Royal Jordanian Airlines issues cheeky response to Trump's electronics ban
Say hello to the person next to you. Reclaim territory on the armrest. Think of the reasons why you don't have a laptop or tablet with you. Story continues below. This is some of the light-hearted advice dispensed by Royal Jordanian on social media ...
A Middle Eastern Airline Is Scorching Trump's Electronics Ban on TwitterGizmodo
Royal Jordanian Says Its In-Flight Experience Is Still Great De
Samsung Electronics says difficult to adopt holding company structure
Kwon Oh-Hyun, co-chief executive officer of Samsung Electronics Co., speaks during the company's annual general meeting at the Seocho office building in Seoul, South Korea, on Friday, March 24, 2017. REUTERS/SeongJoon Cho/Pool. 1/6. left. right.
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- The Times (subscription)
Jobs lost at RBS and electronics firm
The Times (subscription)
Hundreds of workers are to lose their jobs with the scaling-back of an electronics plant and the closure of dozens of bank branches. Jabil Circuit said yesterday that 260 jobs will go when it winds down operations at its circuit-making facility in ...
- Aviation Week
Electronics Ban: Ultimately Everyone Will Lose
The Trump administration has made its first major aviation policy decision, banning large electronic devices from cabins on aircraft departing 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa. The UK quickly followed with a similar but more limited ban ...and more »
- Condé Nast Traveler
Emirates, Royal Air Jordanian Bite Back at Electronics Ban on Twitter
Condé Nast Traveler
Nineteen airlines around the world were affected by Tuesday's dual electronics bans. The new regulations, released by both the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.K. Department of Transport, prohibit passengers flying to the U.S. or U.K ...
- Aviation Week
Electronics Ban Highlights Safety Versus Security Trade-offs
Under a new Homeland Security Department electronics ban, travelers from 10 Middle Eastern and African airports flying to the U.S. could see an increased risk from lithium battery-ignited fires in the cargo holds of their aircraft, according to two ...and more »
- Toronto Sun
Crooks steal thousands of dollars worth of electronics
Clever crooks stole a cache of electronics from a retailer by impersonating a police officer conducting a fraud investigation. Halton Region Police say the thieves initially spotted a customer purchasing electronics at a Burlington Costco store and ...and more »
- Knowles is aiming at electric and hybrid vehicle charging with a range of X7R multi-layer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs). “The big change being seen in automotive applications is the voltage rating and size of components now being used,” said the firm. “This revolution in MLCC technology, used in control electronics, is being driven by modern on-board ...
Read full article: Knowles caps tackle EV charging challenge
- French lab Leti has modelled indoor V and E Band millimeter-wave propagation to identigy space for 5G comms. Classic frequency bands for mobile communication below 6GHz cannot meet throughput requirements projected for future needs due to network congestion and limited bandwidth. However, the majority of demand could be met using millimeter-wave (mm-wave) spectrum – with ...
Read full article: Leti un-picks 5G indoor mm-wave propagation
Unaffected by electronics ban on US-bound flights, PIA looks to score more customers - Times of IndiaThe Express Tribune
Unaffected by electronics ban on US-bound flights, PIA looks to score more customers
Times of India
NEW DELHI: In a bid to capture market share from its Middle Eastern competitors, the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has notified prospective passengers that it remains unaffected by a recent ban on electronic items on US and UK-bound flights ...
PIA cashes in on US electronics ban on Middle East airlines - The ...The Express Tribuneall 10 news articles »
Italy will not adopt US, UK electronics ban for flights
Travellers carry their luggages in the terminal at the Fiumicino's International airport near Rome, Italy, March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini. ROME Italy announced on Thursday it would not follow the U.S. and Britain in banning travelers using ...and more »
Germany Has No Plans for a Carry-On Electronics Ban
Germany said on Wednesday it has no plans to introduce restrictions on carry-on electronic devices on planes coming from some Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and North Africa, as the United States and Britain have announced. A spokesman ...
