No more airplane mode? EU to allow calls...

Airline passengers in the European Union (EU) will soon be able to use their phones to full effect in the sky. The European Commission ruled airlines can provide 5G technology on board planes, alongside slower mobile data.This could mean flyers will no longer be required...

Cashing in on cashews: Africa must add value...

The global market for cashews is booming, but the African countries growing more than half the world’s supply aren’t cashing...

U.S. rail workers say deal won't resolve quality-of-life...

When BNSF railroad conductor Justin Schaaf needed to take time off from work in the summer, he had to make...

Schengen visa: Germany relaxes visa appointment rules for...

Big news for Indian tourists who are planning to travel to Germany for tourism purposes. The country has relaxed some...

A tour of Australia's most misunderstood tourist town

It is widely derided as Perth's worst neighbourhood, yet in reality, Rockingham is one of the city’s best attractions due...

Egypt's private sector caught off guard by central...

A financing scheme launched in 2019 by the Central Bank of Egypt to support private sector projects in the industrial,...

Pandemic mitigation success sets up GCC economies to...

Swift action to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and oil price shocks have driven a broad-based recovery in...

Amazon Echo Dot review: Easy on your pocket...

Amazon's Echo Dot home speakers are now out, adding some new options for consumers who want to make their homes...

Has the elusive technology solution finally arrived to...

The warnings keep getting louder: the world is hurtling towards a desperate shortage of copper. Humans are more dependent than...

Farming as a career choice? Yes, and right...

Ploughing fields, planting seeds, harvesting, and cultivating crops, and still making more money than the conventional 9 to 5? Sounds...

Ascendion to hire 1,000 engineers in India over...

IT company Ascendion plans to hire 1,000 engineers in India over the next 12 months, the company said on Monday....

Tutankhamun's inspiring 21st Century afterlife

"Everywhere the glint of gold." This is how the British archaeologist Howard Carter infamously recalled his first impression of the...

New £1.2m project to look at chemical pollution...

The research team will investigate the most dangerous chemicals and chemical mixtures being emitted into the county’s waterways and the...