The acquisition is part of Kahoot’s strategy to expand into new areas of learning, whether at school, work or home.
Telia Lietuva's stock began to rise after the company announced on November 10 that it was the first in Lithuania to start testing 11 5G base stations in the city centres of Vilnius, Kaunas and Klaipeda.
A record 21 Czech companies made it into the ranking of the region’s fastest growing tech businesses.
Lithuania has been lately hailed as a haven for fintech firms that are seeking expansion or relocating due to Brexit.
Maverick Estonian transport company Bolt announced it will expand its light-duty electric vehicle rental service to 100 European cities and bring 130,000 electric scooters and bicycles to the streets in 2021.
Estonia wants to use its experience of creating a digital society to help polar communities adopt efficient and secure digital solutions.
Interior Minister Mart Helme stepped down after a vicious verbal attack on US president-elect Biden, condemned by top politicians as damaging Estonia’s relations with the US, a crucial ally.
There is positive news for all Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) commercial bankers, market observers and investment bankers. The fresh 2020 CEE Banking Report by Raiffeisen Research paints an encouraging picture of banking in CEE.
Prime Minister Krisjanis Kariņs says tougher measures are needed as record new cases reported.
The self-driving Estonia-made smart bus Iseauto, which last summer served passengers in Tallinn City, has started operating in the Greek city of Lamia.
New restrictions imposed in countries struggling with a vicious second wave of the pandemic.
Skeleton to take on Tesla with superbattery to make electric cars faster to charge and cheaper to run.
Turnover rose strongly in specialised stores selling computers and their accessories, books, sports equipment, games, toys, flowers and other items.
Biggest increase was in automotive fuel sales, up by 13.4%.
GDP down in annual terms but increased by 6.6% on second quarter as economy started post-lockdown recovery.
New Lithuanian office and local subsidiary to help Curve's Brexit-wary and weary European customers to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period.
The merged group will bring together over 34mn users in Europe, which will help accelerate its expansion into new markets.