Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Great Radio Spectrum Famine

The Great Radio Spectrum Famine Not even sci-fi writers foresaw what we’d be doing with our phones once technology put color screens and a lot of computing power in our pockets. Read more on IEEE Spectrum

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Fight for Senate antipiracy bill rages

Fight for Senate antipiracy bill rages Tech companies are speaking out against a bill that would authorize the Department of Justice to shut down suspected illegal file-sharing sites. Read more on CNET

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Camel-crazy UAE use cutting-edge breeding technology

Camel-crazy UAE use cutting-edge breeding technology Cutting-edge camel breeding technology, including embryo transfers and cloning, is being pioneered in the United Arab Emirates to reproduce the prized desert beasts that now fetch staggering sums. Read more on Brisbane Times

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Final ‘flash crash’ report near: source

Final ‘flash crash’ report near: source Details about unprecedented market breakdown in May could come as early as Thursday Read more on The Globe and Mail

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