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Barco Provides Projectors for CineBistro Theaters

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Barco is a global leader in digital cinema technology. Today, the company was happy to announce that they have been selected provide projectors for Cobb Theaters.


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Zune Phone With Tegra At MWC?

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Take this one with a grain of salt-but just a grain. Weve heard several rumors about a Zune phone thats expected to launch at the Mobile World Congress.


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Garmin Foretrex 401

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Apparently Garmin is coming a with new Foretrex called Garmin Foretrex 401. We didnt think Garmin would continue with this series after coming up with products such Forerunner 405CX and even Forerunner 310XT, but they must have seen the market for it.


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KDDI au unveils iida sub-brand for high design

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Japans KDDI au has long been famous for its Design Project handsets -- some of which have made the leap from concept to production -- and the CDMA carrier is looking to ramp up its fashion street cred with the creation of an entire brand dedicated to those oh-so-special models.

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Screen Research Displays New Screen Features at ISE 09

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Screen Research is a world-class provider of innovative projector screen solutions for the custom home theater and professional markets. Recently they announced that they will be displaying at ISE in Amsterdam for the first time ever.

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LG Sells Over 2 million Cookies Worldwide

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The LG Cookie/Cooky, their latest Touch phone, (More details here after the Jump), has reached the 2 million sales mark worldwide within 5 month LG Electronics (LG), a global leader and technology innovator in mobile communications, announced today that its attractively-priced full touchscreen handset, LG Cookie (LG-KP500), recorded over two million unit sales worldwide in the five short months since its debut last October despite the global economic downturn.

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New Verizon BlackBerry Phones coming.

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BlackBerries, BlackBerries, BlackBerries! It must be summer, because BlackBerries are popping up all along the countryside. First up; the BlackBerry Tour.


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Opnext Begins Shipping of Red Laser Diodes for Microvision SHOW WX Projector

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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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NEC Releases NC2500S-A Projector

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NEC is proud to announce the latest addition to their Stars Series, the NC2500S-A. This model is the latest in digital theater technology and features 23000 ANSI lumens, a 2000:1 contrast ratio, and a 2K HD (2048 x 1080) resolution.


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NASA Program Links up Fassett with International Space Station:

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Talk about long distance: Fassett Middle School students peppered an International Space Station astronaut with questions Monday as he orbited about 220 miles above North America -- at 17,500 miles an hour. Using ham radio airwaves, 16 students at the Oregon school had nearly 10 minutes to pose questions to Michael Fincke, commander of the station’s Expedition 18, as part of a NASA educational program. The Pennsylvania native, who is a colonel in the U.S. Air Force, is on his second space station trip. “Our planet is definitely incredible,” Colonel Fincke told Fassett’s about 550 students. “I wish all of you could see what I’m seeing right now.” The Toledo Mobile Radio Association supplied ham radio equipment that provided the connection between Colonel Fincke and Fassett. The exchange was part of a program called Amateur Radio on the International Space Station. “It was really hurried, but luckily we got everything done in time,” said Spencer Mizelle, a Fassett eighth grader. “We got good answers. They were what we wanted to know. I learned a lot.”

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Shuttle Debuts Portable All-in-One PC

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When I hear the name Shuttle, I think of bare bones small form factor machines that you need to add your own CPU and other hardware to. Shuttle has announced a new machine that is complete and ready to run called the X50.

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Qualcomm hit with massive fine

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Mobile communications giant Qualcomm has been hit with a record fine by South Korean antitrust authorities over claims of anticompetitive behaviour.

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Amateur Radio Bill Passes Senate, Moves to the House:

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On Monday, December 14, S 1755 -- The Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Enhancement Act of 2009 -- passed the Senate by unanimous consent; the bill now goes to the House of Representatives for consideration. Sponsored by Senator Joe Lieberman (ID-CT), and Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), S 1755, if passed, would direct the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to undertake a study on emergency communications.

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Elecoms Scope Node precision mouse - its precise, but only in Japan

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Usually, when a company attempts to change up the mouse its a purely cosmetic affair. But as any ergonomist will tell you, the fundamental design of the device leaves a lot to be desired.

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Ham Radio Operators Learn to Turn Hobby into Vital Link:

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Operating a ham radio can be a lot of fun, but in times of emergency it also can be a lifesaver. Members of the Cape May County Amateur Radio Club know this full well and have lent their hand in more than one emergency situation. The nonprofit organization began in the 1970s in Stone Harbor but in the '80s grew to encompass all of Cape May County. The purpose of the club is to provide a public service to shore communities through the development of supplemental emergency communications facilities. Members are licensed by the federal government and first have to pass a test. But then, with just some basic equipment, ham operators can enjoy their hobby, being able to speak with other ham radio operators around the world. Roy Conners, of Cape May Court House, is a member of the Cape May County Amateur Radio Club and serves as its public information officer. He has been involved with amateur radio since he was a boy. "I started fooling with ham radios when I was about 12 and television was just starting in the 1940s," Conners said. "I am a tinkerer, always building things, and I would find parts in the trash that I would put together to make radios. It never lost its fascination for me. Just being able to put up an antenna and receive a signal is a thrill for me. Ham radio operators can speak with others around the world and even to space stations and satellites. It's just a fascinating hobby to me." Conners said in times of weather or other emergency, ham radio operators swing into action. When other lines of communication are down, ham radio operators can become a vital link," Conners said. "We help in all types of emergencies like hurricanes and other storms. During the World Trade Center attacks, thousands of ham radio operators converged on the scene ready to lend a hand."

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Solara Field Tracker 2100

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You may ask yourself what is this hideous yellow thing? Well, it is a GPS tracking device and we wont argue with you about its hideousness. However we would like to remind you that it may very well save your life.


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Apple touch-screen netbook in Q3?

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Boom: Apple netbook in Q3 -- thats the rumor being spread by the Commercial Times / DigiTimes tag-team of electronics tattlers. Apparently, Wintek will supply the touch-panels to Quanta computer wholl be tasked with assembling Apples netbook.

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concept device: GPS PathQuest

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Here is another concept device that you wont see on store shelves. Ever. This none-existing gadget, called GPS PathQuest, features dual screens that slide over each other and uses E-ink technology to conserve battery.


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WoW to get in-game addiction therapists?

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London psychiatrists have proposed setting up a form of in-game therapy for player addicted to World of Warcraft.

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QARS Holds 'Open day' for Ham Radio Enthusiasts:

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As part of its preparations for Qatar National Day celebrations, the Qatar Amateur Radio Society (QARS) yesterday held an "Open day" for its members and other ham radio enthusiasts at Cultural Village. The members and visitors to the place were given an opportunity to operate telephonic and telegraphic communications using amateur radio equipment within the frequency bands specified by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). It was announced at the meeting that to coincide with the Qatar National Day celebrations, Qatar amateurs would participate with the international call sign (A71QND) assigned to QARS by the Supreme Council of Communications and Information Technology (IctQatar).

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STARMAC Quad-Rotor Learns To Do Provably Safe Backflips

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If you had a fancy and presumably expensive quad-rotor UAV, and you wanted to get it to do a backflip, and you were really really smart, youd probably do what researchers from UC Berkeley and Stanford did with their STARMAC (Stanford Testbed of Autonomous Rotorcraft for Multi-Agent Control) robot: teach it to only do flips if it can provably make a successful recovery.


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