- In an example of emergent behaviour, researchers at Tohoku University have created a control technique that allows a walking robot to spontaneously break into a trot, and then a gallop, as it is commanded to increase speed. The resulting energy-efficiency profile matches horses. There is no central algoritm. Instead, the team, led by Professor Akio ...
Read full article: Four-leg robot spontaneously trots, canters, then gallops
- Quantum dot solar cells could become more efficient, now that the Los Alamos Lab has uncovered a mechanism that has been holding them back. The dots are made form electro-optically active materials whose size as well as composition controls the photon energy that they interact with, allowing their absorption (and emission) wavelength to be tuned ...
Read full article: Quantum dot solar inefficiency source found
- Electronics Weekly
Vault7 upside for the electronics industry
The Vault7 dump of hacking recipes used by the CIA could be a very positive thing for companies who can now check if their equipment is compromised. Recommended Articles. National Cyber Security Centre UK NCSC · Queen opens National Cyber ...
- The Vault7 dump of hacking recipes used by the CIA could be a very positive thing for companies who can now check if their equipment is compromised.
Read full article: Vault7 upside for the electronics industry
Dubai Duty Free expects $2-million sales hit from electronics ban
The Globe and Mail
Dubai International Airport's duty free operator estimates that it will lose about $2-million in sales this year from the ban on carrying most electronic devices on United States-bound flights, a senior executive said on Thursday. Under new security ...
This Airline Is Letting Passengers Use Banned Electronics Until the Last SecondFortune
Emirates just thought up a brilliant way to work around the US's
- Reuters Canada
Turkey urging US, Britain to lift flight electronics ban: foreign ministry
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey is in talks with the United States and Britain to exclude Turkish Airlines and Istanbul's main Ataturk airport from a ban on passengers carrying electronics larger than cell phones, Turkey's foreign ministry spokesman said on ...
Turkey trying to exclude airport, airline from ban on some electronicsCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Turkey to take UK, US airline elec
- WFMZ Allentown
What prompted the US and UK electronics bans?
(CNN) - The US and British electronics bans announced Tuesday on flights from certain airports in the Middle East and Africa seem to have come out of the blue, with no specific event prompting the sudden change. So what's behind these coordinated bans?
UK transport secretary defends contentious electronics banFlightglobal
THE ELECTRONICS BAN: DIFFERENCES IN THE AMERICAN AND BRITISH RESTRICTIONSDaily Mail
'I need my iPad
- Wright Electric, which is developing electric passenger aircraft, is working with Easyjet on a plan to develop a 737 type plane for short-haul flights. “Depending on how it’s designed, you can have an electric plane that’s substantially less loud than a fuel plane,” said Jeff Engler, Wright Electric’s co-founder. “the way we’ve designed our plane ...
Read full article: Electric plane company works with Easyjet.
- Texas start-up Mythic has raised $9.3 million in VC money to bring a chip to market which will deliver local processing of AI functions like voice control and computer vision. That is a similar ambition to ARM’s new DynamIQ microarchitecture which, among other things, aims to take AI processing out of the cloud and onto ...
Read full article: Mythic aims to bring AI to the device
- CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Police arrest convicted fraudster in Burlington electronics theft
CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Halton police have charged a 45-year-old suspect with theft – the same man who was once convicted in a multi-million dollar international bank fraud scheme. The arrest stems from an incident that took place in Burlington on Jan. 14 when police say a ...
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Electronics stolen from administrative offices at Deerhurst Resort
Provincial police are investigating after several electronics were stolen from Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville. According to police, the suspects broke into the administrative floor sometime after 10:00 p.m. Saturday and 8:00 a.m. Sunday. Police said ...
'Substantial amount of electronics' taken in break and enterBarrieTodayall 3 news articles »
- MIT spin-out Arctic Sand has created plenty of interest in the dc-dc converter world – so much so that Murata has just bought the company. But exactly what the firm’s unique technology is, has remained under wraps. Now Electronics Weekly has been given a peep behind the scenes by company CEO Gary Davison. It transpires ...
