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MiLi gadgets for people on the go

MiLi, a power solution company based in Shenzen, China, whose main core of business are stylish and compact power banks, introduced their latest product, the iData. The iData is a external storage device that allows you to store all of your music, ... Manila Standard Today, 1 week ago

MiLi introduces USB OTG device iData and skin-moisture sensor Pure for iOS devices

MiLi, a brand known for its top-class mobile power solutions, has just rolled out two of its newest product offerings: the iData and Pure. MiLi iData If you know what USB OTG is, you would be hit with a comforting sense of familiarity as ...
 Gadgets Magazine1 week ago
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The idea of Pakistan

Power structure of Pakistan entirely lies with its Army, writes It is about time we, including this writer, conceded that our analysis and understanding of Pakistani polity, society and power structure has been deeply flawed. Or we might say, ...
 India Today3 days ago Insight - Worries grow as new courts hand Pakistan army more power (Reuters)  Yahoo! News Australia2 months ago

Mili-brand: Comedian grills Labour boss in new episode of The Trews

09:55 Screenshot from youtube video by user Russell Brand Contrary to hearsay, comedian and activist Russell Brand will not come out in support of the Labour Party, as his latest trailer shows him giving Labour boss Ed Miliband a grilling ...
 Russia Today3 weeks ago

Power supply shut as severe storm hits Australia

(55 minutes ago) In Australia, some 180,000 homes have been left without power in Sydney and across New South Wales after storms battered the state. Winds of up to 135 kilometers per hour were recorded in some areas, with up to 200 mili meters of ...
 NewsR.in1 month ago

Libya's foreign reserves fell by a quarter last year

Related Photo Credit:Reuters/Anis Mili By Feras Bosalum and Ulf Laessing TRIPOLI/CAIRO, May 4 (Reuters) - Libya burned through more than a quarter of its foreign currency reserves in 2014 to offset a fall in vital oil revenues and keep the country ...
 Zawya.com2 weeks ago

Election 2015 live: Labour will stand up to corporate power, Miliband tells Russell Brand

7.00am AEST Jamie Grierson's evening summary Today was about PR versus substance. Ill leave it to you to decide which prevailed. Serious policy matters came first. Cameron started the day on the backfoot as official figures revealed Britain's ...
 ExecReview.com3 weeks ago

Exar Releases New 40V PowerBlox Family

04/21 07:45 CDT XR76203/05/08, 40V Regulator Family Simplifies System Design in Industrial Systems FREMONT, Calif., April 21, 2015 FREMONT, Calif., April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Exar Corporation (NYSE: EXAR), a leading supplier of ...
 Finwin1 month ago

Afghan Mili Bank signs soft-loan expansion agreement

admin April 12, 2015 In Latest Updates , Nation Array By Farhad Naibkhel-KABUL: Afghan Mili Bank on Sunday signed an agreement with the National Enterprise Board to boost up traders accessibility to financial services in the country. ...
 Afghanistan Times1 month ago

These power banks are tiny, but will keep your phones running for a full day

A word of advice: just because half of your friends carry portable power banks doesn't mean you can use them anytime you want. The very reason why they're making space in their bags for those things - heavy and cumbersome as they may be - is because ...
 Asiaone2 months ago
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