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Data demand could slow wireless networks ... Life on Mars may have been underground ... Sound may protect airliners from birds ... Glitch has space telescope shut down ... Science and Technology news from UPI.

Sound may protect airliners from birds

Low-frequency sound aimed at birds as they approach busy flight paths could reduce bird strikes that put airliners and passengers at risk, U.S. researchers say.

Data demand could slow wireless networks

As smartphone users consume more and more mobile data, wireless providers may be unable to keep up with the demand, a report by a U.S. research firm indicates.

Game-maker Atari files for Chapter 11

Digital game company Atari Inc. has filed for bankruptcy protection in New York, court papers show.

Experts: N. Korea built rocket's key parts

North Korea may have built on its own some of the key parts of the long-range rocket it fired last month, South Korean experts said Monday.

TSA does away with controversial body scan

The Transportation Security Administration said it is doing away with airport body scanners that produce almost nude images of travelers at U.S. checkpoints.

New implant restores hearing in some

Functionally deaf patients can gain normal hearing with a new implant that replaces the middle ear, researchers in Sweden say.

China, Taiwan linked by undersea cable

A Chinese telecommunications provider says the first undersea fiber-optic cable linking the Chinese mainland and Taiwan has been successfully laid.

Indonesia to equip schools with WiFi

Indonesia's state telecommunications company says it will install 100,000 WiFi hot spots at select schools across the country this year.

Argentina aims to revive nuclear exports

Argentina has resumed a global marketing campaign to boost exports of its nuclear industry, which lay dormant since the 1980s military dictatorship and subsequent economic meltdown and sovereign default.
Robot fish gets new underwater skill

Robot fish gets new underwater skill

Researchers at Michigan State University say a high-tech robotic fish developed there has been given a new skill and a new name.

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Laser sends Mona Lisa into space ... Smartphone could quiet itself in theater ... Doubt about prehistoric 'killer walrus' ... Plants flowering earlier in climate change ... Science and Technology news from UPI.
Laser sends Mona Lisa into space

Laser sends Mona Lisa into space

NASA scientists say they beamed an image of the Mona Lisa to the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, in a test of communicating with a satellite using a laser.

Smartphone could quiet itself in theater

Microsoft may be working on a smartphone that can automatically silence itself when it realizes it's in a movie theater, a patent application indicates.

Capriles demands Chavez prove he's alive

Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles called on President Hugo Chavez to prove he's alive and in charge by showing himself and talking to Venezuela.

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Japan plans world's largest wind farm ... Soot called major global warming factor ... NASA, ESA in Orion agreement ... EPA: U.S. air pollution down in 2012 ... Science and Technology news from UPI.

Sending money by text coming to Britain

A service to let smartphone users text money to each other by just sharing their phone numbers will launch in Britain in the spring of 2014, officials said.
NASA, ESA in Orion agreement

NASA, ESA in Orion agreement

NASA says it has signed an agreement for the European Space Agency to provide the service module for the U.S. agency's upcoming Orion spacecraft.

Japan plans world's largest wind farm

Japan is moving away from reliance on nuclear power plants after the Fukushima disaster, and plans to plans to build the world's largest offshore wind farm.

Surfaces that defy liquids described

U.S. scientists say new "superomniphobic" surfaces could lead to stain-proof, spill-proof clothing and other products that shrug off virtually every liquid.
Satellites, GPS help combat bird strikes

Satellites, GPS help combat bird strikes

A European project using satellite data and bird tracking could trim bird strikes that have killed hundreds of people in the last two decades, researchers say.

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Patch for Java Web flaw released ... Smuggled fossils returning to Mongolia ... Kenya to try anti-poaching technology ... 'Red October' cyberattack is identified ... Science and Technology news from UPI.

Kenya to try anti-poaching technology

Kenya's wildlife agency says it plans to install an alarm and notification system around some parks and wildlife sanctuaries in an effort to combat poaching.
Samsung Galaxy S phones reach 100 million

Samsung Galaxy S phones reach 100 million

Samsung says it has sold more than 100 million of its Galaxy S line of smartphones since the models were launched in 2010.
'Red October' cyberattack is identified

'Red October' cyberattack is identified

Russian security researchers say they've uncovered a cyberattack campaign that may have been stealing confidential documents for as long as five years.
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