Daily Archives: May 12, 2020

Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) Announces New Board Seat for Google and New Board Member

Google joins OCP as an Executive Member, Google Engineer joins OCP Board of Directors AUSTIN, Texas, May 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP), a collaborative community focused on redesigning hardware technology to efficiently support the

Interesting Films and Disabled Hollywood Director Stephan Pacheco Unveil Brand New Movie About Heroic Nurses That Saved the Screenwriter’s Life in This True Story

“Nurses Do It Better” because they do YUMA, Ariz., May 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Film Director Stephan Pacheco unveils “Nurses Do It Better” at select film festivals throughout the world; hoping to find its audience at the Raindance Film

WHO warns of increasing coronavirus cases in countries that eases lockdowns

 Several countries that have lifted coronavirus restrictions and reopened businesses, including China, have seen jumps in coronavirus cases, underscoring the “challenges that may lie ahead,” the World Health Organization warned Monday. “In the Republic of Korea, bars and clubs were

China suspends Australian beef imports from four abattoirs

 China has imposed an import ban on four Australian abattoirs as diplomatic tensions between the two countries mount.  The blacklisting of the red meat abattoirs comes just days after China flagged plans to introduce an 80 per cent tariff on Australian

Global coronavirus death toll surpasses 287,000

 The death toll from coronavirus around the world had been over 287,000 while more than 4.27 million cases had been reported globally as of Tuesday afternoon, according to worldometers.info.  COVID-19 has spread to 212 countries and territories. So far more

President Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum reopens

 President Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum reopened to the public on Tuesday, said its management board. All current COVID-19 prevention and control measures will be followed. President Ho Chi Minh passed away on September 2, 1969. In the following days, his

Vietnam records no new COVID-19 infections in community for 26 days

 Vietnam reported no new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday morning, the 26th consecutive day without domestic infections, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control. Among the 288 confirmed cases so far, 148 were infected abroad and were quarantined

Quang Hai listed in Fox Sports poll for Asian Front Three

 Vietnamese football star Nguyen Quang Hai has been listed as one of nine nominees for the Asian Front Three by the prestigious sports website Fox Sports Asia.  Hai was voted one of the Most Valuable Players of ASEAN and lifted

Mobile transactions in Vietnam to grow 400% by 2025

 Mobile transactions in Vietnam are forecast to increase 400% by 2025 in the Fintech and Digital Banking 2025 Asia Pacific Report released by Backbase on Monday.  The report said 25% of banks in Vietnam will adopt modern digital core platforms

Japan eyes COVID-19 vaccine trials in July

 Japan expects to begin clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine in July, Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said on Monday. Addressing the budget committee in parliament, Abe revealed that work on vaccines is being carried out at several institutions, including