Breaking news for the morning of July 30

Science, technology and technology news

Evgeny Rylov won the second gold at the Tokyo Olympics . The Russian won at a distance of 200 meters on the back. He set a new Olympic record. Russia now has nine gold medals.

Anna Prakaten took silver in rowing at the Olympics . First place went to Emma Twigg from New Zealand. About performance

Samsung Pay was under the threat of a ban in Russia , Kommersant learned. The court upheld the claims of the copyright holder in the patent dispute. The service accounts for 17% of the market. More details

Sergei Sobyanin reported on the peak in the incidence of COVID-19 passed by Moscow . He recommended that the residents of the capital get vaccinated.

An abnormal start-up of engines occurred on the Nauka module after docking with the ISS . This led to a 45 ° turn of the station. NASA has not yet identified damage.

Dmitry Rogozin announced the launch of the Prichal module on the ISS on November 24 . According to the head of Roscosmos, this module will “expand the possibilities of docking” of ships with the station.

The court registered the claim of the Federal Agency for Fishery against the subsidiary of Norilsk Nickel for 59 billion rubles . The company intends to challenge it. About the claim

In addition to Rostelecom and Sberbank, the joint venture for the development of the Unified Biometric System may include a number of other major banks . As Kommersant found out, this decision was lobbied by the Central Bank. About the reasons

Britain considers the actions of Russia and China in space to be reckless , said Chief of Staff of the United Kingdom Air Force Michael Wigston. According to him, Russia has deployed a number of satellites that “have the characteristics of a weapon.”

The most important events upcoming on July 30 are in the announcements of Kommersant.

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