Tech workarounds could address the productivity roadblock caused by the US and UK laptop airline cabin ban.
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The ban is more of an attack on the business model of Gulf airline hubs than genuine security concerns.
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Advances in miniaturisation and underwater capabilities are set to transform our lives and our wars.
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Australians will be caught by the ban on laptops and electronic devices in cabin luggage even if just transiting.
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Laptops and tablets join pocket knives, ink cartridges and scissors banned on flights | What the new US and UK rules mean
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Apple has announced bright red versions of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to commemorate its partnership with fighting AIDS.
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Samsung has published details of its Bixby personal assistant, which will debut on its Galaxy S8 smartphone in New York next week.
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Exploding batteries are back in the headlines, but lithium-ion batteries aren’t going away anytime soon.
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The U Ultra is the best premium phone HTC has produced for a few years but that doesn’t mean it’s the best premium phone.
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The leaks about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone have turned into a torrent of information.
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Artificial intelligence is predicting whether public bus drivers are likely to have a crash within three months.
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