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Iridium brings Wi-Fi to remote corners of the world

Satellite communications provider Iridium has introduced a new Wi-Fi hot spot that will allow iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry users to access the Net in the remotest parts of the world.

By Sep. 7, 2011


New 9555 Iridium handset released

The Iridium satellite network releases its third-generation handset. It is smaller, lighter, and more functional than any of its predecessors.

By Dec. 1, 2008


Satellite tech, app connect your iPhone anywhere in the world

Iridium technology now lets iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners connect to the Web on 90 percent of the planet, where wireless networks aren't available.

By Nov. 22, 2011


High-end audio amplifiers, born in the U.S.A.

Indy Audio Labs is reviving two famed American brands, Aragon and Acurus, and still builds them here in the U.S.A.

By Aug. 1, 2012


Pop music finally put to good use tracking space junk

Australia's Murchison Widefield Array was built to probe intergalactic gas, but it can also use FM radio waves to determine the orbits of space junk.

By Nov. 30, 2013


$250 gadget helps you stay InReach when off the grid

A relatively small portion of our planet has mobile coverage. DeLorme's InReach keeps you in touch from anywhere.

By Nov. 22, 2011


NASA's Fermi telescope dodges a 3,100-pound bullet

Evasive actions had to be taken to ensure the spacecraft wouldn't end in a massive collision high above Earth.

By May. 2, 2013


$2,000 Zafirro Titanium razor has sapphire blades

Super-sturdy razor is blasting the competition out of the water with titanium construction, sapphire blades, and a hefty price tag. It will make disposable razors whimper and go hide.

By Sep. 12, 2011


Moto X smartphone is real and will be launched by October

Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside said the entire product line would be revamped this summer and fall, and the Moto X would be manufactured in the U.S.

By May. 29, 2013


Americans may have planned satellite collision, says Russian general

A former head of Russia's military space intelligence has suggested that the America may have planned for the collision between the American and Russian satellites in order to prove it can manipulate hostile satellites.

By Mar. 4, 2009