Gamestream Expands Partnership with Telkom Indonesia |

August 3, 2021 Global B2B cloud gaming company Gamestream has announced the extension of its partnership with Southeast Asian telecommunications company Telkom Indonesia, which will see the GameQoo cloud gaming service expand across Indonesia to the first time. GameQoo – which uses cloud technology and Gamestream’s game catalog – launched in April 2019 for millions of Telkom Indonesia customers in ...

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Huntington Ingalls aims to boost sustainment activities with unmanned vessels

SEA-AIR-SPACE NEWS: Huntington Ingalls aims to boost sustainment activities with unmanned ships Photo by Huntington Ingalls NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland – Huntington Ingalls Industries, the country’s largest military shipbuilder, is preparing to build new robotic ships for the Navy, but it also sees major business opportunities in maintaining the platforms, company officials say. The Navy’s latest update to its long-term shipbuilding ...

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These brothers wrote the children’s book they wished they had when their grandmother had Alzheimer’s disease

Marie Kennedy still remembers coming home from the long-term care center in Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia, when her children asked her why their grandmother couldn’t remember their names. This conversation ten years ago and the ones that followed have been difficult. Their grandmother’s heart, Kennedy told his sons, had not diminished – inside him resided a love just as fierce as ...

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7 facts about Richard Wagner, his music and his misadventures | Culture | Reports on the arts, music and lifestyle of Germany | DW

1. Convinced of his own genius Born in Leipzig on May 22, 1813, Wilhelm Richard Wagner was convinced early on of his own genius, despite the fact that a music teacher once said that he used to “torture the piano in the layman way. more abominable ”. Wagner wrote his first dramas as a schoolboy, and he himself would write ...

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Gallup poll on Bitcoin ownership tripled

Three times more Americans hold bitcoin than three years ago, according to a recent Gallup poll. But while 75% of those polled called bitcoin “very risky” in 2018, that number has dropped to 60% in 2021. “Three years ago, a very small percentage of investors reported owning bitcoin, most said they had little knowledge of it, and the majority – ...

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Warp Publishing – Senior A&R (United States)

Role: Senior A&R (United States) Company: Warp Publishing Location: Los Angeles Salary: competitive and according to experience Closing date: Monday August 9 Warp Publishing is looking for an experienced and visionary A&R who knows and wants to defend our list. As a Senior A&R, you will develop the careers of our artists and writers and lead the signing of artists ...

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Tips for fashion students to stay in the reshaped AI industry

India’s clothing market will be worth Rs 25 trillion by 2030, making it the sixth largest market center in the world. As a strong demand for avant-garde clothing increases, the fashion industry in India is experiencing a phenomenal boom. The fashion industry is growing at an exponential rate every day. Over the past year, consumer behavior has undoubtedly changed dramatically ...

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Transform Magazine: Announcement of the 2021 – 2021 Employer Brand Management Awards shortlist

The list of finalists for the 2021 Employer Brand Management Awards has been announced. The panel of expert judges selected the best applications demonstrating an impressive and successful employer brand over the past 18 months. The employer brand is at the heart of every organization because it is the key to attracting, engaging and retaining talent. The past year has ...

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The Catastrophic Last Year of Donald J. Trump by Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker. Penguin Press, $ 30 (578p) ISBN 978-0-593-29894-7

Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker. Penguin Press, $ 30 (578p) ISBN 978-0-593-29894-7 Washington post reporters Leonnig and Rucker return (after A very stable genius) with a comprehensive but stilted overview of the tweetstorms, turf wars, denial and desperation that rocked the Trump administration from January 2020 to January 2021. It is an in-depth study of the bureaucratic dysfunction caused by ...

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