A Czech sculptor has teamed up with a group of architects to create a 3D-printed house prototype that could become a holiday home for the future.
The house is being printed from special concrete in the southern Czech city of Ceske Budejovice and is planned to float on the Vltava river in Prague in August.
Police in Athens on Friday were seeking the perpetrators behind arson attacks on ATMs in the northern Athens suburb of Halandri that caused damage but no injuries.
According to police, the unidentified assailants used homemade explosive devices to set alight one cash machine near the suburb's town hall at around 3 a.m. and another outside a supermarket about an hour later.
For children living in the remote mountainous areas of the Mediterranean province of Antalya, distance learning introduced in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic could be exhausting.
Some students living in the Taurus Mountains, which spans much of southern Turkey, have to trek to a point where they can pick up signal because they do not have good reception in their villages.
5G technology has been tested in the Slovenian seaside town of Koper as part of a larger European project funded by the European Commission.
Telecom Slovenia has already installed the technical equipment at the port in the city, and the inspection of the network is planned to continue until the end of the summer.
Workathlon is holding a firechat webinar on Thursday on the major challenge the new health protocols are creating for the hotel market.
The event, starting at 3 p.m., will feature a panel of experienced professionals in the sector who are responsible for the adherence to health protocols in hotels.
The webinar will be screened live on Workathlon's Facebook page.
A documentary on Turkey's first armed drone was released on the first day of the Muslim holiday of Eid al Fitr.
The feature, titled AKINCI after the model's name, documents the development of the unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) and was posted on the YouTube channel of arms maker Baykar Technologies on May 24.
Turkish defense giant Aselsan has developed its own video conferencing software for internal communications.
The software, called XperMeet, will meet the company's security needs with its end-to-end encipherment and SSL certificate.
XperMeet offers the ability to host meetings, training and organizing panels and webinars as well as voice calls and messaging.