Information and communications technology
Police in Athens investigate series of muggings targetting youths
Police in Athens are investigating a series of attacks in which male youths were mugged and had their mobile phones stolen.
In the most recent incident, a 17-year-old was hospitalized after he was beaten and wounded with a knife near the Iraklio metro station, in the city's north, at 2 a.m. on Thursday.
Only Connect: How Community Networks Put Romania Online
While many of the early community networks like Tănase's were absorbed into larger, private internet providers, they still play a significant role in the country, connecting smaller villages and increasingly, even in cities.
Residents in Attica urged to restrict movements due to worsening weather
Residents in Attica have been urged to restrict their movements due to the deteriorating weather in an emergency 112 alert sent to all mobile phones in the region.
How The Digital Revolution and Internet Are Helping Developing Nations Unlock Their Potential
The digital revolution has swept across the globe and changed the way the world interacts. It has enabled information to be accessed faster, and from anywhere.
EU approves common charger for electronic devices
This includes mobile phones, tablets and e-readers, digital cameras, and video game consoles
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Türkiye’s digital quality of life improves slightly
Türkiye has improved by two positions in Surfshark's Digital Quality of Life Index regarding digital wellbeing, rising from 54th to 52nd out of 117 countries.
Out of the five fundamental digital life pillars, Türkiye's best is for e-government (39th) and the worst score is for internet quality (ranking 69th globally).
BIRN Hit by Cyber-Attacks After Turkish Fraudster Investigation
BIRN's Balkan Insight website was buffeted by hacker attacks for two days after the publication of an investigation into how a Turkish businessman bought his way to honorary Greek citizenship.
For 1st month ever, streamers rule broadcast, cable networks
This summer has been a breakthrough for streaming, with the time viewers spent watching services like Netflix and Hulu outpacing broadcast and cable television networks in July for the first month ever.
Most Greeks won’t let go of their cell phone during vacation
According to the data, 59 percent of Greeks cannot leave their mobile phones during the holidays
VHS tapes trigger a new collecting frenzy
Long relegated to an obscure corner of the collectibles market, VHS tapes have been fetching eye-popping prices at auctions in recent months, thanks to nostalgia and an appetite for new investment opportunities.
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