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Frequently Asked Questions About Wireless Device RF Detectors

RF Detectors are very useful on every level of component design. When it comes to RF detectors for wireless devices, many newbie users still have questions they need…

New FDA Guide Should Help Small Farmers Comply with Food Safety Regs

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration just released a new guide that should help small farmersunderstand regulations and exemptions surrounding the Food Safety Modernization Act’s produce safety rule. The…

The Finest Souvenirs to Get from Singapore

One of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, Singapore, indeed has a lot to offer. From state-of-the-art attractions to culinary creations, and so much more, the ‘Lion City’…

Pakistan court likely to give verdict in Benazir killing case

An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan may today deliver its verdict in a decade-old-case involving the gruesome assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. Former two-time premier Bhutto was…

16 Rohingya, including children, drown fleeing Myanmar

Coastguards in Bangladesh found on Thursday the bodies of 16 Rohingya, many of them children, who drowned when their boat capsized as they fled an upsurge in violence…

US air strike kills 13 civilians from the same family: Afghan officials

Thirteen civilians from the same family were killed and another 15 wounded in a US air strike on Taliban fighters in eastern Afghanistan, Afghan authorities said Thursday. US…

Rahul Gandhi to speak at prestigious US varsity on September 11

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi will speak at a prestigious American university on September 11 on his view of contemporary India and the path forward for the world’s…

Iraqi forces backed by Shia forces begin fight for last Islamic State holdout at Tal Afar

Hundreds of additional troops were sent into al-’Ayadiya on Wednesday, as Iraqi forces came under increasing pressure to clear Islamic State fighters from their final position in the…

Blast hits bus in Turkey’s Izmir, seven wounded

Seven people were wounded when an explosion hit a shuttle bus carrying prison guards in the Turkish coastal province of Izmir on Thursday, and authorities were investigating a…

Men, women teach columnist a lesson for ‘sexist’ Hurricane Harvey tweet

A photo of the devastation Hurricane Harvey unleashed and the rescue operations that followed was given a sexist colour by a Twitter user, instigating a debate on gender…