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FCC looks to boost next-generation wireless networks with 24GHz study – Register

Maine News Online FCC looks to boost next-generation wireless networks with 24GHz studyRegisterThe FCC is opening up a probe into a possible new class of wireless broadband services which could improve mobile network performance and reliability in the US. The Commission said that it would be examining the possibility of opening up very high …FCC opens up investigation into next frontier... 

Apple Pay hits US stores Monday — assuming buyers can find anywhere to use it – Computerworld

Computerworld Apple Pay hits US stores Monday — assuming buyers can find anywhere to use itComputerworldApple Pay launches on Monday in the U.S., giving buyers new technology to make in-store and online payments possible with NFC-ready iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones by simply using Touch ID. Apple Pay's online payment capability from within …Apple Pay ready for lift-off... 

1934 Drought Worst in a Millennium – Dumb-Out

Dumb-Out 1934 Drought Worst in a MillenniumDumb-OutA series of droughts known as the Dust Bowl occurred in 1930-1931, 1934, 1936, and 1939-1940, leaving no recovery time in between them. The 1934 North American drought was the widest spread and driest in 1,000 years according to a study published in …1934 drought was worst that hit North America over the past 1000 years: StudyUncover... 

Parasitic Bacteria are Close Relatives of Mitochondria, Say Researchers – Maine News Online

Maine News Online Parasitic Bacteria are Close Relatives of Mitochondria, Say ResearchersMaine News OnlineA latest study conducted by researchers at University of Virginia revealed that parasitic bacteria are the first cousins of mitochondria. The study also said that these parasitic bacteria first acted as energy parasites in those cells before becoming beneficial.TECH & INNOVATION How A Parasite... 

NASA IRIS data on nanoflares and plasma bombs suggest Sun is quite complex – Tech Times

Tech Times NASA IRIS data on nanoflares and plasma bombs suggest Sun is quite complexTech TimesObservations made by NASA's IRIS shed light on some some solar phenomena. NASA scientists said the findings reveal that the sun is more complex than previously believed. (Photo : NASA/SDO (AIA)). NASA's solar observation satellite Interface Region …Tiny 'nanoflares' might... 
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