Russia can no longer rely on General Winter – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. KYIV — He helped defeat Napoleon’s Grande Armée and Hitler’s Wehrmacht. General Winter was always believed to be a close friend of the Russian armed forces. But this year his loyalty is less certain. President Vladimir Putin can no longer count on Russia’s old … Read more

iion launches ‘immersiion’ platform that redefines monetization for gaming

COMPANY NEWS: With over 264 million and growing APAC profiled users across all platforms, immersiion is also the only advertising platform to focus on media across mobile, PC, console, cloud and e-sports gaming platforms. There is ample evidence to show that gaming is a thriving industry, emerging as a dominant form of socialization and recreation, … Read more

How new biotech makes recovery faster, cheaper and safer

The cultures are produced and distributed under the brand name DGG™ by a remediation company called SiREM. Toth says the microbial breeding technology could be a game changer for the oil and gas industry and those responsible for environment, health and safety, as it reduces costs and saves time. Toth says restoring and monitoring contaminated … Read more

Why the leader of a chemical company is concerned about the behavior of forklift drivers

Getting personal and reminding employees that everyone in the company wants them to go home unscathed is the type of positive reinforcement that is increasingly being adopted in workplaces. At a company like BASF, you might think the chemicals are the biggest danger to worry about, but according to Cammaert, that’s not the case. “Our … Read more

China playing ‘long game’ as Russia surprised by expulsion of spies from Europe, UK MI5 spy chief says

The UK’s head of domestic intelligence warns that Beijing is trying to manipulate opinion in Britain by making contacts not only with prominent politicians, but also with people who are just starting their careers in public life. Most important points: MI5 chief Ken McCallum accuses Beijing of monitoring, intimidating, coercing and “forcibly repatriating Chinese nationals” … Read more

6 Most Common Online Threats For Gamers

While these games provide players with a valuable social and recreational experience, they also put them right in the middle of the various security threats lurking online. So, if you’re an avid gamer, keep reading to learn about the six most common security threats that gamers constantly face and easy tips to avoid them. The … Read more

Russia blocks Ukraine’s grain exports after reports of drone strikes near Crimea. This puts pressure on the global food crisis

Dozens of countries teetered on the brink of famine as a result of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. That was until a ceasefire agreement in July seemed to ease the pressure of billions of people. However, over the weekend, Russia canceled the deal in a move described as “blackmailing the world with hunger”. … Read more

China establishes foreign police presence in Australia and around the world

Beijing has launched foreign police operations in more than 80 cities around the world, including one in Australia, as part of a global security campaign under President Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Most important points: Chinese police from Wenzhou city set up a “point of contact” in Sydney in 2018 China conducts police … Read more

US ammunition stocks dwindle as war in Ukraine erodes supplies

The United States will soon be unable to supply Ukraine with certain types of ammunition essential to Kiev’s fight against the Russian invasion, as supplies run out faster than they can be replaced. Most important points: Washington is Ukraine’s largest arms supplier since the start of the war The amount of grenades the US has … Read more

Norway, Germany brace for uncertainty after Nordstream explosions

Norway will bolster security at its oil and gas facilities after three explosions shook Nordstream 1 & 2 pipelines, the country’s oil and energy minister said Tuesday. Germany’s economics minister also spoke forcefully on Tuesday, saying he knows how to defend and defend his infrastructure. This week, both Danish and Swedish authorities reported leaks from … Read more