Read full article: More on: Arctic Sand’s novel dc-dc converter technology
Trump's Electronics Ban on Airplanes Makes Less Sense Every Day
Here's a riddle: If a Trump policy targets random locations in the Middle East, and nobody can explain it, does anybody really know what's happening? It's a tough riddle because it's practically impossible to answer. Yet, this is our reality now. In a ...
How the new 'electronics ban' serves the Trump agenda - The ...Washington Post
Who Supports Trump's Electronics Ban? The White House Calls It An Anti-Terrorism Mea
- Crystals announced by Jauch Quartz (J103) - in the JXSxx-WA quartz crystal series - are designed for wireless applications in a variety of settings.
Read full article: Southern Manufacturing 2017: Quartz crystals target wireless and IoT
- Microchip has brought out a mobile app for ordering microcontrollers. microchipDIRECT, which sells parts directly to customers, has been updated with several mobile-accessible features including high-volume quotes, custom programming, ordering flexibility, numerous languages, worldwide currency options and global support. “microchipDIRECT is providing a B2C-like experience that allows our clients to check product ...
Read full article: Microchip launches mobile orderin
Confusion reigns as experts question motive for US electronics travel ban
The U.S. decision to ban large electronic devices on American-bound flights from 10 international airports sparked confusion among observers Tuesday who were unsure about how to react to the confusing new rules. In a release, the Department of ...
Canada mulls joining US, UK electronics ban on flights: sourceThe Globe and Mail
Canada looking carefully at facts before considering airline electronics ban:
- Japanese gallium oxide power device start-up Flosfia has raised Y750m (£5m) in series B funding. http://flosfia.com The firm, a spin-out from the Kyoto University, is aiming to commercialise crystalline α-Ga2O3 (corundum/sapphire/ruby structure) in power transistors and Schottky diodes – with the intention of manufacturing 600V TO-220 diodes in 2018 to compete against silicon carbide power ...
Read full article: Gallium oxide power device firm gets £5m in second-round fun
- Electronics Weekly asks Phil Valentine - MD at European Trade & Exhibition Services - about the Southern Manufacturing show, its future and UK manufacturing’s post-Brexit prospects.
Read full article: Interview: Southern Manufacturing and market trends, Brexit, and the future
- NXP and Canonical have ported Ubuntu Core to NXP's quad ARM Cortex-A53 core LS1043A SoC, aimed at IoT gateways and networking equipment.
Read full article: Ubuntu Core ported to NXP quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 SoC
Airplane electronics ban result of ISIS threat: Report
Recent measures by the U.S. and the U.K. to restrict electronic devices on flights from certain overseas airports were led by new threats from ISIS, according to a report from ABC News who cited sources familiar with the intelligence. The U.S ...
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- Prime Minister Theresa May singled out robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) in her blueprint for a ‘modern’ industrial strategy for the UK. This comes as Edinburgh’s Centre for Robotics hosts the European Robotics Forum (22-24 March). Earlier this month the Prime Minister welcomed Sir James Dyson’s plans to build a 500 acre campus in Wiltshire ...
Read full article: Robotics at the heart of UK government plans
- X-FAB will IPO tomorrow on Euronext Paris. The price range is €8-10.50 per share. Based on the price range, the size of the IPO will range between €440 million and €492 million and the implied market capitalisation of X-FAB will range between €1,046 million and €1,295 million. X-Fab is majority-held by its Belgian founders, including ...
Read full article: X-FAB to IPO tomorrow
- MACOM has production ready MAOP-L284CN, MACOM’s 100G CWDM4 transmitter L-PICTM (Lasers integrated with a Silicon Photonic Integrated Circuit) and supporting driver and controller IC chipset. To meet the bandwidth demands, resiliency and data redundancy requirements of today’s Cloud Data Centers, data center optical interconnects are transitioning from 100G to 400G, driving demand for high-speed optical ...
Read full article: MACOM integrates lasers with Si photonics for 400Gopt
- Premier Farnell has signed a distribution agreement with EAM, the manufacturer of precision RF & Microwave interconnect products. Under their ConductRF brand, EAM offers interconnect products operating from DC to 110GHz. ConductRF’s products go into the Defense, Aerospace, Industrial, Medical Infrastructure, Instrumentation & Test, and Telecommunications. The agreement will provide ConductRF Solutions for RF & Microwave ...
