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We sit down with EA's Matt Turner to talk about Army of Two: The 40th Day, which sees players once more cast as mercenaries Elliot Salem and Tyson Riggs as they try to escape from Shanghai. We talk about the morality of wartime fist-bumping, playtesting and, um, whisky.
While Symbian is generally best associated with Nokia, history proves that Samsung has had a pretty fruitful relationship with the operating system as well.
We've rounded up and finalised our opinions of the Seasonic M12D, and now it's time for the overall performance results. Does Seasonic's champion 80Plus Silver model hit the spot to overrule the Antec Signature, Enermax Revolution 85+ and Cooler Master UCP 900W?
The PC-X1000 is the latest high end chassis from Lian Li, competing at the very top end of the market with an array of desirable features such as all aluminium construction, variable speed fans and a modular design. Does it live up to its premium billing? We find out.
Historic videos showing the TV coverage of Amateur Radio operations during Hurricane Diana a quarter of a century ago are now available on YouTube
Stories covered and special features in This Weeks edition:
01. ARRL President Emeritus George Wilson, W4OYI, becomes a silent key.
02. International Amateur Radio Union Region One meets in Croatia.
03. CQ editorial is critical of FCC's lack of amateur radio enforcement.
04. Select Canadian amateurs get privileges for 500 kilohertz band.
05. Congress working on Analog Television Extension Bill and Border Analog
television extension bill.
06. Amateur repeaters in New South Wales Australia may face site eviction.
07. NASA scientists confirm that Solar Cycle 24 is finally underway.
08. The date is set for the activation of a rare one - Desecheo Island.
09. Amateur Radio and Technology News Shorts.
10. The South Africa Radio League is seeking our HF net controllers.
11. The DXpedition to the Spratley Island group is on hold.
12. A Mississippi radio station is fined $15,000 by the FCC.
13. A Florida broadcaster is fined by the FCC for interfering with another
broadcaster, and having spurs across the AM band.
14. The Big 89 - WLS - A history retrospective Part #2 of 2.
15. The Random Access Christmas - No.1 with Jock Elliott KB2GOM.
16. The Ancient Amateur Archives with Bill Continelli, W2XOY. Weaver.
17. Working Amateur Radio Satellites with Bruce Paige KK5DO.
18. Senators in Congress are pushing for the reinstatement of The Fairness
19. Technology News and Commentary with Leo Laporte.
20. The FCC fines a company for erecting its tower 140 feet off the mark.
21. TWIAR QSL Cards are now available. Write in for yours today!
22. The first ARISS School contact in New Zealand is made.
23. The music industry is challenged on digital music sharing.
24. QRZ.com institutes new policy and code to thwart spamming and phishing.
25. Special event station listings
26. The Gateway 160 Meter Net Report with Vern Jackson, WA0RCR.
27. Weekly propagation forecast.
28. Courage Handi-Ham System News and Update with Pat Tice WA0TDA.
29. New WSPR QRP mode is breaking all sorts of DX records.
30. A Belgian amateur radio operator will command the next crew on the ISS.
31. Hashafisti Scratchi - becomes a silent key - a look back.
This Week in Amateur Radio" is a weekly amateur radio audio, on the air, news
magazine/bulletin service, produced by a lot of dedicated volunteers, by
Community Video Associates, Inc., a New York State not-for-profit corporation.
The mailing address for our support fund is:
This Week in Amateur Radio Support Fund
P.O. Box 30
Sand Lake, New York 12153
I can remember back before the iPhone was the answer to all of our mobile phone needs. I really wanted a Helio but in my local area there were no Helio offerings available.
Intels X25-M SSD drives have certainly shown themselves more than capable enough in the usual tests and various configurations, but a long-term test report from the folks at PC Perspective is now casting a bit of doubt onto their long-term effectiveness and speediness.
Weve seen plenty of patent applications from Apple describing a tablet and its interface over the years, and this morning another has been making the rounds, purported by many to give a glimpse at that devices internals.
The boss of a major Taiwanese PC maker has said that Microsoft may release Windows 7 in September according to current plans.
4U1UN - United Nations Headquarters, New York - This DXCC entity will be active from October 19-25th, on all bands, all modes, with a team of well-known DX and contest operators
Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 requires hardware virtualisation, which isn't supported by some Core 2 Duo and Quad CPUs.
Im currently in a commited relationship with my Android smartphone, but that doesnt mean I have to stop looking at other devices. Some of them I might even want to oggle lecherously while sweating and mumbling under my breath.
You can already get an HP Mini netbook or a Sony VAIO P not-a-netbook up and running on ATTs network with relative ease, but it looks like your options could be about to get more convenient still, at least if this seemingly authentic screen courtesy of The Boy Genius Report is any indication.
Leroy Max Jennings is an artist. He might not think so, but his wife, Judy, who makes wearable art and dolls, definitely thinks so. “He makes art out of his electronics,” she said. “Designing circuits is just as much an art form as what I do.” Leroy Max Jennings is an avid Ham Radio operator and has friends all over the world thanks to his hobby. Max loves cars and electronics and in 1989 he combined those two loves when he worked for GM to design an all-electric car called the “Impact.”
ARRL Audio News--OPEN--In this edition . . .; ARRL Grassroots Legislative Action Committee Solicits Member Support for HR 2160; FCC Releases Redacted BPL Case Studies after ARRL FOIA Request; ARRL Audio News ID--Satellite Update--BREAK; ARRL Southeastern Division Vice Director Sandy Donahue, W4RU (SK); DX Activities Abound at ARRL EXPO and National Convention; Oregon Hams Participate in Statewide Disaster Drill; ARRL Audio News--News Briefs--CLOSE
The St. Croix Valley Radio Amateurs and ARES/RACES members are grilling brats and hot dogs at County Market on June 18, 19 and 20 beginning at noon Thursday and Friday and 10 a.m. Saturday. FCC-licensed radio amateurs will demonstrate equipment with a temporary ham shack setup. Aside from being an interesting hobby, ham radio is a vital back-up for communications during disasters and emergencies when land lines and cell phones are not functioning. The local area club conducts fund-raising each year to purchase radios, antennas and eventually a new tower. ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Service) consists of licensed ham radio volunteers who have been certified to serve for the public good in the event of a disaster. RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service) provides radio communications for St. Croix County government in such an event.
Here you are the EX-A150, which in fact include 3 different components, like the SX-WD150 Speakers (Wood cone driver unit), the RX-A150 Amp as the XV-A150 CD and DVD player.
Its already been an exciting year for QNAP fanboys. . . not only has the company graced the world (and our pages) with a new 6-bay NAS, but its already back for more.
Well BlackBerry fans, the Bold is here. Both T-Mobile and AT&T have announced that this new RIM smartphone is available on their carrier. First up, details on the smartphone itself.
Opnext is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of optical modules and components. Today, the company has announced that they are proudly shipping red laser diodes to Microvision for their SHOW WX pico projector.
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