Vučić with Orbán: With sincere partners and friends - everything is possible PHOTO

"A meeting with my friend @orbanviktor and rare relaxed moments before we start dealing with serious issues of interest to Serbia and Hungary. With sincere partners and friends - everything is possible and every plan is achievable, and the projects we are working on will best show that nothing can stop the rapid growth of both countries," it said on Instagram.

An Early Warning system for Disasters and Accidents is being developed in Bulgaria

Hundreds of residents of Plovdiv and the region received messages yesterday about the earthquake, which occurred around 3:30 p.m. and had a magnitude of about 4.7 on the Richter scale. Today it became clear that the messages were not sent by the authorities in Bulgaria. Google generated them and are only for phones with the Android operating system.

Serbian Parents in Dark over Vast Education Sector Database

"Data, for which we don't know how it will serve us before we even collect it, is data that we shouldn't process," Ruzic told BIRN. "Data that we have collected in order to do some analysis, and we do not do that, or we do not make decisions on the basis of those analyses, is data that we should delete, because it is obvious that we do not need it."

Google planning quantum tech centre in Ljubljana

The US tech giant Google is planning to launch a quantum technologies centre in Ljubljana, Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation Minister Igor Papič told the STA on 30 May. Doctoral students could start this autumn or next year at the latest. Several hundred engineers are expected to graduate annually.

‘Shame, Guilt’: Can North Macedonia Crack Down on Online Harassment?

A friend of Qamili and a cousin had both shown her similar messages they had received months earlier, containing the same kind of vulgar content and the same spelling errors. They suspected the same person was harassing them, using a dialect of Albanian that pointed to their hometown, Kicevo in North Macedonia.

Hewlett-Packard to create Excellence Center in Greece

Hewlett-Packard Enterprises (HPE) plans to found a global Excellence Center in Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Greece, Greek Deputy Minister of Development and Investment Christos Dimas said at the Delphi Economic Forum on Friday.

The center will be part of HPE Ezmeral Software and will aim at helping business customers globally to incorporate AI in their operations.

Microsoft’s uphill battle to buy Activision Blizzard

It's not "game over" yet for Microsoft's quest to buy the video game maker Activision Blizzard, but the software giant is starting to run out of clear pathways to complete its $69 billion takeover.

A major setback came on April 26 when British antitrust regulators said they would block the acquisition.