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Magyar Telekom Broadband Expands To 2.8 Mln Households
The broadband internet network coverage of Hungarian telecommunications company Magyar Telekom expanded to 2.8 million households in 2016, the company said today, according to Hungarian news agency MTI. more »
Apple Works With Hungarian Developer
Apple has partnered with Hungarian IT security firm Tresorit to enhance the security features of its health care app CareKit. Tresorit offers end-to-end encryption of users health data, which is important for Apple to meet strict US health compliance criteria. more »
Guaranteed Cheap Internet To Come
The so-called basic product for internet access will be available from March, government commissioner for digital welfare Tamás Deutsch announced yesterday. more »

Kecskemét University To Build Diode Laser Centre


Kecskemét University To Build Diode Laser Centre
Pallas Athéné University’s GAMF Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science (Kecskemét, C Hungary) will establish a diode laser centre in consortium with applied research nonprofit company Bay Zoltán Alkalmazott Kutatási Közhasznú Nonprofit, Zoltán Weltsch, head of the university’s department for materials technology, told MTI. more »

Why You Should Always Log Out Of Your PC


Why You Should Always Log Out Of Your PC
By Notebookspecialista: Most of us tend to simply walk away from our computer without turning on password protection, so most of us will learn from our own experience how irresponsible it is to let any random person access our stuff. more »

Internet At Christmas: Connecting Us & Providing Activities


Internet At Christmas: Connecting Us & Providing Activities
The Internet is integral to keeping families together in the Christmas period, just like at other times. It connects us with friends and loved ones who are far away, and offers increasingly popular options for the typical year-end pastimes of watching movies, TV series and other programmes. more »



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