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Cochlear implantation to begin at RMLIMS

(MENAFN - IANS) Lucknow, Sep 19 (IANS) The Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences (RMLIMS) in Lucknow will start cochlear implantation at its otolaryngology (ENT) department for hearing impaired children aged between one to five years. A cochlear implant is a small electronic device that is implanted through surgery...
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Eugene Bonsal Charged with Enticement

Eugene J. Bonsal Jr., 27, of Fairbury was arraigned in Jefferson County Court on Wednesday, September 15. Linda Bauer was the presiding judge. The defendant is charged with enticement by electronic communication device, a class 4 felony punishable by two years in prison, followed by nine to 12 months of post-release supervision and a $10,000 fine. He is accused of using an electronic device to contact someone under the age of 16 years.
FAIRBURY, NE
ESPN

Jockey Tomas Mejia banned 10 years for using electronic device at Monmouth Park

OCEANPORT, N.J. -- Jockey Tomas Mejia has been been banned 10 years for using an electronic device to win a race at Monmouth Park earlier this month. In a ruling announced Thursday, the stewards at Monmouth Park also fined the 26-year-old Panamanian $5,000 and recommended that the New Jersey Racing Commission permanently revoke his jockey's license. Tracks around the country will uphold the ban.
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SkySports

Tomas Mejia: Monmouth jockey banned for ten years and handed $5,000 fine for using electronic device to win a race

Jockey Tomas Mejia has been banned for 10 years for using an electronic device to win a race in the USA earlier this month. In a ruling announced on Thursday, the stewards at Monmouth Park also fined the 26-year-old Panamanian $5,000 and recommended that the New Jersey Racing Commission permanently revoke his jockeys' licence. Tracks around the country will uphold the ban.
SPORTS
Tenth Amendment Center

Signed as Law: Illinois Prohibits Warrantless Data Collection from Household Electronic Devices

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (Sept. 16, 2021) – Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker has signed a bill into law that bans police from collecting data from household electronic devices such as Alexa and Ring without a warrant in most situations. The enactment of this legislation not only protects privacy in Illinois; it will also hinder the ever-expanding national surveillance state.
ILLINOIS STATE
mactech.com

Apple patent involves content displays on an ‘Apple Glasses’ device

Apple has been granted a patent (number 11,119,321) for an “electronic device with a display attached to a lease element.” It involves the rumored “Apple Glasses,” an augmented reality/virtual reality head-mounted display (HMD). About the patent. Electronic devices are sometimes configured to be worn by users. For example, HMDs are...
ELECTRONICS
globalspec.com

Device promises to expedite COVID-19 test results

An electronic device developed by engineers at Auburn University promises to improve the speed with which COVID-19 test results are available. The device is based on 2D materials modified with antibodies for immediately detecting the COVID-19 virus spike protein. According to the team of engineers, once the virus spike protein interacts with the antibody incorporated into the testing device, the electronic properties of the atomically thin monolayer 2D material are impacted. Once a lab technician places a sample on the transistor surface, the device immediately responds and almost instantly reveals the results.
PUBLIC HEALTH
khabarhub.com

Himalaya Airlines starts AED service

KATHMANDU: The Himalaya Airlines has started the automated external defibrillator (AED) service in its flights. The Nepal-China joint venture air carrier has installed the AED, a life-saving machine used in case of heart attack and other health complications in flight, in all its aircraft. It has installed the AED machine...
AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
Herald-Dispatch

City Council passes resolution to prohibit electronic communication during meetings

HUNTINGTON — Huntington City Council members approved a resolution that prohibits them from using electronic communication devices during meetings. The resolution, which passed during Monday’s meeting, amends the Rules of Council to prohibit council members from using electronic communication devices, such as cell phones, during public meetings. Of council members present, only Todd Sweeney and Tyler Bowen voted against it. Councilman Dale Anderson was absent Monday.
HUNTINGTON, WV

ElectroCore Announces New Patent Expanding Claims Related To Delivery Of Non-Invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation Therapy Using Mobile Devices

ROCKAWAY, NJ, Sept. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- electroCore, Inc. (Nasdaq: ECOR), a commercial-stage bioelectronic medicine company, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent No. 11,097,102 to electroCore, relating to devices, systems and methods integrated with, or coupled to, smartphones that allow patients to self-treat medical conditions, such as migraine headache, by electrical non-invasive stimulation of nerves. The '102 patent is the 8 th US patent issued to ECOR in the company's mobile connectivity platform, with additional US and International matters pending.
CELL PHONES
ABC 33/40 News

Auburn engineers create device to instantly get COVID-19 test results

Engineers at Auburn University have created a device that will reveal COVID-19 test results instantly, instead of waiting hours. “We have developed an electronic device based on two-dimensional materials that are modified with antibodies so that it can immediately detect the virus spike protein. “When the virus spike protein interacts with the antibody within the testing device, it impacts the electronic properties of the atomically-thin monolayer 2D material. As soon as the lab technician puts the sample drop on the transistor surface, the device responds, and the result is evident.” -- Masoud Mahjouri-Samani, assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering at the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering at Auburn.
AUBURN, AL
globalspec.com

Inspection for all components in device production using scientific imaging

Most of today’s consumer electronics are display-based devices that provide dynamic visuals and intuitive user interfaces for our phones, tablets, smart watches and laptops. Our expectations for quality in these products have never been higher, driving a need for quality control processes throughout electronics manufacturing at each component stage, from chip to cover glass. Visual inspection equipment applied in electronics production has traditionally consisted of machine vision cameras and software to provide automated quality control that is fast, precise and consistent. However, these traditional systems are not designed with the sensitivity needed to accurately quantify values of light and color, which critically influence the visual qualities of important illuminated components such as displays, backlight units and illuminated keyboards.
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