Two New WiMAX Devices

Photos from Revived Hubble Telescope Expected Wednesday

UMC's Sales Have Tripled Since February

MEMC Closing Two U.S. Plants, Cutting 540 Jobs

Ultra-High-Speed Residential Broadband to Create a Bandwidth Divide

High Fab Utilization to Push ASPs Up for 3 Years

'NanoPen' May Write New Chapter in Nanotechnology Manufacturing

Faster Wireless Standard Making Mark in Home Networking

Rain of Meteorites Makes the Moon Hum

Obama Space Panel Says Moon Return Plan is a No Go (money needed for Cash for Clunkers and Illegal Alien social programs)


Cellcrypt Enables Encrypted Mobile Phone Calls Anywhere on Earth

Black Sand Claims First All-CMOS RF PA for 3G Phones

Global Broadband Penetration Slows in Q2

Tiny 'MEMS' Devices to Filter, Amplify Electronic Signals

Diamonds Are for Softies – Boron is Harder

Underwater Laser Pops in Navy Ops

Measuring the Next Successful Antennas for In-Body Health Monitoring Devices

Qualcomm Lowers Power for Body Area Networks

 Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile Completes Live-Fire Test

Home Fibre Plans Survive Downturn

CMOS Power Amplifier Startup Raises $10M

Politician Calls for Free Wi-Fi on Trains and Buses in Scotland

Mt. Wilson Observatories Saved from Wildfire

IBM Scientists Effectively Eliminate Wear at the Nanoscale

Crews Say Goodbye, Shuttle Departing Today

World's First Floating Wind Turbine Online in Norway

Nanoscale Laser Harnesses Plasmons

Swiss Topple U.S. as Most Competitive Economy

U.S. Prez Tells Senate to Raise Debt Ceiling above $12T (that's $39k per person, not including off-budget items)

Snow Leopard Could Be Apple's Vista


FCC Ponders a Future with Multiple 'Internets'

10 iPhone Apps That Make the Grade for College

Final, Modernized L-Mart-Built GPS Satellite Operational for Military Apps

Wall Socket Adapters Offer WiFi Alternative

Copyright Proposals Threaten Consumer Rights Says Telecom Industry

A Cordless Future for Electricity?

Florida Boaters Asked to Keep Watch for Lost Robot

Gadget Shoppers Branded 'Stupid' by Sales Staff

Report Forecasts 1 Billion Mobile Cloud Users by 2014

Ex-Google China Chief to Fund Chinese Tech Start-Ups

Abu Dhabi Chip Venture Buys Chartered for $1.8B

FCC Seeks Comments on Telework

Using Waste to Recover Waste Uranium

Nano-Bioelectronics Achieved with Nanowires, Proteins

Reform Bill Could Kill Defense Contractors' Acquisition Expertise

A Liquid Design for Cheaper Fuel Cells

Out of Work, and Too Down to Search On


Fab Spending Expected to Grow 64% in 2010

2 Radio Towers in Washington State Toppled

New Graphene-Based, Nanomaterial Has Magnetic Properties

Canada Adds 27,100 Jobs in August

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Takes First Look at Apollo 12 Landing Site

U.S. Teen Unemployment Rate Hits 25%

Looks Like We're Not the Only Country with Illegal Immigrant Problems


In-Flight WiFi Can Influence Airfare Purchases

Raytheon Recognizes America's Teachers with More than 30 Math Hero Awards

Magnetic Monopoles Detected in a Real Magnet for the First Time (uh-oh, Maxwell was wrong: ▼●B≠0 ?!!)

TransferJet Wireless Data Gadgets Coming Next Year

Europe Dominates Mobile Managed Services Market

Tech Industry Challenges e-Cycling Programs

Graphene Made Magnetic with Hydrogen Coating

European Chip Firms Aim to IMPROVE Fab Efficiency

Electronic Countermeasure Technology is in Demand

Code-Breaking Quantum Algorithm Run on a Silicon Chip

'Fantastic Six' Expected to Spur Capex Growth in 2010

U.S. a Nation of Night Surfers

TI Achieves Industry's Lowest Drift with High-Voltage Bipolar DACs

Semiconductors on Even Keel at End of 2Q 2009

Internet Addiction Center Opens in U.S.

