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Discovery docks with space station

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Space shuttle Discovery docked with the International Space Station at 5:19 pm EDT Tuesday

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Zune Software for Phone Codenamed ???Pink???: Zune Phone or Nvidia Tegra Smartphone?

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Heres the skinny. Microsoft is tapping ad agencies for a new ad campaign for a product known only as Pink. The new campaign needs fresh ideas, says Microsoft and of course a few agencies, including McCann Erickson, which currently is the agency of choice at Microsoft.

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Risks of not doing online backup of PC

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Online backup is one thing whose importance is not understood properly by mainstream consumers. People dont realize how important it is to safeguard important data.


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Autonet Mobile bringing WiFi to Cadillac CTS sports sedan

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Autonet Mobile just notched another one in its belt by scoring a deal to hook GMs Cadillac CTS up with integrated WiFi. Starting this April, folks who splurge on one of these sports sedans will be treated to WiFi (a $499 dealer-installed option) in the car, and best of all, it uses a new, smaller router than can be easily transferred to another vehicle thats equipped with an identical dock.

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Solar Spiderbot Is Destined To Live On The Beach

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According to Make, this solar powered walker (with obstacle avoidance, it looks like) has something to do with Theo Jansens Strandbeests, which we covered on OhGizmo back in 2007.


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TerreStar Sat Phone to be Distributed by AT&T

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TerreStar makes a satellite phone that is small and looks like most other features phones rather than a suitcase device that looks like it is from the 1990s.


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4,000 Comcast passwords leaked

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The e-mail addresses and passwords for over 4,000 Comcast customers found their way on to document sharing site Scribd.com for over two months.

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Olympus exec declares twelve megapixels is enough

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The megapixel race has been declared over plenty of times before, but were guessing that there will be more folks than ever in agreement with Olympus exec Akira Watanabes recent statement that twelve megapixels is enough for covering most applications most customers need.

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Sony Releases VPL-MX20 Projector

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Sony is proud to announce the release of their newest portable projector, the VPL-MX20. This model features a native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution, a 650:1 contrast ratio, and 2000 ANSI lumens, with the ability to display 2500 ANSI lumens in high lamp mode.

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Hawk Trainable Telepresence Robot

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If you feel like youve outgrown smaller hobby-class robots, it might be time to step up to Dr. Robots Hawk mobile telepresence humanoid.


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Beavercreek Man Finally Gets His Amateur Radio License:

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It was to Greene County's benefit that Morse code was dropped from the amateur radio license requirements in 2007. That meant that Bill Watson of Beavercreek could finally get his amateur radio license. "My inability to make friends with the requirement that I learn Morse code remained a stumbling block. I could pass the theory test but not the code test," said Watson, who "jumped into studying for the license exam" as soon as the Morse code requirement was dropped. He passed all three license tests in about 18 months and then became a member of the Greene County Amateur Radio Emergency Service. GCARES is "a countywide organization of volunteer amateur radio operators dedicated to training and preparedness to provide supplemental communications support for local government and other nonprofit disaster relief organizations within Greene County in the event of a disaster or other emergency when normal communication systems become disrupted or inadequate."

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Kenwood 120S Inc SSB Filter - 0.99 GBP

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Kenwood 120S 10/15/20/40/80M 150W HF Transciever complete with fitted Kenwood SSB Filter, produces very punchy audio signals to break through those pile ups. The radio is in good clean condition and full working order and comes complete with mic.

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Tune In To Ham Hobby:

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MEMBERS of Axholme Radio Club (ARC) have launched a campaign to promote the advantages of amateur radio and are embarking on a programme to introduce it to young and old alike - but are especially keen to hear from youth organisations. The club is situated at Holly Tree Farm on Epworth's West End Road and has already provided a base for young people from the Scout Association, the Air Cadets and other interested parties. Club members can give instruction in all Radio Society of Great Britain's Licences - Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced - and it is a recognised examination centre. ARC provides classrooms, workshops and a good deal of equipment, for projects of all kinds. Currently work is progressing from individual member's interests from constructing, to tracking international space station and weather satellites. Speaking to other radio amateurs is, of course, the main aim of all participants and the ARC has substantial equipment to reach almost every part of the world. Club members also help with radio and science projects in other locations, often transporting equipment far a-field to supporting charity and fund-raising activities, by providing communications and security cover.

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Pirate Bay trial ends in guilty verdict

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Innocent or guilty? The verdict of The Pirate Bay trial is revealed, and the site plans to hold a press conference to discuss the court ruling later today.

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Cellular group says mobile calls safe from hackers (Reuters)

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Reuters - A wireless industry group said mobile phone conversations are safe from eavesdropping, even after a German security expert released the code for unscrambling calls made using most of the world's cell phones.

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ARES Team Safe After Tyhoon Disaster Scare:

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Welfare concerns about a Chinese Taipei Amateur Radio League (CTARL) emergency communications group have been allayed, with the latest report that the team has made it safe to dry ground. The ARES members Ted Yu BV2OO, Solo Chen BM5ABU and K.L. Wu BM6AHR and two doctors and four nurses flew by helicopter into amid rough turbulent weather to reach Chin-Ho (part of the Tau-Yuan Zone, Kao-Hsiong City) that was surrounded by flood waters. They are providing support to the rescue and relief effort in response to the Typhoon Morakot disaster that has an expected death toll of several hundred with thousands more are homeless in what are the worst floods in Taiwan in 50 years. Quickly setting up the ham radio station equipment the ARES team began using the 40m band, with their situation report communications helping the rescue and recovery operation. A report by the IARU CTARL Liaison Officer, Ralph Yang BV2FB said the radio traffic included details of needed medicine, fresh water and food supplies. The ARES team had to flee for their own safety when a lake broke its banks and threatened to inundate where they had set up. They made it to a cabbage field where they slept before resuming their emergency communications efforts to tell everyone they were 'alive and kicking'. ARES was last known to be using 7.080MHz.

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Nokia 6700

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Nokia today announced Nokia 6700 classic, a relatively inexpensive phone considering it includes an A-GPS receiver. Nokia 6700 has a metal keymat and comes with a 5MP camera, assisted GPS navigation with Nokia Maps, and 3G connectivity.

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David Perry: PSP 2 is real, coming soon

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David Perry, the Chief Creative Officer at Acclaim, claims that Sony's PSP2 is real and could be released this year.

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Blizzard: "We are not anti-console"

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Blizzard is definitely going to make console games in the future, claims WoW producer.

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Christie Helps with First Live Earth-to-Space Station Chat

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Christie is a global leader in visual solutions for entertainment, business, and industry. Recently they announced that they went bigger than global as they used their state-of-the-art digital cinema projectors to project video of NASA astronauts onboard the International Space Station.

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Houston Representative Introduces Amateur Radio Bill in Congress

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On Wednesday, April 29, Representative Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-TX) introduced HR 2160, the Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Enhancement Act of 2009 in the US House of Representatives. This bill, if passed, would "promote and encourage the valuable public service, disaster relief, and emergency communications provided on a volunteer basis by licensees of the Federal Communications Commission in the Amateur Radio Service, by undertaking a study of the uses of Amateur Radio for emergency and disaster relief communications, by identifying unnecessary or unreasonable impediments to the deployment of Amateur Radio emergency and disaster relief communications, and by making recommendations for relief of such unreasonable restrictions so as to expand the uses of Amateur Radio communications in Homeland Security planning and response." The bill has been referred to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.

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