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Left 4 Dead 2 trailer leaked

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Valve has had a trailer for Left 4 Dead 2 leaked, as well as being refused a ratings appeal in Australia.

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Columbus Antennas to Take to the Skies

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Astronauts will be doing antenna work next month. A space shuttle crew will be installing several antennas on the new Columbus module on the International Space Station. Several of these will be Amateur Radio antennas.

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Santa Marta in Cascais - ILLW video

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During last week's International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend, the Portuguese amateur radio association, ARVM - Associação de Radioamadores da Vila de Moscavide activated a lighthouse off Santa Marta for the first time. The team have now produced a video of the event

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Motorolas i365IS is intrinsically safe, intrinsically ugly

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Oh, brother. If youre worried that Motorolas already brawny i365 just isnt robust enough to withstand the pressures of your daily life, theres the newfangled i365IS.

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AT&T adding four temporary Mobile TV channels to show every March Madness game

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It turns out that MediaFLOs US network might not be as close to operating capacity as wed thought, because ATT wants to bring you live broadcasts of every single game of the NCAA Division I Mens Basketball Championship this month on its Mobile TV system -- and in order to do so, up to four additional seasonal channels will spring out of thin air to pick up the load.

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California Montessori School Wins Big with Ham Radio

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Granite Bay Montessori School sweeps the Sacramento Regional Science Fair with ham radio projects.

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Chelmsford talk - The work of the IARU

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On Tuesday August 4, the Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society (CARS) are fortunate to have a presentation by Peter Chadwick G3RZP on the work of the IARU

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AAXA Technologies P1 Projector Review

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The AAXA P1 projector is quickly becoming one of the more popular pico projectors on the market. This model features 12 ANSI lumens, a VGA (640 x 480) resolution, and a 1000:1 contrast ratio.

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Palm Pre: An Engineered Shortage?

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Its been two days since the Palm Pre launched, and so far reports of sales have been mixed. Its been reported as selling out in a variety of local outlets, but that fact may be a little misleading.


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The Science of Space Weather

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The Royal Society has made available a paper that describes the significant impact Space Weather can have on human activities, both on Earth, as well as in space

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SSTV Pictures from the ISS:

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Keep up with ARISS SSTV progress by visiting the SSTV mission blog. Learn more about this project by visiting the Frequently Asked Questions page. You may submit SSTV reception reports by going here. We may not be able to display every image because of quality or duplication but it is important for you to submit them for engineering analysis purposes. The rest will be archived onto a subsidiary page.

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Enthusiasts Keep Ham Radio Alive:

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Amateur radio operators tend to be easy to spot, said Jason Foster, president of the nonprofit Montgomery Amateur Radio Club. With one or several antennas up to 100 feet tall outside their homes, or even on top of their cars, amateur radio operators, also known as "hams," are often thought to be older people who are not ready to embrace modern communications technology. Over the weekend, 25 hams participated in the Field Day at Montgomery College's Germantown campus. The event drew hams of all ages who competed against hams from around the country to try to make as many contacts with other hams as they can in 24 hours from temporary stations set up in trucks. The participants proved hams aren't outdated, though instant messaging, texting, and social networking Web sites such as Facebook and Twitter are the rage. But according to Allen Pitts, spokesman for the American Radio Relay League, the national association for amateur radio operators, the hobby is gaining popularity -- and technological advancement. About 100,000 of the 665,000 licensed hams in the U.S., received their license in the last four years and more hams are experimenting with digital technologies, Pitts said. Hams are licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to use radio frequencies located above AM frequencies to broadcast for a variety of purposes, including providing back-up communication for emergency response organizations, weather reporting, participating in worldwide and national contests, and simply chatting with other hams.

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Nokia Intrigue for Verizon hands-on

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Nokia isnt typically known for its virtually non-existent CDMA fare, but the situations gotten better in the last year or so -- ostensibly to capitalize on Nokias already commanding position in the Chinese market, but also possibly to help the boys and girls from Espoo win some points with Verizon ahead of the LTE migration.

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Radio Amateur on-the-air at 102

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Radio Amateur Ethel Williamson VE3DTW, has been back on the air at the age of 102

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Cable fault disconnects West Africa

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A fault in an undersea cable has left most of West Africa disconnected from the Internet - and a repair vessel may take up to two weeks to reach the affected area.

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Twitter returns to @Bell Canada for $0.15 a pop

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While the fact that Twitters SMS service is returning to Canada is grand news, Bell Canadas 15 cent price for admission is most definitely not.

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ExStream Vision Announces TinyPro Projector on Display at CeBIT Australia

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CeBIT Australia is a 3 day Exhibition and Conference covering the full spectrum of business technologies. One of the exhibitors is ExStream Vision and they will be displaying their latest product, the TinyPro projector.


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Green-House new 1.8 and 2.5 PATA SSD

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Finally I will be able to boost my Vaio G2 with a 128GB SSD Green-House just announce their new line-up of SSD with a 1. 8 PATA series and 2.


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NEC new LaVie L Now with Windows 7 and Wireless Digital TV Tuner

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NEC introduced as well as new series of LaVie L a new AV Notebook. Available in different flavor we will concentrate our news Today on the Hig-End version the LL770/VG featuring a Core 2 Duo P8700 CPU, 4GB of RAM, 500GB of HDD, a Blu-Ray DVD Combo Drive, WiFi ABGN, eSATA, FireWire, HDMI Out, Bluetooth, a Wireless Digital TV Tuner, a 2MPix Camera module and a new touchpad with handwriting recognition as well as a new 16 Full HD LCD featuring new glass panel giving a better readability and warmer colors.


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Lenovo IdeaPad S12- first netbook to feature Dolby Headphone technology

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Dolby Laboratories showcased the first netbook computers incorporating Dolby Headphone technology. The new Lenovo IdeaPad S12 and S10-2 are lightweight, ultra portable PCs that offer an equally enthralling surround sound experience as desktop or laptop PCs.


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Longtime ARRL Staffer Robert L. Lincoln Passes Away:

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Robert Lincoln, 94, of Westbrook, Connecticut, passed away at his home on June 13. After his retirement at age 65 from Addressograph Multigraph, Lincoln came to work at ARRL to run the League's in-house printing press. He retired from the ARRL in January 2007 at age 92 after 27 years of service.

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