The Attica Tram Electricians Association on Tuesday announced a four-hour work stoppage from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday "since it does not see any substantial solution to the problems."
In a statement, the association bemoaned a series of shortcomings, including the operation of the tram telematics system, which has remained "problematic" for the last 22 months.
Windows 7 is still running on tens of millions of machines around the world
Greeks spent over 4.6 billion hours scrolling on their smartphones last year, according to a survey by cellphone data analysis company App Annie.
That amount, which reveals just how much smartphones have become a part of everyday life, is actually estimated to be even bigger as the figures by the US company do not include the data used by the iOS appliances - i.e. iPhones.
Parler is seeking a temporary restraining order to keep Amazon Web Services (AWS) from blackballing Parler
Ljubljana – Bank card users will not be able to use ATMs in the early morning hours on Tuesday, 12 January, due to communication infrastructure upgrades.
Bankart company said it will be performing works on communication infrastructure, which means that a majority of cash machines all across the country will be out of order for 30 minutes.
Velenje – Gorenje, the Chinese-owned household appliances maker, is launching production of TV sets in Velenje this week. More than 350 workers are already working at the Hisense Europe Electronic factory, and their number is to increase to 520 by the end of the month. As of next week, around 800 TV sets are to be produced a day.
Twenty migrants seeking asylum in Romania were discovered by the authorities when they tried to leave the country illegally through the Border Checkpoint Nadlac II, 18 being hidden in an articulated lorry, and two under a trailer, sitting on a spare wheel.
Aurora 21 will help the US keep pace among the other nations who own the fastest supercomputers