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Children battling cancer boost their spirits in hospital’s playrooms

Volunteers from the Hope Foundation for Children with Cancer (KAÇUV) have been working to cheer up children battling cancer at an Istanbul hospital.

KAÇUV volunteers have prepared a room of the hospital as a "playroom" for the children. In the room, they play games and spend time with fun activities.

The Copy-Paste Inventor Died

The American computer scientist Larry Tesler died on February 17 at the age of 74, The Portal reported. He is known as the inventor of functions copy and paste in computer interfaces.

Born in New York in 1945, he studied computer science at Stanford University in the 1960s. In 1980 he started working for the company, where he remained until 1997.

Russia Helps Serbia to Modernize Air Force Fleet

Apart from relying on the delivery of Russian jets, Serbia has a few of its own aircraft that need to be modernized.

The light attack and training aircraft Galeb and the twin-engine, subsonic ground-attack and reconnaissance aircraft Soko J-22 Orao, known for being the first in the history of Yugoslav aviation to overcome the sound barrier, are set for some upgrades soon.

Bulgarian PC Company Pravetz to Release First Smartphone Next Week

The Bulgarian PC company Pravetz is expanding the range of its products and will release its first smartphone Pravetz 4+ next week.

The mobile phone is made in Taiwan, weighs a hundred grammes and will cost BGN 169.

It has 4.7 inch HD IPS screen, four core Qualcomm 1.2 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM.

Bulgarian PC Brand Pravetz to Start Selling Laptops in January

Legendary Bulgarian PC brand Pravetz is to make the first sales of its Pravetz 64M laptop after having been out of business for more than two decades.

There is a substantial interest in the new devices which could be purchased starting January 15, Boyko Vuchev, who runs Pravetz Computers OOD and also owns the Pravetz brand, is quoted by BGNES news service as saying.