Admit it, you want some Cupcake but are afraid of ditching the physical keyboard altogether. Good news for those of you whove snagged one of those Android Dev Phone 1s, because your wish may be our command.
Microsoft has given official news about the different versions of Windows 7 that will be hitting the market - and it's even more confusing than Vista was.
The Asus X71SL is a recently launched 17-inch entertainment laptop, featuring Intels Core 2 Duo processor, the NVIDIA GeForce 9300M G 256MB graphics, and SiS M671DX chipset.
Samsung marked the sale of its 50 millionth full touch screen mobile phone globally this month, confirming its leadership in this fast-growing market segment.
The American Radio Relay League's round-up of the forthcoming week's DX activity
The new time trial map pack for Mirror's Edge was meant to be released on all platforms this Thursday, but has been hit by delays.
Ricoh today announced the release of the CX2, a new digital camera featuring a high magnification 10. 7x (28-300 mm) optical wide-angle zoom lens in a compact body only 29.
Just a reminder that the ILLW is on again this year on the 3rd full weekend in August, as usual, the 15th-16th August
We knew this day would come, and at last weve been faced with 56+ minutes of webOS-related video that we could barely keep our eyes open for.
THIS WEEKS PROGRAM RUNNING TIME:
* FULL VERSION of This Week in Amateur Radio runs 93 minutes.
* HEADLINE NEWS VERSION of This Week in Amateur Radio runs 61 minutes.
SPECIAL PROGRAM NOTES:
* Closed circuit advisory and weekly program promos are available as
a separate audio file download.
Stories covered and special features in This Weeks edition:
01. Laura L.Smith is named to amateur radio enforcement role at the FCC.
02. Michael J Kopps is named acting FCC Chairman by President Barrack Obama.
03. Julius Genechowski is appointed to head of FCC by President Obama.
04. A Pennsylvania amateur receives a $4000. Notice of Apparent Liability
from the FCC.
05. House Republicans kill the Digital Television Transition delay bill,
so now what?
06. Dean Feken, KL7MA is appointed Oklahoma Section Manager.
07. Amateur radio operations can resume from Midway Atoll.
08. J.John Thompson WB5SYT is appointed new West Gulf Division Vice President.
09. Strong winds topple broadcast and amateur antennas across Spain.
10. Motorola announces another round of layoffs.
11. The US and South Africa cooperate to search for lost vessel at sea.
12. Russia says there will be no more tourist trips to Space Station.
13. NASA is asking the amateur radio community for help with mission.
14. New developments in the murder trial of KD7VWJ and KD7VWK.
15. Follow Up on Rochester Hamfest.
16. The most wanted DX Entity list is published.
17. Technology News and Commentary with Leo Laporte.
18. Field Day 2009 Packets will be available on line on Febraury 2nd.
19. A giant 160 meter beam is erected in Finland.
20. Monthly Propagation Forecast with Steve Nichols, G0KYA.
21. The KXKVI TWIAR Download Portal is now active on the internet.
22. The Random Access Thought with Bill Baran, N2FNH. "Dead Media #3"
23. Courage Handi-Ham System Update with Pat Tice, WA0TDA.
24. The Log Book of The World is now easier to use.
25. Desecheo Island DXpedition is issued a call sign.
26. John Scott Redd K0DQ receives the nations top intelligence award.
27. Korea unveils a new postage stamp honoring ARDF Championships.
28. The K6DUE cal lsign is now a part of the ARISS Amateur Radio Club.
29. NASA invites the public to pick the next Hubble Telescope target.
30. California becomes first to pass eco-friendly television regulations
31. The Gateway 160 Meter Net Report with Vern Jackson, WA0RCR.
32. World Amateur Radio Day is Coming up soon
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
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That PlayStation 3 price drop rumored to be coming tomorrow? Not happening, according to Sony. In a statement given to Joystiq, SCEA public relations manager Al De Leon says, we do not have plans for a PS3 price drop, and any rumors to that effect are false and are the result of speculation.
We have been hearing for a few months now about the Aaxa Technologies P1 pico projector. Today the company announced finally the release of this little machine.
Side-by-side, I have to admit that the Meizu M8 can match iPhone in looks. Ultimately, in China its going to be features like hardware sleekness and video playback that are going to make the difference with the Chinese people.
Amazon has added additional datasets to its EC2 cloud computing system, surpassing 1TB of easily-accessible data from various public sources.
As with any good recipe, a range of ingredients has to come together if a reference book is to succeed. Solid content is, of course, essential.
I dont generally get too worked up about transforming robot toys, if for no other reason than there are tons of mediocre ones that just go from looking like a messed up vehicle to looking like a messed up robot.
The date for the Global Simulated Emergency Test (GlobalSET), sponsored by IARU Region 1, has been altered to coincide with World Amateur Radio Day which takes place on Saturday, April 18th
The Samsung GT-C5212 (sounds fast, doesnt it?) seems to be the candybar twin to the Samsung B5702 we mentioned a little earlier in the month -- but lacks the wowee factor those SIM indicator lights brought.
Momoka Eri, a Japanese model whose also a talented business women, owns a company that decorates mobile phones, PSPs, DSs, and so on. . . Its apparently an Aspire One owner as well.
Bethesda apparently considered an iPhone version of Fallout 3, though it has yet to find a format of gameplay that works well.
Sporadic E summary pages have existed already for many years in Europe first started by Udo, DK5YA between 2001 and 2005 and then by Steffen, DM2SR in 2007-2008. In 2008 this section became part of MMMonVHF directed by Frank, PA4EME and Udo, DK5YA.