Thousands of New Images Show Mars in High Resolution

iPod Beaten in Japan by 30-Year-Old Line of Music Players

Giant Crystals and Spherical Flames: Science in Microgravity

Unemployment Rate Rises to 26-Year High

Microsoft Wins Word Stay of Execution


Major Wireless Companies Want Old Cell Phone Tax Abolished (repeal a tax? - good luck)

Reboot for the Harwell, UK's 'Oldest' Computer

GaAs Market Predicted to Fall 5% in 2009

Every Baltimore Patrol Officer to Get a BlackBerry

Chinese Stimulus Policy Opens New Business Streams For Semiconductor Vendors

U.S. Bluetooth Headset Usage Plummets

LG Launches 'Borderless' and Wireless TVs

Telegraphs Ran on Electric Air in Crazy 1859 Magnetic Storm

Canada Opens 200 mm MEMS, 3D WLP Center

FCC - Payment Methods and Procedures for FY2009 Regulatory Fees

Super-Fast Computers of the Future

UK Has the Worst Internet Security in Europe

Optical Atomic Clock Becomes Portable

Army Orders Ground Robots for Engineer, Infantry Support

Space Junk Could Threaten Upcoming Spacewalk

Not Enough Facebook Friends? Buy Them

Geoengineering is No Longer Unmentionable

ARRL - Happy Birthday, Hiram!

Bing Better Than Google in Canada

Gray Screen of Death (GSOD) Hits Snow Leopard - Bloom Coming Off Apple's Rose?


Transnational R&D Funding

Japan Plans $21B Solar Space Post to Power 294,000 Homes

SIA Reports Improving Consumer Demand as Global Chip Sales Increase 5.3% in July

High Power Laser Weapon from Airborne Laser Platform Defeats Ground Target in Flight Test

Hoarding Incandescent Bulbs Ahead of EU Ban

Wireless Carriers Ramp Up Competitiveness Rhetoric

Laser Pulses Can Now Control Single Electrons

iPhone App Finds Disease Outbreaks Near You

Windows Phones are Coming October 6th

New Clean Room to Push Boundaries of Computer Memory Technology

Sketching Analysis Design Program

Carbon Nanoballs as Data Storage Units

British Inventor Urges Patent Law Change

A Cordless Future for Electricity?

Energizer Preps Prismatic Zinc Air Primary Cells for Portable Electronics

First Hot Ice Computer Created

COLBERT Treadmill Installed at Space Station

Engineer Error Knocks Out Gmail

Precise Radio-Telescope Measurements Advance Frontier Gravitational Physics


College Student Uses iPhone to Catch Robbery Suspects

Silicon Nanowires Could Make Transistors Obsolete

Wi-Fi Connectivity Becoming Pervasive on Devices

Why the iPhone Will Change the Chinese Phone Market

Raytheon Integrated Defense System GaN Chips Achieve Operational Milestone

Communications Failure Ends India's First Lunar Mission

Fragile Devices Threaten Customer Loyalty

Samsung Lobs Cheap Touchphone at iPhone Crowd

RFID and Sensors Illustrate Art's Impact on People

Discovery Pair Prep for First Spacewalk

Faster Searches Key to a Greener Web

California Mine Reopened to Search for Rare Earth Minerals after China's Threat

FCC Requests Additional Nominations by September 30 for membership on the Technological Advisory Council

NIST Airframe Tests Help Ensure Better Shielding for Flight Instruments

Technology Said to Cut Cost of Solar Installations

European Femtocells Markets - Will the Hype Lead to Mass-Market Adoption?

Art of Creating a Manet Takes Masterful Engineering Touch

eBay Reaches Deal to Sell Skype

Laser Tests Could Silence the Dentist's Drill

The Promise and the Peril of Web 2.0

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