Is there actually any question as to exactly what MIT did? What new questions remain to be answered?
The Palestinians don't need to actually hurt or kill anyone with their rockets. To achieve a positive political end all they need to do is create a situation where people in Israel can never be completely safe. This serves as an argument against the current policy where the Palestinians are being forced into a small area and then walled in. The rockets mean that even if the policy is taken to it's logical conclusion it will never bring total security.
Knowing where an aircraft is doesn't really help you if it is at 30000 feet. Anyone trying to assassinate the president will wait until it is approaching or leaving an airport before letting off the shoulder fired missile.
Some supporters of RGB LEDs managed to get a group of people to prefer the RGB based lights in a test so all hope is not lost...
There is stuff that you can do here but it would be expensive and possibly power hungry (some GPS receivers have to run off of batteries).
Normally this issue is resolved by placing guard bands around downlink bands where terrestrial transmitters are not allowed. By not doing this in a reasonable way, the FCC has simply messed up.
How is his expensive thing better than my cheap thing?
I can overcome this to some extent with a powerful fan but I have to live with a lot of noise at night...
Under US patent law, you can be liable for infringement for using the claimed invention (like the individual users), or for making or selling the invention, like the BitTorrent company.
That is interesting in that it seems to fail basic philosophy. A description of something is not the thing itself.
Whatever. I doubt I will ever be able to think like a lawyer. That might not be a bad thing...