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Aireon LLC, a private company based in McLean, Va., announced a plan over the weekend to offer global emergency tracking as a public service to the aviation community, free-of-charge, by 2017. The Aireon Alert service will allow rescue agencies to request the location and last flight track of any 1090 MHz ADS-B equipped aircraft flying in airspace currently without surveillance, the company said in a news release. "A comprehensive, global aircraft tracking solution is essential in emergency situations, as evidenced by MH370 earlier this year and Air France 447 in 2009," said Aireon CEO Don Thoma.

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The latest move comes with efforts to merge Samsung affiliates gaining speed after the patriarch of group’s controlling family was hospitalized in May.

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A new design for molten metal batteries could make the technology cheaper for use in storing renewable energy for the grid, US researchers say.

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Thanks to new LEGO-like components developed by researchers at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, it is now possible to build a 3-D microfluidic system quickly and cheaply by simply snapping together small modules by hand.

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Thanks to new Lego-like components, it is now possible to build a 3-D microfluidic system (or 'lab-on-a-chip') quickly and cheaply by simply snapping together small modules by hand.

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Surface Chemistry: New strategy offers rapid route to making novel macromolecules on surfaces that could be used as wires or transistors in devices

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The buyer of McGraw-Hill units is Symphony Technology Group in Palo Alto, Calif. in deal set to close by December.

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What's the next step in the evolution of memory? This slideshow gives you the top 10 candidates for next-generation memory devices.

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We're happy to announce that the CrazyEngineers T-Shirts are back in stock. The batch III sales will begin pretty soon; and we've some exciting news to share with you-

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CrazyEngineers T-Shirts (Batch III) Are Back In Stock! Are You Ready?

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