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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - March 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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Avnet to Accept Cryptocurrency

• Oracle Announces Massive Layoffs

CBRS RAN Market Investments to Surpass $1B by 2023

WISPA Cheers FCC Move to Implement Aspects of Mobile Now Act

LinkedIn Adds In-App Meeting Planner Features


• EU Lawmakers Approve Controversial Copyright Reform

IARU Represents Amateur Radio at WRC-19 Preparatory Meeting

Intel CPU Shortage Opens Door for AMD

• FCC's 24 GHz Auction Raises $304M in 1st Day

• Apple Shifts to TV & News as iPhone Sputters


China to Spend $134-220B on 5G Between 2020 and 2025

People Losing Sleep to Use Smartphones

Canadian Amateur Radio Interference Case Adjudicated

DARPA Launches Social Media Platform to Accelerate R&D

• FCC Seeks Injunction Against Illegal Radio Station in Worcester


• FCC Approves Repack Money for Radio

• Cree Sells Lighting Business to Focus More on RF and Power

Canada's Amateur Radio Population Continues to Grow

• Pentagon Wants to Test Space-Based Weapon in 2023

Japan Overturns Trade Ruling Against Qualcomm


Galileo Capability Mandated in All Smartphones Sold in the EU

• FCC Casts an Eye North of 95 GHz

• Operators Face Local Opposition to 5G Small Cell Deployments

• Author Warns of Wireless Power Transmission Interference

5G Wireless Change Wave to Impact Every Industry


• NATO to Assess Potential Risk of Chinese 5G Equipment

German Watchdog Ignores MNO Objections to Proceed with 5G Spectrum Auction

• OneWeb Bags Another $1.25B for Global Satellite Mission

• Nanocrystal Factory for Mass Manufacturing Quantum Dots

• ANU 2D Material Research Set to Shake up Space Missions


• Delta 4 Rocket Launches USAF's 10th WGS Broadband Satellite

• Boeing's B737 Max and Automotive 'Autopilot' (my thought exactly)

• FCC Invites Comments on ARRL Technician Enhancement Proposal

• BT Says "No Thanks" to Rural Roaming in UK

3:5 Millennials Say Life More Stressful Now Than Ever Before (slow WiFi, 0 Likes...)


• Apple Fined $31M as Court Rules in Qualcomm's Favour

Commenting Electronically on FCC Proceedings

• The Mysterious 'Global Hum'

Verizon to Launch 5G in 2 U.S. Cities in April

• China Launches New Communication Satellite


Structural Shifts in Semi Industry Spawn New Trends

• ARRL Announces 2019 Teachers Institutes on Wireless Technology Sessions

• Gearing up for Defense Industry's Digital Transformation

FCC to Pause T-Mobile/Sprint Merger for 3rd Time

Solar Storm "Threat to Modern Society"


2020 $718.3B DOD Budget Up 4.7% over 2019

• Nokia Leads GSM-Railway Connectivity Market

Stretchable Electronics Breakthrough Thanks to Carbon Nanotubes

• European Parliament Urges Action Against Chinese 5G Threat

Rare Earth Elements from Phosphate Waste


St. Patrick's Day Special Event Offering New Award This Year

Germany to Allocate 5G Frequencies in H2 of 2019, Won't Ban Huawei

Canada's Amateur Radio Population Showing Continued Growth

• Elementary School Cell Tower Blamed for Rash of Student Cancer

• What's up with Radio's Biggest Ad Category?


LTE IoT Market to Be Worth $2.8B by 2023

ITU Strengthening Emergency Telecommunications in the Americas

WiGig Startup Raises $42M in New Financing

Fluoride-Based Batteries Seek to Surpass Lithium Cells

U.S. "Gets Its [Arse] Handed to It" in World War III Simulation: RAND


• Microsoft Pursues Its TV White Spaces Initiative

• First UK PCB Maker Gets Aerospace and Automotive Accreditation

• Intel Expected to Regain Top Chipseller Ranking

Static Electricity to Charge Devices

• The Random Anti-Laser


Renesas to Suspend Production on Weak Demand in China

• Northrop Grumman Receives Contract for NextGen Navigation System

Huawei Launches Counter-Attack by Suing U.S. Government

• The Rise of Activism in Tech Companies

Handset Holdup Could Delay Korea's 5G Launch Until April


• High-Performance Unipolar n-Type Thin-Film Transistor Developed

• Technique Streamlines Fabrication of 2-D Circuits

Huawei Maintains Seat at Standards Table

• Germany Ignores U.S. Lobby on 5G Security

Facebook Losing Users in U.S.


• NSA Quietly Shutters Phone Monitoring Program

• UK to Recommend 50% Limit on Huawei's Gear in Mobile Networks

2019 China Defense Budget to Increase by 7.5%

• Next Generation USB4 Is Coming Soon

U.S. Credit Card Debt Closed 2018 at a Record $870B


• New Zealand Confirms Plans to Award Initial 5G Spectrum in Early 2020

DARPA Modernizes SBIR Program

• WWW Turns 30, Is It an 'Out-of-Control Monster?'

FCC Warns LED Sign Marketers (Again!) of RFI/EMI Rules

• 2019 Tech Trends in Manufacturing


• Visibility of Wireless Power Transmission Interference Potential Raised

• Global 5G Rush But No Global 5G Handsets

• ZTE Already Studying What's Beyond 5G

• FCC Names Qualified Bidders for 24 GHz Auction

Hall Effect Becomes Viscous in Graphene


• Finland Kick-Starts 6G (1st 6G announcement)

• First 6 OneWeb Satellites Launched from French Guiana

• Efficiency Record for Data Transfer in Ultra-Fast Transatlantic Cable

• Taiwan Maintains Largest Share of Global IC Wafer Fab Capacity

Hybrid Material May Outperform Graphene


• Don't Let Satellite Get Lost in 5G Buzz

• New FTC Task Force Takes on Tech Monopolies

• Unlocking the Secret of Graphene-Based Electronics

China IC Production Forecast to Show 15% 2018-2023 CAGR

Efforts to Make iPhone Obsolete Could Have Teeth


Global Semiconductor Sales ^13.7% to $468.8B in 2018

Huawei Resolves to Deliver Exemplary 5G After Security Concerns

• Wireless Charging and Our Autonomous Electric Future

• Researchers Create UV Laser from AlGaN Nanowires

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