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Lithium Batteries: are they safe?

A discussion on the safety of transporting lithium batteries

by: David Alexander, General Manager, ICAO AVSEC PM

The transport by air of lithium batteries has been in the news lately, from air carriers banning the transport of “hover boards” to the latest news that the FAA is lobbying ICAO for a total ban on the transport of lithium batteries on passenger aircraft. 351 more words

Dangerous Goods

More Smartwatches Were Shipped Worldwide Than Swiss Watches

Friday marked a milestone moment for the smartwatch market.

A new report from consulting firm Strategy Analytics said that for the first time ever, more smartwatches have been shipped worldwide than Swiss watches. 167 more words

Tech

Farming Characters - By Ambassador

Who do I farm now?

This is a question that many of the newer players ask once they have maxed or unlocked a certain character from shipments, so I’ll try to do my best and answer this question so you can decide more quickly.

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Here's how the iPhone is performing in global marketshare against the competition

We learned this week that Apple shipped 74.8 million iPhones globally during the recent holiday quarter, which is just slightly up from the 74.4 million shipped during the same quarter the year prior and just under the 75 million that analysts expected. 334 more words

IOS Devices

Implant Sciences Announces Worldwide Shipments of Over $5 Million

Excludes TSA order and distribution spans five continents over the last two months PR Newswire, IMSC WILMINGTON, Mass., Jan. 15, 2016 WILMINGTON, Mass., Jan. 15, 2016, IMSC, /PRNewswire/  Implant Sciences Corporation (OTCQB:IMSC), a leading manufacturer of explosives trace detection (ETD) solutions for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) applications, today reported that the company has shipped over$5 million of its explosives trace detectors (ETDs) across five continents over the past two months. 82 more words

Samsung Reportedly Decreasing Smartphone Shipments


It seems Samsung is about to reduce the number of smartphones shipment 2016. Local retailers in South Korea got a message from the company yesterday that next year they should expect 12% decline
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