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Prezi Acquires Online Peer Infogram
Hungarian tech firm Prezi, which has become internationally known for its online presentation software, has announced its purchase of Latvian online peer Infogram, which specializes in creating infographics, according to entries on the blogs of both firms. more »
Free Wifi In Every Hungarian Locality By 2018
The government’s goal is to provide Internet in Hungary, which is cheaper, faster and more easily available than ever, reports gondola.hu. This goal would be reached by tax cuts, the introduction of the Digital Welfare basic package and free WiFi-connection in every locality of the country – the secretariat of the Digital Welfare Program announced on the occasion of the international day of Internet on Thursday. more »
Digitalisation A Pathway To Reducing Poverty, Says Hungarian Foreign Minister In NY
Digitalisation is not something to be wary of, as it contributes greatly to reducing poverty and improving living conditions, Hungary’s foreign minister said in New York at a UN high-level event on innovation and digital connectivity. Péter Szijjártó said in his address to the meeting on Wednesday afternoon that a new phase of competition was unfolding in the global economy. more »

Gov-Cert: Few Hundred Devices Impacted By Ransomware


Gov-Cert: Few Hundred Devices Impacted By Ransomware
Around 45 government systems came under attack in Hungary over the weekend, when a ransomware spread in 150 countries, but only a few hundred devices became infected, the Government Incident Response Team (Gov-CERT) said on Tuesday. more »

Government Incident Response Team Issues Alert On Global Ransomware Attack


Government Incident Response Team Issues Alert On Global Ransomware Attack
GovCERT-Hungary, the governmental computer security incident response team, on Saturday issued an alert in connection with the global ransomware cyber-attack that has affected computers in nearly 100 countries. more »

Almost 200,000 Hardcore Gamers In Hungary - E-Sports In Figures


Almost 200,000 Hardcore Gamers In Hungary - E-Sports In Figures
On an average weekday, a young Hungarian e-sport gamer spends three hours playing games, and that duration rises to five hours on weekends. 44% are or intend to become competitive players. The most popular game is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. These are the main conclusions of a survey looking into e-sports in Hungary, jointly conducted by eNET Internet Research, Esportmilla – One Million People for Hungarian E-Sports, and Esport1. more »



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