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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - July 2019

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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• Nomophobia: Fear of Being Without Your Phone and Having Low-Battery Anxiety

FEMA and FCC to Conduct EAS Test

Student-Built Satellites Deployed into Orbit from ISS

• Canada Invests C$85M in Satellite to Narrow Remote Area Broadband Gap

Tesla Stocks Fall After Posting Wider-Than-Expected Loss


• Apple Set to Buy Intel's Cellphone Chip Manufacturing Business

Ultrathin Transistors for Faster Computer Chips

• OneWeb, Airbus Start World's 1st High-Volume Satellite Production in Florida

• DoJ Ready to Greenlight Sprint/T-Mobile U.S. Merger

• Court Awards Lumileds Permanent Injunction Against Elec-Tech for Epi Trade Secret Violation


2020 iPhones May Get Gaming-Centric Displays

FTC Hits Facebook with $5B Privacy Fine

• UK Passes on Opportunity to Ban Huawei from 5G Rollout

• Korean Subscribers Complain of Poor Quality of 5G Services

Speediest Quantum Operation Yet Is 200x Faster


• 88% of Adults Dine While Staring at a Screen

• Indian Telcos Consider 5G Auction Boycott

Search for New Semiconductors Eyes Gallium Oxide

• €500M German Battery Institute Hit by Scandal over Site Decision

• Qualcomm to Fight Second EU Antitrust Fine


FCC Modifies 2.5 GHz Band Regulations to Support 5G

• Tech Workers Finding Jobs Outside of Traditional Tech

Women in Radio: A Closer Look at Changing Roles

• Michigan Lawmaker Keeps Watchful Eye on 5.9 GHz

• DOJ Launches Antitrust Probe into Tech Giants


Defence Communication Equipment Market to Grow at 10% YoY 2019 to 2029

• CEOs Diverge on Moore's Law

Global Market for IoT-Focused Satellite Services Worth $5.9B in 2025

• UbiquitiLink Wants to Turn Every Cellphone into a Satellite Phone

• USMC EW Vehicle Jams & Downs Iranian UAV in Persian Gulf


Amateur Radio at 2019 EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh

Chips Fueled Armstrong's Giant Leap

• DARPA Updates $1.5B Electronics Resurgence Initiative

ITU Accepts EURAO as Sector Member

• EC Fined Qualcomm €242M for Having Superior 3G Baseband Chipsets


• SK Telecom 1st to Intro 5G Roaming

SATCOM Equipment Market for Space Worth $7.0B by 2025

• Germany Makes 700 MHz Frequency Band Available for 5G Rollouts

• Sprint Touts Launch of "True 5G" Across Chicago

• Amazon Worker Claims Treatment Like Robots


Centenarian Ham's Efforts Helped Pave Way to Moon

• Why the 1st Man on the Moon Had to Be an Engineer

• What the Japan-Korea Trade War Means to the World (I didn't know there was one)

Funny Fridays Engineering Humor

• China Becomes World's Largest IoT Market w/1B Connections


• New USPTO Rule Requiring Foreign-Domiciled Applicants Have U.S.-Licensed Attorney

China Growth Falls to 27 Year Low

• Apple Watch Let Owners Spy on Others' iPhones

• Pentagon Tracks U.S. Rare Earths Output Amid China Trade Dispute

• No Consensus Reached for FCC on Symbol Rate Issues


• Pentagon Scopes out 5G Impact for Military Bases

• IARU Offers Assurances re French 144–146 MHz Allocation

• Wireless Broadband Alliance Releases Wi-Fi 6 Deployment Guidelines

• Initial 6G Work Underway

• FCC Looks to Extend Spoofed Robocall Rules to Text Messages


• U.S. Has Fastest 5G Peak Speeds

• MIT Researcher Addresses Power Efficiency Problem in Wireless Comms

• Amazon Seeks Permission to Launch 3.2k Broadband Satellites

Google Admits Listening to Smart Speaker Recordings

• 'Chameleon Theory' Could Change How We Think About Gravity


• Spectrum Groups Urge Lawmakers to Prevent Private Auction of C-Band

• Number of 5G Devices Doubled in Last 3 Months

Light Communications Alliance (LCA) Formed

How Much Ad Revenue Will Radio Get This Year?

• Chinese CAS-7B Satellite Carrying FM Transponder to Launch


• Anticipating the Merger of Apple and Oracle

• Number of Commercial 5G Devices Nearly 3x in Q22019

• Verizon Powers up Mobile 5G in Denver

• Top 10 Programming Languages for Engineers

• From Nazis to Hippies: End of Road for Volkswagen Beetle


• Microsoft's TV White Space Proposal Worries Theater Industry

• U.S. Urges India Not to Use Huawei's 5G Gear

Germany Frees 700 MHz Spectrum to Boost Rural 5G Coverage

• Launchpad Gives Engineering Start-ups Free Platform

• Pentagon Seeks Ideas for Small Military Space Station


Ericsson Building Smart-Factory in U.S. to Develop 5G Radios

Do Advanced Engineering Degrees Matter?

• Google, WISPA Tout Results of Study on Sharing in C-Band

Huawei's New OS Could be 60% Faster Than Android

• NSA Admits Improper Collection of Phone Data


5G Health Risks: No Conclusions So Far

• "Woz" Recommends People Delete Their Facebook Accounts

• CCA, Charter, ACA Present Alternative for C-Band

AI Job Market Cools off to a Steady Boil

• Nokia CEO Cautions over Prohibitive 5G Security Standards


Phone Charger Fire Forces Virgin Atlantic Emergency Landing

RF GaN Market Will Grow to $2B by 2024

175°C Spec for SOT-23 Small-Signal Diodes and Transistors

• Army's Plan to Tackle Intellectual Property Woes

NASA to Open Moon Rock Samples Sealed Since Apollo Missions


• NASA to Soon Use GPS Technology to Navigate in Space

• Infrastructure Mess Causing Countless Internet Outages

• ARRL to Celebrate Hiram Percy Maxim's 150th Birthday

• Hacker Used $35 Computer to Steal Restricted NASA Data

• Proposed Law Would Force Big Tech to Reveal Value of Consumer Data


• T-Mobile Revs up 5G in 6 Cities Using mmWave Spectrum

Robots to Take 20M Jobs by 2030

• Scientists Invent New Type of Computer Memory

• 'Holy Grail' Invention of Universal Computer Memory

• No Strong Opposition to 144 – 146 MHz Reallocation Proposal at CEPT Meeting


China May Restrict Rare-Earth Exports to U.S.

• American Companies Find Ways to Sneak Around Huawei Export Ban

• What Is Using 5G Really Like?

Hackers Infiltrate Global Telecom Companies

• Could Coffee Fight Obesity?


• IEEE Expands Open Access Journal Offerings

• Mercedes-Benz Building World's 1st 5G Network for Automobile Production

• AT&T, US Cellular Talk Spectrum Strategy Post mmWave Auctions

• Critics Blast FCC's Planned Changes to EBS 2.5 GHz Band

• Exotic Quantum States in Double-Layer Graphene


• Patents, Standards Brew Licensing Woes

• Apple Prepares to Turn Its Back on China

• Genius's Morse Code Reveals Google Copying Their Lyrics

• SaT5G Project Completes Successful Demonstrations of 5G over Satellite

Renesas Sacks Chief Executive in Shock Move

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