Follows the trail blazed by nearby Estonia which has operated an e-residency system since 2014.
Super laser research facilities in the two CEE countries will form a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC), which is expected to start operating in January 2020.
The deal, if completed, would be a major blow to Mail.ru, which has been trying to compete in Russia's fast-growing taxi and digital mobility solutions market.
The planned sale of Telekom Slovenije’s Kosovan subsidiary Ipko is the latest move towards consolidation in the Balkan telecoms sector, Fitch Solutions writes.
Online retail is growing in leaps and bounds even if traditional retail is in the doldrums on the back of six years of real income wage increase stagnation.
With the acquisition of Hungary’s leading ICT company, the company owned by businessmen close to the government gained control of yet another company operating in a strategic sector.
It was supposed to be Russia’s e-commerce powerhouse, but the tie up between state-owned retail banking behemoth Sberbank and tech giant Yandex looks like it will end in divorce.
The pledge appears to have come to ease the tension between Huawei and the Polish government after an employee of the company and a former Polish security official were arrested earlier this year on espionage charges.
Shares in Chinese mobile phones importer iHunt will start trading on the alternative trading system of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) on July 9, following the company’s IPO, the BVB said in a statement.
Hungarian booking website Szallas.hu acquired Czech-based Hotel.cz group to enter its fifth market outside of Hungary in line with its growth strategy.
Lawmakers approved a controversial bill to take over the research network of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and place it under a government-run body, in yet another blow to academic freedom.
Hub to promote fintech and tech-centric innovation and contribute to Lithuania’s goal of becoming a leading regional fintech centre in Europe, EBRD says.
Vodafone Romania and local RCS & RDS to target major cities and seaside resorts with early rollout of 5G services using their existing frequency bands.
Russian online media major Rambler controlled by Alexander Mamut is considering holding an IPO, RBC business daily reported citing the head of the company Raphael Abramyan, who sees the company listed in two-three years.
Russia is working on a large-scale face-recognition scheme that could provide a useful tool for law enforcers and a large order for its tech partner, NtechLab. Meanwhile, the segment's other local companies are also working on similar solutions.
Telegram Open Network (TON), one of the most highly anticipated projects in the blockchain world, is gaining momentum and is now in beta testing mode.