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Screen Research Releases GrayPix Screen Fabric

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Screen Research, a world-class provider of innovative projector screen solutions for the home theater and professional markets, today announced that it is now shipping its GrayPix Ultra-contrast screen fabric.

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iRiver P7 PMP Now Official

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I know we promised to keep an eye on the iRiver P7 for you, but not to worry because the P7 is coming soon as iRiver has put up the product on ther website.

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MiniPCs Dual-Core Net-top Looks Like A Car Stereo

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Seriously, take a look at that photo and tell me it doesnt look like it just got ripped out of the dashboard of a car. This new net-top from MiniPC has more than just looks going for it, though.


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First ARISS contact from a broadcast station

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This Thursday, Australian station 4GY along with the other stations in their group, will put to air an ARISS contact. It's believed that this is the very first ARISS contact that's been conducted from a broadcast studio

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This Week in Amateur Radio #817 - Week of December 6, 2008

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Stories covered and special features in This Weeks edition: 01. ARISS celebrates 25 years of amateur radio in space with special event. 02. ARISS International Education Week celebration ends with ground QSO's. 03. Federal regulators hang up on the cell tower back up power issue. 04. A new European 40 meter band plan will be going into effect soon. 05. A think tank proposes moving the entire AM broadcast band. 06. The FCC issues fine for jamming school bus communications. 07. The FCC issues a broadcaster a fine for failing to identify. 08. Get ready for the new ARRL Triple Play Worked All States award. 09. WKRP in Cincinnati is back on the air -- this time for real! 10. It's time for our affiliate survey. 11. Scientists see larger Leonids meteor shower next November. 12. FCC's free internet plan has potential to morph into free spectrum space. 13. South Africa amateurs are set to launch their seconds amateur satellite. 14. Shortwave News: Radio Nederlands shuts down broadcasting to North America HCJB receives 100 kilowatt transmitter 15. New site on line dedicated to amateur radio videos. 16. Propagation forecast report with Steve Nichols, G0KYA. 17. Working Amateur Radio Satellites with Bruce Paige, KK5DO. 18. World Ham Radio and Technology News Round-Up EUROPE..............PUBLICIZING HAM RADIO TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIMENT UNITED KINGDOM......SOS RADIO WEEK FUND RAISER BANGLADESH..........BANGLADESH RESUMES HAM TESTING IRELAND.............RADIO FREQUENCY PLAN FOR IRELAND 19. The Random Access Christmas with Shannon Radigan, N0JAM. 20. Space Shuttle Endeavor ready for flight back to NASA Florida. 21. TWIAR QSL cards are now available. Send in for yours today. 22. ARRL International Humanitarian Award nominations fast approaching. 23. Technology News and Commentary with Leo Laporte. 24. Courage Handi-Ham Center Update with Pat Tice WA0TDA. 25. Gene Harken, WB9MMM, becomes a silent key. 26. Special event station listings. 27. The Gateway 160 Meter Net Report with Vern Jackson, WA0RCR. 28. ARRL headquarters gets a new membership manager, 29. Those good vibrations are coming through!

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Toshiba TG01 announced by DoCoMo and Telefonica

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Toshiba unveiled the ultra-thin (9. 9mm) TG01 Windows Smartphone in February. Today DoCoMo and Telefonica announced to offer the Toshiba TG01 in Japan and Spain respectively starting in June.


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Mumumusic T10 Kicks iPod Touch Screen Size

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The RAmos T10 now has a webpage and I guess a few model shots is in order. The side-by-side comparison with the iPod Touch, honestly, does not diminish the T10 HD-PMP in my eyesight.

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This Week in Amateur Radio #849 - Week of July 18, 2009

