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Paul Danzer, N1II, Wins September QST Cover Plaque Award

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The winner of the QST Cover Plaque Award for September is Paul Danzer, N1II, for his article "A Simple Transformer to Measure Your Antenna Current." Congratulations, Paul! The winner of the QST Cover Plaque award -- given to the author or authors of the best article in each issue -- is determined by a vote of ARRL members on the QST Cover Plaque Poll Web page. Cast a ballot for your favorite article in the October issue by Saturday, October 31.

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Asus EeeBox EB1501: Tiny, With A Loud Roar

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Most nettops are pretty anemic devices, even for their limited duties as kitchen PCs/web machines/entertainment hubs. Occasionally though, one comes along that packs enough weight to be noteworthy.


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Video: Moblin finds a home with the Samsung NC10

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Now that Moblin is out in all of its alpha release glory, weve been preparing ourselves mentally and physically for the flood of videos were sure to receive as folks start installing the OS all over the place.

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Gigabyte GA-MA785GMT-UD2H Review

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In conjunction with AMD's new 785G chipset, the elaborately named Gigabyte GA-MA785GMT-UD2H is setup for AM3 and DDR3 support, as well as the latest integrated graphics with nifty home theatre features to boot. Is it worth the upgrade from 780G and how does it compare to a discrete HD 4350?

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ABI Research Says Mobile Phone Stock Increasing

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According to ABI Research, mobile phone handset vendors are starting to get optimistic as results of the first half of 2009 come in. According to the research firm 269 million handsets were shipped in 2Q 2009 and handsets sales are expected to build on that number for Q3.


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NASA and ATK successfully test Ares first stage motor

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There is a great video of the test firing of the ARES first stage motor now available on the web

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Robot With Digital Neurons Explores How Brains Adapt To Change

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This robot (its name is CARL) may not look especially biological (aside from the adorable little ears), but inside, its thinking with a computerized model of a rodent brain and interacting with the world through a biologically plausible nervous system.


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Dell Adamo XPS 9.99mm Thin Notebook Coming

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Dell just released a preview of the upcoming Adamo XPS 9. 99mm thin notebook design. There is not much to see, besides something very thin. The first Dell Adamo was stylish and very clean.


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GameStop cuts profit view; holiday sales stagnate (Reuters)

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Reuters - GameStop Corp said on Thursday holiday sales failed to improve from 2008, and cut its fourth-quarter profit forecast, sending shares of the biggest U.S. videogame retailer to a 13-month low.

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New SMM exploit targets Intel CPU caching vulnerability

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This one delves pretty deep into head-scratching territory, but it looks like the folks at Invisible Things Lab have discovered an exploit that could open the door to some potentially serious attacks on certain Intel CPUs paired with some popular motherboards.

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BDARA Offers Communications Assistance in Time of Need:

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With the current bad weather and disasters hitting homes and depriving some residents around the country of their essentials, the Brunei Darussalam Amateur Radio Association (BDARA) is extending their assistance by providing services of emergency communication using amateur radio to remote areas that had conventional communication system breakdown. According to BDARA, their repeater equipment was moved on Feb 7 to Bukit Ambok in order to give a better and wider coverage.

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Nokia N900

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Remember the Nokia N810? Well it seems like Nokia is not giving up on this internet tablet series since we have found some leaked images and specs of the all new Nokia N900.


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Family: Tower Victim (KE4PM) Not One to Take Risks:

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Freak accident claims life of Niles telecommunications specialist. NILES -- Despite his pursuit of a profession that involved scaling radio communications towers, some of them hundreds of feet high, Larry Prelog wasn't one to take risks, a family member and acquaintance said Tuesday. That's why his death on Sunday at the Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo, a day after a tower collapsed during a Field Day competition near Watervliet, was so difficult to accept. Prelog's daughter, Mindy Bittle, of Akron, Ohio, said the 57-year-old Prelog had a 40-year background in telecommunications tower installations and had climbed towers as high as 500 feet. Although he never discussed the dangers of his profession with his family, he didn't take chances when he was on a job, Bittle said. "He was very meticulous about being safe," she said. "He didn't talk about the dangers. Why would he want us to worry?" The competition he was involved in Saturday was nothing new, she added, pointing out he had taken part in the annual event for decades. Contrary to the impression some might have, Matt Severin, public information officer for the Blossomland Amateur Radio Association, said Field Day is not about who climbs towers the fastest. Instead, it involves amateur radio operators who attempt to position equipment on towers that result in the most radio contacts over a 24-hour period. "The antenna installation, there's no competition in putting those up. We set those up on Friday night or Saturday morning," he said. "Larry was a very particular, safety-type person. He always made sure things were done properly and safely." The tower Prelog was on was 30 feet high, not 60 feet as stated in initial reports, Severin said. He said the accident occurred when the lower portion of the tower collapsed. "This was an accident, a tragic freak accident," he said. "The tower essentially folded at the base." Prelog had been a ham radio operator since his teenage years, his daughter said. A telecommunications specialist, he worked most recently for Lakeland Regional Health Care System, she said.

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The Toshiba Protege M780 Multitouch Tablet-Book: Tough & Hot

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Those Toshiba engineers really know their stuff. The Protege M780 (via Akihabara News) is one of the best looking and most powerful tabletbooks out there.


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Galerie Der Gegenwart Comes to Live with 3D Digital Projection

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http://www. vimeo. com/5677104 You may have read late last year about the Trafalgar Square Lions that were brought to life by projecting an image over them.


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SwitchEasys ThumbTacks are the cutest iPod mics you ever did see

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SwitchEasys ThumbTacks are far from being the first third-party microphones designed to function nicely with Apples iPod nano 4G and second-generation iPod touch, but well be darned if they arent the cutest.

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Temotu Islands DXpedition

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After the great success of his last H40FN DXpedition to Temotu OM Siegfried, DK9FN, decided to make another DXpedition there this year

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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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Latest MP3 Player by ONN, the V2, rather gives you a sense of d?j?-vu

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Yes, you heard it right and would even see it for yourself looking at the picture. Hardly any noticeable difference between the new V2 and its brother iRiver E30.


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Home Theater Has 3300 DVDs Ready to Go

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People love to have collections, whether its stamps, comic books, or even baseball cards. James Pestones collects DVD movies and his entire collection was stored on the top floor of his house.


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ION Tiger Fuel Cell Powered UAV

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Despite their many advantages, fuel cells (which are powered by hydrogen) may not yet be ready for mainstream consumption, due (among other things) to the noticeable lack of a hydrogen distribution system.

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