Uncharged mobile phones banned on flights to U. S.

(AGI) Houston, July 7 - All electronic equipment must now befully charged and working before it will be allowed on boardflights to the United States, in compliance with new securitymeasures adopted by the Transportation Security Administration.These measures will be applied at all international airports inorder to intercept new undetectable explosives. Smartphones,such as the very popular iPhone and Galaxy, will be confiscatedif their batteries are flat. . .

(AGI) Houston, July 7 - All electronic equipment must now befully charged and working before it will be allowed on boardflights to the United States, in compliance with new securitymeasures adopted by the Transportation Security Administration.These measures will be applied at all international airports inorder to intercept new undetectable explosives. Smartphones,such as the very popular iPhone and Galaxy, will be confiscatedif their batteries are flat. . .