• NEWS
    Cloud Security Tips for Distributed Companies

    As companies adjust to the new normal during this COVID-19 pandemic crisis, it’s business as usual for cyber attackers. They’re still probing for vulnerabilities to exploit, and the rapid transition to a fully remote workforce has likely increased the risks to your organization. If you’re operating in the cloud, it’s critical that you examine access […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Electronic transmissions: End of the road for the WTO moratorium?

    As the shadow of COVID-19 on the global economy and trade lengthens, international organisations are trying to prioritise their actions in the face of adversity. However, given the international rules-based system governing world trade, there are some matters which are time-critical due to their legal position, necessitating decisions in the near term. One such matter […]

  • COUPONS
    Stack these coupons to snag two fast wireless chargers for just $13

    Why buy an outdated charging accessory these days when wireless chargers are just as affordable? With this deal on Choetech wireless chargers, you get a charging stand and a charging pad bundled together for just $13. This 2-pack normally costs $22, but clipping the coupon on its product page and entering code HH4WS27V during checkout takes $9 off […]

  • CLOTHING
    Calls for tougher regulation of second hand clothes

    Following an investigation by ITV News, the UK’s recycling industry is calling for better regulation of the international trade in second-hand clothing. The Textile Recycling Association says the Environment Agency should do more to prevent “people operating under the radar”. It comes after our cameras filmed piles of discarded clothes in Ghana left on illegal […]

  • GCHQ warns not to use Windows 7 computers for banking or email after Tuesday

    GCHQ has warned people not to do internet banking or use emails from computers with Windows 7 from Tuesday, when Microsoft will end support for the software. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), the public-facing arm of the cyber spy agency, said that devices still using the operating system after next week will become increasingly […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    NASA Has a New Method For Cooling Down Electronics Crammed Together in a Spacecraft

    One of the most exciting things about space exploration today is the ways in which it is getting more cost-effective. Between reusable rockets, miniaturized electronics, and low-cost launch services, space is becoming more accessible and populated. However, this also presents a challenge when it comes to conventional methods for maintaining spacecraft and satellites. One of […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Analyst sees muted recovery for semis and electronics

    “Muted” is probably about the best word to describe the expected recovery for semiconductors and electronics. In a Semi.org blog, analyst Walt Custer of Custer Consulting Group said the normal autumn upturn for electronics is “less robust” than normal. “The muted seasonal recovery is obvious,” he said. In August, shipments of electronics globally were down 6.4% […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Bharat Electronics signs MoU with TEL for ammunition business

    Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Tamil Nadu Industrial Explosives Limited (TEL), a Tamil Nadu government undertaking, for co-operation in the explosives segment.. The MoU was signed by Anandi Ramalingam, Director-Marketing, BEL, and C Kamaraj, CMD, TEL, recently, in the presence of Edappadi K Palaniswami, Chief Minister of Tamil […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    MeitY to push for more sops to lure electronic makers

    NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY) will push the finance ministry to approve additional incentives to attract electronics manufacturers into the country, according to two government officials. The sops include interest subsidy on loans, credit guarantees for plant and machinery and renewal of the Electronic Manufacturing Cluster (EMC) scheme after the earlier one ended […]