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E-Waste: Lack of Info Plagues Efforts to Reduce E-Waste
News & Analysis  
12/31/2013   13 comments
Fixing e-waste problems is hampered by lack of information on both ends of trade flows, according to an MIT study. Poorer nations need to track e-waste coming onto their shores, which means tracking codes need to be created.
Welcome to the Xmas Return Line
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12/30/2013   38 comments
The last two consumer electronics products I bought failed miserably. Is it just my bad luck or has quality gone to hell?
5G Dials Up Global Efforts
News & Analysis  
12/24/2013   13 comments
The chair of Europe's new 5GPPP Association explained his group's plans and pointed to others around the world defining the next-gen network.
E-Waste to Jump One-Third by 2017, StEP Report Says
News & Analysis  
12/18/2013   5 comments
In 2017, the end-of-life refrigerators, TVs, mobile phones, computers, monitors, e-toys, and other products with a battery or electrical cord worldwide could fill a line of 40-ton trucks end to end on a highway straddling three-quarters of the Equator.
Cloud Giants Rain on Washington
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12/10/2013   4 comments
When Apple, Google, and Microsoft lecture the government on how to handle personal data, the best comedians listen intently.
China's LTE Bid Good for Apple
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12/4/2013   4 comments
The Chinese government licensed its three big carriers for LTE, opening a door to more sales for Apple and a handful of China and US chip makers.


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I recently received an email from someone we'll call Martin (because that's his name). Martin's message was short and sweet. In its entirety it read: "You need to see this!"

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Add USB Battery Charging Protocols to an Android-Based Design
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