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India imposes import restrictions on laptops and tablets; electronic manufacturing experts praise the move

In a groundbreaking move to boost domestic electronics production, the Government of India has recently implemented restrictions on the import of laptops, tablets and personal computers falling under HSN 8741 category. As per the government notification, the import of restricted items will be allowed only against a valid license. Reacting to this, Hari Om Rai, Chairman and Co-founder of Lava International, praised the government’s initiative and called it a “leadership move” that will benefit both the industry and consumers. In his statement to ANI, Rai emphasized the significance of this restriction, which aims to drive electronics manufacturing within India’s borders.…

Investigating Interactions at Molecular Junctions for Novel Electronic Devices | Tokyo Tech News

key role in electron transport, reveals a recent study conducted by researchers at Tokyo Tech. Through simultaneous surface-enhanced Raman scattering and current–voltage measurements, they found that a single dimer junction of naphthalenethiol molecule shows three different bondings, namely π—π intermolecular and through-π and through-space molecule–electrode interactions. The π—π interaction is a type of noncovalent interaction that occurs when the electron clouds in the π orbitals of aromatic rings or π-conjugated molecular systems overlap. This interaction enables an efficient movement of electrons between the molecules, offering the potential to design materials with unique electronic properties. The structure of the junctions formed…

Mills City Council adds state electronic system as future public notice option to newspaper ads

MILLS, Wyo. — On Tuesday, City of Mills councilmembers approved further changes to an amended ordinance — changes that add an option to advertise public notices using a centralized electronic system maintained or authorized by the State of Wyoming. At their Oct. 10 regular meeting, Mills City councilmembers, on the second of three readings, passed the city’s newest version of a proposed ordinance addressing legal advertisements. The newly added clause would give the City of Mills the option to use a central electronic publication system through the state if the state established such a system, City Attorney Pat Holscher said…

Navy Refining Plan for its $17B Destroyer Electronic Warfare Backfit with 4 Test Ships

USS Pinckney (DDG-91) underway in San Diego Bay on Nov. 7, 2023. San Diego Web Cam Photo ARLINGTON, Va. – A quartet of destroyers will be the test case for the Navy’s $17 billion plan to add a major electronic warfare upgrade to Flight IIA destroyers, service officials outlined last week.Late last year, USS Pinckney (DDG-91) wrapped up the first part of a two-step modernization availability and left General Dynamics’ NASSCO shipyard in San Diego, Calif., for sea-trails with what some in the service have compared to Carrie Fisher’s double bun hairstyle in Star Wars. Standing two decks high, the…

Canada’s electronic spy agency faces a staffing crisis

The Communications Security Establishment (CSE), one of the federal agencies tasked with countering foreign interference, is experiencing a “major staffing crisis,” a former CSE spy told Radio-Canada/CBC. The CSE intercepts and decodes communications of foreign targets that seek to harm Canada. It is also responsible for protecting the federal government’s computer network and advising critical infrastructure operators, such as banks and hospitals, on how to protect themselves against cyberattacks. In a rare interview, the CSE’s chief, Caroline Xavier, did not deny that there is a crisis, but said the shortage of cybersecurity experts is a global problem. “Talk to any…