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LG affirms that 12 megapixel cameraphone is in the works

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Here at MWC, the only cellphone maker to actually come forward with proof of a 12 megapixel phone was Sony Ericsson. Still, you know that everyone else is apt to follow suit as quickly as possible, and it seems that LG will be one of the first.

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Council Backtracks on Ham Radio Tower:

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After facing static from the public, Saanich council has done an about-face on its support of a bid to build a 15-metre amateur radio tower in Gordon Head. In the end, approval or rejection for Ken Jones' application will come from Industry Canada, not Saanich. For Jones, council's move to reconsider its endorsement "puts a sour note" on the Saanich Emergency Program, which he volunteers for and insists the tower would benefit in case of a major disaster. "They support volunteers but they don't support what's required for the emergency program," Jones said outside council chambers. Last month, councillors voted 6-3 in favour of endorsing Jones' application to Industry Canada, the federal regulator for radio equipment. But Monday night, after hearing from people who live near Jones' San Rafael Crescent house where the tower would be built, council voted unanimously to reconsider the endorsement.

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Games I Own: Deus Ex 2

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Deus Ex 2: Invisible War is a game which gets a bad rap whenever you see it discussed among PC gamers, who inevitably love the first game and loathe the sequel. To be honest though, I never thought it was half as bad as anyone was making out. If approached with reasonable rationality and not the more obvious optimism, the game actually held up quite well.

Yes, Invisible War had issues. It obviously suffered from attempts to bring the series to consoles. The tiny, insular and empty levels. The universal ammo system. The constant load times and clunky, overly rounded feel of the engine – these were all issues that dogged the game and deservedly so, but slamming Deus Ex 2 for not living up to the legend of it’s predecessor is easier than fist-fighting with a one-armed toddler.

Instead, I prefer to think of the good things about Deus Ex 2 – the things it did better than the original. Believe me, they’re there.

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Nvidia opts for VIA's Nano chip in Ion 2

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Nvidia's president, Jen-Hsun Huang, says that the Ion 2 will use VIA's Nano processor, rather than Intel's Atom.

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Addictive flash games #2: The Space Game

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In my current casual gaming binge I've stumbled across The Space Game. It's simply titled but vastly addictive. Just as if I tell you that you will now have "The Final Countdown" stuck in your head -

Do-do-do-DOOOOooooooooo... do-do-do-d-do!

- The Space Game won't leave you alone.

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Black Box Releases VGA Wireless Video Presentation System

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The Black Box Corporation is an industry leading provider of voice communications, data infrastructure, and product solutions. Recently they announced the release of their latest device, the VGA Wireless Video Presentation System.

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DIY Robot Car Avoids Obstacles, Costs $70

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Have a pressing need for an autonomous robot car capable of avoiding obstacles? Instead of buying one, how about making your own from an old toy, an Arduino board, and a few sensors? The video from Make explains how, and you can find all the details you need on Dean Segovis website at the link below.


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Ham Radio Operators are Eyes and Ears of the Hills Are Alive 10K and 5K:

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Ordway and his crew have this race completely wired: When hundreds of runners descend on Ernie Howlett Park in Rolling Hills Estates for Saturday's Hills Are Alive 10K/5K, there will be one group operating on a different frequency. Walt Ordway and his army of ham radio operators. Their objective is to make sure the event goes off smoothly while monitoring the progress of the race. Fourteen ham radio operators - under the umbrella of the Palos Verdes Radio Club - will be stationed at strategic locations throughout the course with Ordway at Net Control near the start/finish line. "It's a fun event. This is what we do every year. It's a no-brainer now," said Ordway, or K1DFL in the ham radio world. The picturesque course begins at Ernie Howlett Park and uses mostly horse trails before winding its way through the South Coast Botanical Gardens and the Palos Verdes Landfill, so access can be limiting. This is where Ordway and the other hams come into the picture. If one of the water stations needs more supplies, a ham will radio it in. If there is an injury on the course, the hams will radio for help.

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Skate 2

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Andy gets caught up in earthquake-torn New San Vanelona with his virtual skateboard for a second helping of Skate. Do the new additions in Skate 2 improve an already winning formula, or are we heading back to square one? Read on to find out.

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Former Hudson Division Director Paul Vydareny, WB2VUK, (SK):

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Paul Vydareny, WB2VUK, of Tarrytown, New York, passed away Thursday, October 22, from a brain aneurysm. He was 65.

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SIM2 Solar Series infinite contrast HDR LCD ships in Q2

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After several years high dynamic range LCD technology is finally ready for market, now that SIM2 and Dolby are showing off this Solar Series 47-inch screen at the 2009 Integrated Systems Europe show.

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FCC Chairman Announces Enforcement Bureau Chief

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Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski announced on September 9 that he has appointed P. Michele Ellison as Chief of the Enforcement Bureau. Ellison will take the helm of the Enforcement Bureau starting on September 28, 2009. "Protecting and empowering consumers through effective and timely enforcement of the Commission's rules and policies is a top priority for the FCC," said Chairman Genachowski. "Michele is a talented leader with vast communications experience and sound legal judgment, and I look forward to working with her in her new capacity."

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Donald L. Markley, K9WFG (SK):

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Peoria, IL - Oct 26, 2009 - Donald L. Markley, founder of D.L. Markley Consulting Engineers died Oct. 22, 2009. He was born in Peoria on June 10, 1936. He was 73. Markley was an occasional contributor to Radio magazine and a regular contributor to Broadcast Engineering magazine. He was a writer of hundreds of articles on radio and television, as well as a frequent conference presenter, and was an amateur radio operator with call sign K9WFG.

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iPod Shuffle 3G Clone from Digitalrise Has FM But Not Very Tiny

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Weve been waiting for one since the new Shuffle has been announced and finally, an iPod Shuffle 3G clone just looks a little large, thats all.


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Droid Gets Officially Teased With iPhone Trash Talking

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The much rumored Motorola Droid gets officially teased on the Verizon Wireless site (Via Engadget). The short animation lists things the iPhone does not, but Droid does.


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PRISM and STARS telemetry decode software

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Mike Rupprecht DK3WN has made available software to decode the telemetry frames from the PRISM and STARS Amateur Radio satellites launched last week

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ZuneHD Site Found for new Microsoft PMP

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According to Gizmodo, theres supposed to be a Zune-related artwork displayed on ZuneHD. net, but now its gone. Site indeed looks official complete with Zune-logo favicon.

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Do-It-Yourself Fixed Projection Screen for Less Than $40

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Are you tired of using a bed sheet for a projection screen? Recently Instructables released a step by step process to create your very own 100 inch fixed projection screen.


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MS forces Valve to charge for L4D DLC

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Microsoft has reportedly told Valve that it must charge for the upcoming Crash Course DLC in Left 4 Dead.

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iPhone 3.0 beta firmware FAQ

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While most people would probably agree that 3. 0 doesnt represent a revolutionary upgrade for iPhone users, its still large (and interesting) enough to warrant tons of questions, which weve been collecting to answer in a FAQ about the beta.

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Ricohs CX1 point and shoot combines two shots for greater dynamic range, glory

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While high dynamic range is only recently getting some attention in the gaming and display worlds, for decades its been a tool of serious photographers wanting eye-popping exposures.

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