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Hungary To Take Steps Against OneCoin
The National Bank of Hungary on Tuesday said it had agreed with a number of authorities on joint measures against the virtual currency OneCoin. more »
Pre-Paid Mobile Subscribers Face Tight Deadline For Data Reconciliation In Hungary
Hungarian telecommunication companies may face a rush of activity in the coming weeks as a deadline for registering pre-paid subscribers approaches, business daily Világgazdaság said on Monday. Hungarian lawmakers tightened rules on pre-paid SIM cards last year amid concerns they could be easily resold to criminals or terrorists. more »
EC Shares Hungary’s Stand On Internet Services VAT, Says Commissioner
The European Commission is expected to allow member states to assign preferential VAT rates to internet services, too, Hungary’s commissioner for digital welfare said in an interview published in Thursday’s issue of business daily Világgazdaság. more »

The Gamer Inside Us


The Gamer Inside Us
Six out of ten Internet users in Hungary play video games (including any game played on electronic devices, i.e. computers, smartphones, tablets, consoles, or TVs). This activity extends well beyond hardcore gaming: the most popular video games are Solitaire, Mahjong, Candy Crush Saga and Scrabble. Fifty-six per cent of gamers play on their smartphones (too) – these are the findings of eNET Internet Research Ltd’s latest survey on video gaming habits in Hungary. more »

Hackers Take Over Origo.hu


Hackers Take Over Origo.hu
Late last Wednesday night, as hundreds of protesters continued to occupy Oktogon (the intersection of Andrássy avenue and the main boulevard of Pest), hackers infected news site origo.hu with malicious bots which automatically posted the following comment below every article on the site: more »

Fixed-Line Subscriptions Flat Since 2009


Fixed-Line Subscriptions Flat Since 2009
The number of landline subscriptions has stagnated in the last nine years, while the number of broadband internet subscriptions doubled, according to figures from the media authority NMHH. more »



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