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September 20, 2007

LOTD for September 20

Filed under: Uncategorized — gokamoto @ 3:26 pm

Spray-on tests for IED makers:

$600 mil contract signed for a new metal structure around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor:,2144,2787018,00.html

NextWave is giving up on the Japanese market, saying that it would be too hard to try to make a profit there:–PMl0Z5DA

Ericsson has its first HSPA module for notebooks and other client devices, 7.2 Mbps downlink/2 Mbps uplink with the mini-PCI card, trying to get HSPA access going before WiMAX is here:;jsessionid=ZBLAUHCKIXCMSQSNDLSCKHA?articleID=201807392

The impact of the iPhone on Verizon was felt for 2 weeks (more customers switched to AT&T from Verizon than switched to Verizon), then the customer flow was back to Verizon as usual:

Ofcom plans to let current 2G cellular operators to use their spectrum
(900 MHz and 1.8 GHz) for 3G:

Orange will have the iPhone in France, just as O2 has it in the UK and DT in Germany:

Intel talks about its upcoming rollout of WiMAX, innovation to Centrino Duo, and a new category of Internet-connected devices that will make smartphones a niche product:

Intel previewed their 45nm power-saving chips, available later this year:

Note: It is interesting to read that AMD is going to a tri-core desktop processor, as apparently customers don’t have to buy the quad-core chips from either AMD or Intel.

picoChip got an investment from Sansung as part of its $27 mil D-round:

The head of the U.S. Copyright Office, who is in charge of deciding which parts of the DMCA are okay or not, doesn’t even have a computer at home:

Lawsuit over “booth babes” used by IT companies and the alleged harassment they suffered:


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