Ljubljana – Smartphones and laptops have become the key channels for consuming media content. That is the main finding of the latest media consumption survey, conducted by the pollsters Valicon and Iprom in February and March. Slovenians consume media content, especially news media, to a significantly greater degree than in 2018.
Mounting evidence suggest that prehistoric civilizations possessed advanced technological knowledge that was lost throughout the ages
The “great leap” & the network effect
A new mobile malware campaign targeted at Android and iOS users has been identified by experts of the National Cyber Security Incident Response Team (CERT-RO) and the Romanian Intelligence Service (Cyberint National Center).
Kostas Eleftheriou called out Apple earlier this year for negligence with regard to policing iOS scams and copycat apps
Ljubljana – The sales of used cars in Slovenia are three times bigger than those of new cars, but information about second-hand cars is often poor. The Slovenian Automobile Association (AMZS) has now set up a new web portal for used cars that offers trustworthy information about the vehicle and its history.
Turkey may drill more boreholes in its search for gas in the eastern Mediterranean, Energy Minister Fatih Dönmez said on May 24.
Turkey has already opened eight boreholes in the region, Dönmez said, adding that while there were signs of natural gas, there had been no economically significant discovery.