U.S. officials say concerns over screening procedures at some airports in the Middle East and Africa will require passengers to check in almost all electronic devices larger than a smartphone, rather than carry them into the cabin.
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Two English language teachers from Russia and Hungary attend a flight attendants job fair at the East Star Airlines Travel College in Chengdu
The last thing I expected when attending the launch of the London Science Museum’s new Robots exhibition was to have a leading robot maker warn me that my job was at risk of roboticization.
Obama administration guidelines for LGBT student protections under Title IX remain in place, and the student codes at Liberty and Bob Jones Universities appear to violate them.
When David Erickson leaves his home in Long Beach, California to spend several days on Panama’s southern coast, he also reluctantly gives up his smartphone.
Pavement lights have been installed at a pedestrian crossing in a Netherlands town to help smartphone users cross the road safely.
A new app aimed at mothers has launched in London and New York, aimed at helping mums build friendships.
Some supermarkets are rationing the number of iceberg lettuce and broccoli customers can buy - blaming poor growing conditions in southern Europe for a shortage in UK stores.
Open markets and global trade have been blamed for job losses over the last decade, but global CEOs say the real culprits are increasingly machines.
Native speakers leave others in the dark with strange phrases and words that don’t make sense.