E-communications market generates EUR 1.6 bn in revenues

The market of electronic communications and postal services in Serbia generated revenues of around EUR 1.6 billion last year, Director of the Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services (RATEL) Milan ... More

IT Giant HP Opens Tech Lab in Business Park Sofia

American IT giant Hewlett-Packard, one of the biggest investors in Bulgaria, has opened a hi-tech lab in Bulgaria. The facility, which occupies and area of 300 square meters in Business Park Sofia, will be used for the ... More

100 biggest IT companies earn 8.26 bln kuna in revenues in 2013

The revenues of the 100 biggest IT companies in Croatia in 2013 amounted to 8.26 billion kuna, 8.6% more than in 2012, with the number of their employees staying roughly the same, slightly less than 6,000, shows a survey ... More

1000 “Pravetz” laptops to be released on the market

The first 1000 laptops of the legendary Bulgarian computer brand “Pravetz” will be soon released on the market. According to the brand owner Boiko Vuchev, they will be sold in a store in a Sofia shopping center ... More

Vucic opens new ComTrade software development centre

Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic opened in Kragujevac on Tuesday the new ComTrade software development centre which employs 200 young experts. Vucic promised that the government will try to provide ... More

First Prize of ‘Microsoft’ for Mobile Application of City of Bijeljina

At the second competition ‘Microsoft B&H’ for the best application for Windows Phone devices in B&H, young programmer from Bijeljina Jovica Rikanović won third place with his application on the city of Bijeljina. ... More

Foreign investments in IT sector to be used wisely

Foreign direct investments in the information technology (IT) sector in Serbia are welcome, but they should be used wisely and to the benefit of the entire society, and not only the investors and a small number of employees, CEO ... More

Serbian hackers hit 100 Croatian web sites

Serbian Tesla-tim hackers group has hit over 100 web sites in Croatia. The attack was carried out over the past six months and was made as a protest against “the discrimination of the Serbians in Croatia”, announces ... More

Mergers: Commission clears acquisition of Nokia's mobile device business by Microsoft

The European Commission has cleared under the EU Merger Regulation the proposed acquisition of most of Nokia Corporation's devices & services business (the "D&S business") by Microsoft Corporation. The D&S business mainly ... More

First phase of building IT Park in Indjija completed

The first phase of construction of the Embassy Techzones IT Park, a EUR 10 million investment for Indian real estate developer Embassy Group spanning an area of 10,000 square meters in Indjija, northern Serbia, was completed on ... More

Intel and ComTrade to make mobile phones and tablets in Serbia

John Davis, the director of global development program and the vice president of Intel, a technological leader that contributes millions to make developing countries part of the computer world, has visited the ComTrade company in ... More

Google DevFest event in Thessaloniki on November 7-10

The latest developments in Google products and tools will be presented in Thessaloniki's International Fair Exhibition Center at a four-day event on November 7-10. Representatives of the multinational corporation that ... More

Slovenian sart-u cmpanies rased US$ 50M in 2012

At least 85 technological start-up companies existed in Slovenia last year, employing around 800 and managing to raise around US$ 50m for investments, Miha Gerbec of the Slovenian subsidiary of Swiss software company Astina told ... More

Dacic: IT boost for new development cycle

Information technologies could be an impetus for the country's economic recovery and new development cycle, Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said on Friday. At the conference entitled "Sinergija 13", Dacic said that the ... More

Oracle to invest EUR 100 million in Romania

The US software producer Oracle will invest nearly EUR 100 million in Romania, the Minister for Infrastructure Projects of National Interest and Foreign Investment Dan Sova announced. The American company had a turnover worth EUR ... More

Dacic meets officials of largest IT companies

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic is on a several-day visit to the U.S., where he will meet with officials of the world's largest IT companies. The purpose of the visit is to present the possibilities of Serbia's IT sector ... More

Montenegro's Government and Microsoft set to continue cooperation

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Information Society and Telecommunications Vujica Lazović met Tuesday with the Microsoft’s delegation, headed by Takuya Hirano, Microsoft's General Manager for Central and Eastern ... More

State supports development of IT industry

Minister of Finance and Economy Mladjan Dinkic said today that the state intends to support the development of IT companies through a specially designed programme. Speaking at a public debate on the state programme of ... More

First Romanian tablet specially made for children is launched

Evolio in partnership with educational software local producers launched the first Romanian tablet specially made for children, Evolio Tabby, reads a release the company mentioned above sent to Agerpres. The tablet is ... More

Serbia's IT market is worth about EUR 400 million

This year's value of Serbia's information technologies (IT) market has reached EUR 400 million, Serbian Minister of Trade and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic has said. This is less than last year, and the record EUR 545 ... More