Satellite Articles

Google Adds Satellite Images To Google Maps
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Google’s recent acquisition of the Keyhole Corporation appears to paying dividends for the search engine. Today, Google announced the integration of Keyhole’s technology into their Google Maps search engine.

XM Satellite Radio Gets A Big Subscriber Boost

XM Satellite Radio added more than 540,000 new net subscribers during the first quarter of 2005 for a total of 3.77 million subscribers.

XM Satellite Radio Across Entire Hyundai Line

Hyundai Motor America will be the first automaker to launch XM Satellite Radio as standard, factory-installed equipment in every vehicle across its entire model line-up.

Mitsubishi SIRIUS About Satellite Radio

Mitsubishi Motors North America announced an exclusive agreement with SIRIUS Satellite Radio to offer satellite radio as a factory-installed option in various Mitsubishi models.

Switching To a Mac Isn’t For Everyone

Ever think about dumping your Windows-based PC and buying a Mac … Perhaps one of those gorgeous-looking G4 PowerBooks …

Intelsat Satellite Lost in Space

Intelsat’s IS-804 satellite experienced a sudden and unexpected electrical power system anomaly that caused the total loss of the spacecraft.

iPod Needs Satellite Radio

USA Today reports car electronics manufacturers are rushing to create an adaptor that lets folks listen to their iPods in the car using their car stereo controls.

The Revolutionary Challenge of Sirius Satellite Radio

The FCC is being cut out of the loop (thank God) via Sirius, its management, Howard Stern and the legendary Mel Karmazin. XM Radio is playing a leading role now, but the real noise is being generated by Sirius.

Howard Stern Moves His Ad Machine To Satellite Radio

Radio Innovator Signs Five-Year Agreement to Broadcast on SIRIUS Beginning in 2006. Landmark Deal for SIRIUS and Satellite Radio Industry, With Significant Potential to Accelerate Growth for SIRIUS.

E-mail worm pretends to have spy satellite images

A new e-mail worm has surfaced that purports to show screensavers of U.S. spy satellite pictures of Iraq or animations that are either patriotic or that mock President Bush, a computer security company warned Thursday. The worm, dubbed Ganda-A, spreads by sending itself to e-mail addresses on an infected machine and tries to disable anti-virus and other security software and infect certain files on the hard disk, according to Sophos.