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-- North America's Premier On-The-Air Amateur Magazine Service -- TWIAR is available on the web via download, streaming, or podcast at www.twiar.org. We also support low bit rate legacy Real Audio and MP3 streams TWIAR and TWIARi are now both available via Apple I-Tunes and via other podcast distribution networks all across the internet. WIRELESS DEVICE ACCESS: If you have a wireless device such as a Sony PSP, Blackberry, or other device. You can download both TWIAR/TWIAR International from our new html free wireless device download portal at kxkvi.blogspot.com. STATIC FILES: TWIAR also supports those in need of static files for station automation. Contact us for further details. Weekly on the Access America/Sky Scanner Satellite Radio Nework and Sundays at 4pM eastern on WBCQ 7.415 Megahertz Shortwave * * * CELEBRATING 16.33 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE HAM RADIO COMMUNITY * * * Here is a summary of the news items and special features covered in edition 849 of "This Week in Amateur Radio, and "This Week in Amateur Radio Headline News". North Americas premier on-the-air audio bulletin services, for the week beginning July 18, 2009. This week's edition of This Week in Amateur Radio comes to you anchored by Scott Westerman, W9WSW, reporting from our southwest news bureau in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by Steve Batton, W4XQ, reporting from our southern news bureau in Holly Hills, Florida, by Andre Wald, KC0MMY, reporting from our northeast news bureau in Whitehall, New York, and by Will Rogers, W4WLR, reporting from our southern news bureau in West Palm Beach, Florida. Mixing, editing, and additional anchoring by George Bowen, W2XBS at our headquarters facility in Albany, New York. This Week in Amateur Radio, This Week in Amateur Radio Headline News, and This Week in Amateur Radio International are edited and rendered on Adobe Audition work stations. THIS WEEKS PROGRAM RUNNING TIME: -------------------------------- * FULL VERSION of This Week in Amateur Radio runs 100 minutes. ------------------------------------------- * HEADLINE NEWS VERSION of This Week in Amateur Radio runs 60 minutes. SPECIAL PROGRAM NOTES: * Closed circuit advisory and weekly program promos are available as a separate audio file download. CONTENT: ------- Stories covered and special features in This Weeks edition: 01. Iconic news anchorman, Walter Cronkite, KB2GSD, SK 02. New Vice Directors visit ARRL HQ in advance of Board of Directors meeting. 03. HR 2160 gains support in Congress. 04. World Radio Conference 2011 becomes World Radio Conference 2012. 05. A companion bill to Senate Spectrum Inventory Act is introduced in Congress 06. Shuttle Endeavour arrives at the International Space Station. 07. Working Amateur Radio Satellites with Bruce Paige, KK5DO. 08. TWIAR Staff Blogs are now on line - Visit our blogs. 09. FCC Chairman Genechowski announces Wireless Bureau Senior Staff. 10. College students design and build new amateur radio digital satellite. 11. Amateur radio helps save lifes during shooting at fireworks display. 12. Amateur radio helps avoid a railroad disaster. 13. The Random Access Thought with Bill Baran, N2FNH. "Process Results" 14. QSL Cards? Yup TWIAR has them, and you can get yours today! 15. HamVention 2010 announces leadership team. 16. Amateur radio news clips. 17. SuitSat 2 engineering meeting results. 18. Pig hunters in New Zealand, causing radio interference. 19. Slow progress on 40 meter expansion worldwide. 20. Some digital television stations find the move to VHF troublesome. 21. A morse code typo is flashing its way over a major U.S. city. 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

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PSPgo already semi-hacked

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The PSPgo has already been hacked by gamers, kind of.

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NEC NP901W Projector Review

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The NEC NP901W is one of the companys newest portable projectors. This projector displays 2000 ANSI lumens, a 400:1 contrast ratio, and a WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution.


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UK Amateur Radio Licences as at 28th February 2009

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The UK regulator Ofcom has supplied the figures for the total number of Amateur Radio Licences issued as at 28th February, 2009

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Finland to make broadband a legal right

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The Finnish government has announced plans to make 1Mb/s Internet connectivity a legal right of all citizens - and to extend that to 100Mb/s for all by 2015.

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A Prehistoric Twitter is Born Again:

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IN 1844, SAMUEL MORSE transmitted the first telegraph message, asking the world via a series of electrical pulses, "What hath God wrought?" One hundred and sixty-five years later, a group of 20 or so New Yorkers is gathered around a speaker-size black box beside the Gowanus Canal, awaiting the answer.With little more than some wood pieces, 500 feet of wire and a pair of bronze 1930s ham radio keys from eBay, artists Benjamin Cohen and Sierra Pettengill have assembled two telegraph stations linking the banks of the Gowanus. In an exercise that's part public comment box, part science camp activity and total excuse to brown-bag beers on a Sunday at sunset, the artists are mounting "The Great Trans-Gowanus Cable" to re-create the rush Morse must have felt at witnessing human speech emerge from electricity.

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Robot Gets Swine Flu, Cries About It

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Good news, everyone! Now even robots can get swine flu! This sexy fellow has been designed to exhibit all the symptoms of everyones favorite epidemic, including moaning, sweating, convulsing, and crying.


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Dell Makes Mini 10 Official

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Dell made the much talked about and anticipated Mini 10 official today and unveiled the little machine in a number of colors (including I4U green!).

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Garmin, ASUS form partnership for phones, nuvifone G60 first model

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We knew the nuvifone was an ASUS-sourced piece, but who knew the partnership was going to run so deep? Garmin and ASUS have joined hands to create the Garmin-Asus strategic alliance with the goal of designing and producing a whole line of co-branded handsets.

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Venus JXD300 Clones PSP 2000 but not PSP GO

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Even the Chinese cloners are steering clear of the PSP Go. Venus has a new all-around PMP that coincidentally resembles the PlayStation Portable hardware.


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Stimulus bill seeks plan to ensure all Americans have broadband access

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As weve seen in the decidedly botched digital TV transition, nothing involving government and technology is ever straightforward. With that in mind, let us present to you the most germane portion of the recently passed economic stimulus package with respect to gadgets and the overall nerd kingdom: $7.

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Unicom confirmed as Chinese iPhone provider?

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Its been a long, arduous road to Shanghai for the iPhone, but its trip may finally be at an end. Sure, there are already thousands of the things in the pockets and purses of trendy Chinese right now, but an official launch there has taken ages.

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Canon SELPHY ES40 Compact Photo Printer with voice guidance system, large 3.5-inch LCD screen

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The new Canon SELPHY ES40 Compact Photo Printer is the latest addition to the SELPHY line which has become synonymous for producing high-quality photos, being portable and easy-to-use.


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Projectiondesign Announces Quantum Projector

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Projectiondesigns Avielo series are some of their best home cinema projectors available. Today, the company announced that a new projector will be added, the quantum.


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