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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - November 2018

Technology Headline News Archives - RF Cafe

If you came to RF Cafe looking for a certain news item you remember seeing or found on a search engine, there is a good chance it is no longer on the homepage. Headlines change daily (except Saturdays). Here are links to all the headline archives.

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• GM to Stop Production of Chevy Volt (V = 0)

Semiconductors Enter a Rough Patch

Slowing Memory Market Cools Chip Growth

• California Radio Amateur Receives Notice of Unlicensed Operation from FCC

• BAE Systems to Develop Machine Learning Algorithms to Decode RF Signals


Millimeter-Wave Spectrum Auction Hits $145M in Bids

Ham Radio Satellites to Launch from India on November 29

• "Tech Crash Echo:" It's Beginning to Feel a Bit Like 2000

• 7 Films That Absolutely Get the Science Right

Why We Shouldn't Like Coffee, But We Do


• Which Tech Companies Hired Big in 2018?

• U.S. FCC Chairman Calls on Industry to Join Anti-Spoofing Efforts

2019 Will See Lots of 5G Action But Not Necessarily Revenues

• Microsoft Overtakes Apple as World's Most Valuable Company

• 1:4 U.S. Adults Sits >8 Hours a Day


• FCC Launches Space Debris Mitigation Review

• Huawei: 5G Is Ready to Go

• German Regulator Publishes Final Draft Conditions for 5G Auction

• DoD Wants More $ for Directed-Energy Weapons for Drone and Missile Defense

GM to Cut Production, Reduce Salaried Workforce by 15%


• 40% of World's Population on 5G by 2025

• FCC's 28 GHz Spectrum Auction Raises $36M in 1st Round

• Deutsche Telekom Reveals Ambitious Plans for 5G Rural Coverage

5G Likely to Disrupt Smartphone Market

• The Internet's Precarious Health


• China "Has Taken Gloves Off" in Theft of U.S. Technology Secrets

• U.S. Military Launching Advanced Radio Technologies Development

• Bidding Shows Signs of Slowing in 28 GHz Spectrum Auction

Silicon Valley Wages Drop as Business Booms

Google News May Shut over EU Plans to Tax Links


• Apple iPhone Supplier Foxconn Planning Deep Cost Cuts

28, 24 GHz Auction Primer: What to Expect

BlackBerry Jumps into Security with $1.4B Cylance Acquisition

Europe 5G Network Buildout to Trigger Deals

• 6 Rules for EEs from Seal Team 6


• What We Know About 5G Smartphones (so far)

Supercomputer Top 500 Shows China, U.S. Gains

• Fujitsu Moving RF Signal Processing from Analog to Digital

• UK Team Aims for Commercial Quantum-Based Gravity Sensor

• What Happens When Your Data Gets Redirected to China


• After Conquering World, Smartphone Faces Uncertain Future

Detecting Bombs and Weapons with WiFi

Semiconductor Degradation Mechanism Identified

Digital Spending Shatters Records

• Electronic Warfare Creates Battlefield on a Different Wavelength


• FCC Approves Use of Galileo Global Navigation Satellite System in U.S.

GE in Peril -Another American Foundation Company Disappearing Due to Mismanagement

• Smartphones Raising a Mentally Fragile Generation

Massive MIMO to Create More Wireless Channels & More Vulnerabilities

• UK Firms May MicroChip 1000s of Employees to Increase Security (Big Brother)


• Germany Mulls 5G ban for Huawei and ZTE

• SpaceX Sees Lower Orbit for Its 4,000+ Satellite Constellation

$775,000 Paid to Software Engineers Fired for Union Organizing

• Q3 Silicon Wafer Shipments Set New Quarterly Record

• Microsoft Resumes Rolling out Windows 10 October Update


Russia Jammed GPS During Major NATO Military Exercise

• U.S. FCC Orders Residents to Disconnect Security Camera Causing Harmful Interference

Women Leave Tech Jobs Because They Can't Climb the Ladder

5G Is in the Eye of the Beholder

• CBRS Proponents Fret over NTIA's Ongoing 3.5 GHz Testing


Wireless Capex Shows Signs of Sluggishness

• China Fixates on AI and Trump

• GSMA Raises 5G Spectrum Warning

Global Li-Fi Market Expected to Be Worth $35.8B by 2028

• 9 Top-15 2018 Semi Suppliers to Post Double-Digit Gains


• Top 500 Shows China, U.S. Gains

• Survey Reveals Rampant Adoption of Industry 4.0

• December is Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) Month

•• Users Stop Engaging with Brands After Data Breaches

• Maxwell - The Propulsion Solution for Small Satellites


Trials Begin at 3.7-4.2 GHz in 3 Midwest Locations

Cord Cutting Accelerates as Pay TV Loses 1M in Last Q3

• GSMA Reckons Spectrum Might Come in Handy for 5G

• Talent 2050: Ensuring Future Global Competitiveness

Glonass Navigation Satellite in Orbit after Soyuz Launch


• The Challenge of Tech Talent Scarcity

• Quarterly YoY Growth Slows Substantially for IC Market

• NTT DoCoMo to Launch Pre-Commercial 5G Services in September 2019

• Globalfoundries Spins out Custom Chip Business

• Volvo, Cadillac, Tesla Top List of Most Unreliable Nameplates


• U.S. Ups Ante on Chinese Industrial Espionage Claims

• Vodafone Activates 1st 5G Mast in Germany

• NIH: High Exposure to RF Radiation Associated with Cancer in Male Rats (fake news)

ARRL's New CEO to Serve All Ages and Amateur Radio Interests

• Tim Berners-Lee "Launches 'Magna Carta for the Web'


• Brief ARRL Website Outage Planned for Wednesday, November 7

FCC Fines Ham Radio Licensee $25,000 for Operating Unlicensed FM Station

iPhone Troubles As Apple Changes Story

FCC Fines for Misuse of Public Safety Radio Communications

• New Quantum Criticality Discovered in Superconductivity


• FCC Accepting Applicants for Honors Engineering Program

• Broadcasters Say FCC Should Not Sacrifice in Wireless Industry's Race to 5G

• Europe Pledges €1B for Applied Quantum Technologies

Wind Turbine Infrasound Harmful to Human Heart

Bitcoin Can Push Global Warming >2°C in a Couple Decades


• FCC Tests Show Wi-Fi Can Share with DSRC at 5.9 GHz

• Essex Firm to Build Portable Atomic Clocks

• Who Can Save Companies When Execs Go off the Rails?

• Tests Show Integrated Quantum Chip Operations Possible

Star Trek-Inspired Tractor Beam Built for Quantum Work


• Telcos Must Evolve to Capitalise on $12.3T 5G Opportunity

Human Knowledge to Escape Earth's Boundaries

Fujitsu Closes Computer Plant in Germany

U.S. Bans Exports to Chinese DRAM Maker

• New Horizons' New Year's Day Flyby of Ultima Thule


• Silent Key Memorial Event Commemorates Departed Radio Amateurs

SEMI Europe Call to Candidates for 2019 European Elections

3D-Printed Supercapacitor Shows Promise

ARISS Plan Under Consideration for NASA's Deep Space Gateway Program

Robust Jobs Market Sees Another 227,000 Hires in October

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