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New Blue Light & Defence Business Manager for Panasonic TOUGHBOOK

Charlotte Langridge aims to address the information and communication challenges of the sector’s mission critical mobile workforce BRACKNELL, UK. 25th January 2023 – Charlotte Langridge has joined Panasonic Mobile Solutions Business Division as the new Business Manager for Public Sector, Defence and Police in the UK and Ireland. Charlotte will build on the success of… Read More »

Supporting the increased bandwidth demands of light rail with new antenna range from HUBER+SUHNER

Dedicated antennas optimised for light rail vehicles have been launched by HUBER+SUHNER, further expanding its offering to the transport sector. As all transportation market segments look to cope with rising bandwidth demand, rail, light rail, and road vehicles all have different requirements. The SENCITY® Tram rooftop antennas range has been developed to provide an all-in-one… Read More »

FDA Gives Green Light to Gene-Edited Cattle

In as little as two years, Americans could be biting into their first gene-edited burgers, courtesy of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s regulatory clearance of gene-edited cattle.1 The animals, created by bioengineering company Recombinetics, have genes modified to make their coats shorter and slicker. The genetic modification to their coats is intended to help… Read More »

Light up your home as the days get darker

Winter can be a great time to assess your home lighting and the impact it can have on both the look and feel of your abode. Lead Interior Designer, World of Style by Porter Davis, Stephanie Atanasovski, provided these tips: Make a statement with pendants Selecting the perfect pendant light is an easy way to… Read More »

Qld gives green light to flights from NZ

Queensland will allow flights from New Zealand to land again from Saturday night. The state has reinstated New Zealand’s “safe travel country” status after the country got on top of recent community transmission of coronavirus. Flights will be allowed in after 6pm on Saturday. People who previously arrived from New Zealand and had to enter… Read More »