CoreCard® Business Update: CoreCard partners with Al Ansari Exchange to offer multi-currency prepaid card processing in the UAE

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, April 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CoreCard Software, DMCC. (a subsidiary of Intelligent Systems Corporation [NYSE American: INS]), the leading international provider of innovative prepaid and credit technology solutions and processing services to the financial technology and services market, announced today a partnership with Al Ansari Exchange, the UAE-based foreign exchange […]

Zoom Announces $100 Million Zoom Apps Fund

New Venture Fund to Stimulate Innovation in the Zoom Apps Ecosystem SAN JOSE, Calif., April 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: ZM) today announced the Zoom Apps Fund, a new $100 million venture fund created to stimulate growth of Zoom’s ecosystem of Zoom Apps, integrations, developer platform, and hardware. Portfolio companies will […]

Philips installs leading digital imaging solutions at new Central Acute Services Building of Westmead Hospital in Sydney Australia

April 19, 2021 New state-of-the-art Central Acute Services Building at Westmead Hospital features next-generation diagnostic and neurovascular imaging solutions, aimed at improving the efficiency and accuracy of care delivered to trauma patients requiring critical care Installation of first Philips Magnetic Resonance – Ingenia MR-OR – intraoperative systems in Australia and New Zealand enhances speed and […]

Justice ministry grants temporary stay permits for undocumented migrant children

SEOUL– Illegal migrant children who are born and have lived in South Korea for more than 15 years will be given temporary stay permits, the Ministry of Justice said Monday,…

S. Korea to crack down on cryptocurrency-related illegalities

SEOUL– South Korea said Monday it plans to crack down on any illegality involving cryptocurrencies, such as money laundering, until June amid skyrocketing prices of virtual money. The interagency crackdown…

Japan ambassador says S. Korea can take part in IAEA monitoring team for Fukushima water release

SEOUL– Japanese Ambassador Koichi Aiboshi said Monday that he thinks South Korean experts can be part of a U.N. nuclear watchdog-led monitoring team for his country’s planned release of radioactive…

S. Korean civic group slams Japan’s Fukushima decision as criminal act

SEOUL– The National YWCA of Korea, one of the nation’s largest women’s organizations, on Monday urged the Japanese government to immediately scrap its plan to dump contaminated water from the…

Daegu FC player of K League 1 tests positive for coronavirus

SEOUL– One player from South Korea’s top professional football league has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, his club said Monday. Daegu FC of K League 1 said one of…

Oceans minister nominee vows measures against Fukushima water release

SEOUL– South Korea’s oceans minister nominee said Monday the country will spare no efforts to protect the public from any harm stemming from the anticipated release of radioactive water from…

S. Korea confirms 70 more cases of COVID-19 variants, total now at 449

SEOUL– South Korea has confirmed 70 more cases of contagious variants of the new coronavirus, bringing the total to 449, according to health authorities Monday, amid concerns that the country’s…