Twitter leaves ‘disinformation’ agreement with EU
Twitter is no longer adhering to a voluntary European code of conduct for internet platforms. Euro commissioner Thierry Breton (Industry) reports on Twitter that Elon Musk’s social medium has left the EU agreement.
Europe catches fleeing US crypto companies
US regulators do not seem to be scrambling to establish clear guidelines for crypto companies. In the meantime, Europe is doing this, and a major transition seems to be underway.
GeForce RTX 3060 Ti production to stop soon
Chinese traders are said to have received a message from Nvidia in which the US manufacturer calls for stocks of the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti to be disposed of, according to ITHome. Nvidia would soon also stop producing this video card.
General Motors will try to tempt European buyers with its EVs
General Motors wants to start selling EVs in Europe this fall. This is written by Automotive News Europe based on an interview with Jaclyn McQuaid, president of GM Europe. The Scandinavian countries are expected to open first.
New seed treatment can reduce nitrogen fertiliser use
Syngenta Biologicals and Unium Bioscience today announced a partnership to offer pioneering organic seed treatment solutions based on ‘NUELLO ® iN’ to farmers in northwestern Europe. Syngenta reports: “‘Nuello in’ naturally enhances a plant’s ability to convert and use nitrogen available directly in the atmosphere and has the potential to reduce nitrogen use by...
Cyprus beaches will be equipped with innovative mobility devices
Beachgoers with mobility problems will be able to swim in the Mediterranean this summer without having to worry about crossing the sand. Starting in May, more than 200 chairs will be installed on beaches in Cyprus and some neighbouring countries, including Italy and Greece, to facilitate vacationers’ access to the sea.
These are top five retailers in Cyprus
Recent months have seen significant fluctuations in food prices in Cyprus, with some basic foodstuffs experiencing price increases of up to 61%, according to one news outlet in April. Despite this, the Cypriot statistics agency reported a 10.9% increase in value sales in the retail sector in March, with volumes up by 6.5%. In the food, drinks, and tobacco segment, sales were 11.6% higher in March...