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'Terrorism has won': Aviation security expert slams new airline electronics ban
The U.K. and the U.S. are both banning electronics in carry-on luggage on flights from certain cities and airports. (Mehdi Fedouach/AFP/Getty Images). Listen 6:00. more stories from this episode. A whole new world: Why Boston public schools are ...and more »
- The Independent
Q&A: A look at the electronics ban on some flights
NEW YORK, N.Y. – The U.S. and Britain, citing concerns about terrorist attacks, are not allowing passengers on some flights from mostly Middle Eastern and North African countries to bring laptops, tablets and certain other devices on board with them in ...
Turkey will try to reverse Donald Trump electronics ban, says transport ministerThe Independent
US temporarily bans most electronics on Middle Eastern airli
- The Globe and Mail
New US electronics ban could cause travellers to reroute trips
The Globe and Mail
A new U.S. security measure banning many electronic devices on flights from eight mostly Muslim countries is leading travellers to reconsider their plans to fly through some airports in the Middle East. Paula Berger, an energy-company manager, and a ...
Europeans Won't Follow Suit on Electronics on FlightsWall Street Journal (subscription)
Industry groups react to airline electronics bansTr
- The Globe and Mail
Canada mulls joining US, Britain on electronics ban for flights
The Globe and Mail
Transport Minister Marc Garneau says Canada is evaluating intelligence passed on by the United States to determine if it should require passengers travelling from some Middle East countries to pack all large electronic devices other than mobile ...
US, UK ban cabin electronics in flights, but experts are asking — to what benefit?Toronto Star
Canada considers joining airline electronics ba
- The Guardian
US electronics ban for Middle East flights endangers passengers for profit
Emirates airlines counters appear quiet at JFK airport. Passengers traveling to US from 10 airports in eight Muslim-majority countries must check in large electronic devices. Photograph: Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images. Air transport ...and more »
- LDOs can offer the low noise and PSRR performance to be used in wide voltage range applications such as in test and measurement systems, write Amit Patel and Steve Knoth Linear Regulators are integrated circuits that step a voltage down from a higher voltage to a lower voltage without the need of an inductor. The ...
Read full article: When is it best to use LDO regulators?
Large carry-on electronics banned on flights to US from 8 countries in Mideast, Africa
Anyone flying to the United States from ten airports in eight countries, mostly in the Middle East, will be told they cannot bring certain electronic devices into the cabin. (WLS). WLS. Laura Podesta. Tuesday, March 21, 2017 07:19AM. CHICAGO (WLS) --.and more »
- AdaCore has published a handbook covering its technologies for DO-178C / ED-12C. Written by Quentin Ochem of AdaCore and certification expert Frédéric Pothon, aside from describing the firm’s own products, it puts the DO-178C / ED-12C standard and its technology supplements into perspective and explains many of their more subtle aspects in the context of several ...
Read full article: Free DO-178C / ED-12C handbook
- Caroline Hayes introduces some of the innovations and highlights promised for this year’s manufacturing and electronics show, Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2017.
Read full article: Show Preview: Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2017
- The Southern Manufacturing and Electronics & AutoAero 2017 show is now underway - running 21 - 23 March 2017 - at Five, Farnborough.
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- Murata has bought MIT dc-dc converter spin-off Arctic Sand Technologies, through Murata’s RF SoI chip subsidiary Peregrine Semiconductor. “Its technologies deliver industry-leading power conversion efficiency,” said Murata. “Combining them with Murata’s modular technologies will make it possible to provide solutions with high integration and excellent conversion efficiency in not just the telecommunications market, but also ...
Read full article: Murata buys Arctic
- CTV News
US banning electronics on some flights from Mideast, Africa
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. government is ordering passengers on nonstop, U.S.-bound flights from a handful of mostly Middle Eastern and North African countries to pack electronic devices other than cellphones in their checked baggage. Senior Trump ...and more »