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Movie audio pioneer Kudelski dies

Movie audio pioneer Kudelski dies

Stefan Kudelski, who invented a professional-quality portable tape recorder that transformed film making, has died in Switzerland, his company said. He was 83.
Obama schedule for Friday, Feb. 1

Obama schedule for Friday, Feb. 1

President Obama awards national medals in science and technology to researchers and inventors Friday, the White House said.

Chinese hackers attacked NYT, WSJ

The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal say their computers have been attacked by Chinese hackers.
Engineers get new at look hurricane damage

Engineers get new at look hurricane damage

U.S. engineers say infrared and ultraviolet images can help generate detailed maps of Hurricane Sandy damage to aid workers engaged in recovery and rebuilding.

Amazon back online after outage

Online retail giant Amazon.com experienced a significant amount of downtime Thursday, with many U.S. users unable to access the site, Web watchers reported.
Apple's iOS software embraced by users

Apple's iOS software embraced by users

Since Monday's release of iOS 6.1, the operating system has been installed by nearly a quarter of 13 million iOS users tracked by Web publisher Onswipe.

Simple fences combat airport air pollution

Simple blast fences called baffles could act as "virtual chimneys" to improve air quality for people living near airports, British researchers say.

S. Korea satellite contacts ground station

South Korean scientists Thursday claimed complete success of their first-ever launch of a space rocket after its satellite made contact with a ground station.

India working on anti-rape watch for women

The Indian government says it is developing a watch equipped with GPS and a camera it hopes will be useful in the effort to combat rape in the country.

iPhone owners pay biggest monthly bills

iPhone owners pay more per month -- more than $100 for calls, texts and data -- than users of other smartphone platforms, a U.S. research firm says.
RIM launches new name and BlackBerry 10

RIM launches new name and BlackBerry 10

Canadian smartphone pioneer Research In Motion said it was changing its name as it launched its new BlackBerry 10 smartphone Wednesday.

Official: No crisis in Russia's space work

Despite a recent string of failures, rumors of a crisis in the Russian space industry are "absolutely wrong," the head of Russia's space agency said.

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500px photo app back in Apple store

A photography app banned from Apple's iOS app store after allegations of pornography has been reinstated after an update, Apple said.

Quake warning system for California?

An earthquake warming system proposed for California, similar to one in Japan, would use sensors in the ground to alert residents to temblors, scientists say.

Patent filings hit record in Britain

Tech patents for computer-related products and technologies have reached a record high in Britain, with 14,205 patents filed in 2012, the BBC reported Monday.

Japan launches two spy satellites

Japan says it successfully launched two surveillance satellites from its Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima prefecture Sunday.

FDA: Moms should consult on breast pumps

An expert at the U.S. Food and Administration suggests new mothers consult a lactation consultant or healthcare professional before buying a breast pump.
New car mirror avoids 'blind spot'

New car mirror avoids 'blind spot'

A new car side-view mirror may eliminate the "blind spot" in traffic without distorting the perceived distance of approaching cars, a U.S. journal reports.

NYPD: Gun-detection technology promising

New York Police Department Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Sunday he's encouraged by new technology allowing police to detect if a person is concealing a gun.

Kim: 'Substantial' measures against U.S.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un promised to take unspecified "substantial measures" in retaliation against U.S. and U.N. sanctions against missile tests. 

Apple finds child labor at some suppliers

U.S. technology giant Apple says it found 11 international factories involved in the production of its products used child labor in 2012.

Google sparks hope in Kansas City

Google's use of Kansas City, Kan., as a high-speed Internet test case has already proven itself, a Kansas City, Mo., official said.

Apple value slips to second place

Shares of U.S. technology innovator Apple dropped Friday, pushing the value of the firm from first to second place behind Exxon Mobil, stock data shows.

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Origin of HIV put at millions of years ago ... French court rules on hate tweets ... NASA science balloon sets flight record ... Dutch firm envisions iPhone cup holder ... Science and Technology news from UPI.
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