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Photo Kit: Bagging more bags

Tan Kit Hoong explains why just having one camera bag won't do.

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Next-gen suitcases and carry-on bags to make summer travel a breeze

From zipperless suitcases to biometric scanners, the next generation of suitcases and carry-on bags reimagine conventional design to create more multi-functional and secure travel companions: take a look at a selection of the newest.

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TSA tests 3D airport scanners that may let liquids stay in bags

The US aviation security agency is beginning a test at 15 US airports of new three-dimensional X-ray scanners that may someday allow passengers to bring liquids into their bags.

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'Second skin' may eliminate wrinkles, eye bags

US scientists have developed a new, transparent polymer material that temporarily tightens sagging skin and eliminates eye bags, according to research.

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American Airlines launches baggage alert system for bags gone astray

American Airlines has launched a new baggage alert system that will inform customers about the status of their luggage and save them from waiting around at baggage carousel.

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TSA’s social media highlight weird stuff in travellers’ bags

TSA’s Instagram feed continues on without creator, trying to find that perfect balance of humor plus travel dos and don’ts.

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Apple bags rights to series starring Jennifer Aniston

Apple has acquired the rights to a new series starring and co-produced by American actresses Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.

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Cardboard microscope bags top prize at Sime Darby Young Innovators Challenge 2017

The team with a prototype of an affordable portable microscope won the top prize worth RM20,000 at the Sime Darby Young Innovators Challenge 2017.

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A car safety breakthrough with bags of potential

Leading automotive supplier ZF is developing a new type of in-seat airbag that, when deployed, will stop an occupant from moving into the center of a vehicle's cabin.

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TM's device connects to the Internet with light, bags WCIT award

Telekom Malaysia dazzled the ICT movers and shakers at the World Congress on IT (WCIT) in Mexico with its research and development work on Visible Light Communication (VLC), a technology that uses Light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs to transmit data at high speeds of up 10 to 50 megabits per second