Digital Entertainment Asset Launches Its NFT Marketplace, PlayMining NFT Premier on Binance Smart Chain

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) from over 20 renowned Japanese Manga Artists will be available. BSC x PlayMining SINGAPORE, Nov. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Digital Entertainment Asset Pte. Ltd (DEA), the Singapore-based blockchain and multimedia digital entertainment group providing the PlayMining blockchain gaming platform, today announced that the company will open its NFT Marketplace, PlayMining NFT Premier, on […]

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Philips collaborates with leading institutes to bring its breakthrough spectral CT imaging into the interventional suite

November 24, 2021 Philips showcases world’s first spectral detector angio-CT solution at RSNA 2021 Solution combines breakthrough spectral detector CT imaging and real-time fluoroscopy in a flexible environment where all modalities are operated through Philips Image-Guided Therapy System – Azurion with FlexArm Philips’ Spectral detector CT imaging in the interventional suite brings valuable additional information […]

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Plug Power Selected by Fertiglobe’s Green Hydrogen Consortium to Deliver 100MW Electrolyzer for Green Ammonia

This order reinforces our strong booking momentum in the electrolyzer business and puts Plug Power well on its path to achieving its 2022 electrolyzer sales plan LATHAM, N.Y., Nov. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Plug Power Inc. (NASDAQ: PLUG), a leading provider of turnkey hydrogen solutions for the global green hydrogen market, today announces it […]

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China Says It Will Shun Hegemony in Disputed Asian Sea; Does It Mean That?

SAN FRANCISCO — Beijing’s pledge this week to avoid dominance in the South China Sea comes too late to convince smaller Southeast Asian claimants to the strategic waterway after years of Chinese expansion, experts say. President Xi Jinping made the pledge Monday at a virtual summit marking the 30th anniversary of ASEAN-China dialogue. He told leaders of the […]

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In Myanmar, Reporting Becomes More Difficult ‘Month by Month’

BANGKOK, THAILAND — Nearly 10 months into Myanmar’s military coup, the country’s media is striving to keep reporting while navigating arrests and harassment from the junta. Thousands of protesters have refused to accept military rule, including ousted politicians, activists, religious leaders, and others, and fighting has broken out between junta and local defense forces. But local […]

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Civil society’s anti-discrimination draft bill submitted to Thai Parliament

A draft bill, aimed at protecting certain groups of people against discrimination and drafted by 10 people groups, which has been signed by 12,116 supporters, was submitted to Thailand’s House of Representatives today (Wednesday). Somboon Uthaiwiankul, secretary to House Speaker Chuan Leekpai, received the draft bill and said that he will check the authenticity of […]

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