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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 16.08.2018, 13:10

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Estonia and Finland started common development of X-Road software core

Estonia and Finland started common development of X-Road software core

15.08.2018

The Nordic Institute for Interoperability Solutions (NIIS) has started its first agile development sprint of X-Road software core. The development by NIIS was kicked off on 7th August when the first sprint officially started.

Keyword tags: Estonia, EU – Baltic States, Good for Business, Innovations, Internet, Technology



Tallinn Tech and  Silberauto present self-driving car

Tallinn Tech and Silberauto present self-driving car

10.08.2018

Tallinn University of Technology and the Estonian car selling and maintenance company Silberauto presented Iseauto, the first self-driving car made in Estonia, at the Opinion Festival in the central Estonian town of Paide on Friday, reportes LETA/BNS.

Payments to become even simpler and faster in Lithuania

Payments to become even simpler and faster in Lithuania

03.08.2018

Payments to become even simpler and faster in Lithuania


Lithuania's Cyber Security Center recommends against using Yandex.Taxi app

Lithuania's Cyber Security Center recommends against using Yandex.Taxi app

31.07.2018

Lithuania's National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) recommends against using the Yandex.Taxi ride-sharing app, the Defense Ministry said LETA/BNS on Monday.

Estonia's Guardtime to provide cyber security solutions for U.S. elections

Estonia's Guardtime to provide cyber security solutions for U.S. elections

23.07.2018

The Estonian software company Guardtime in cooperation with Swiss security technology company SICPA has developed a new election security solution for U.S. elections, which will blockchain-enabled protection of voter registries, informs LETA/BNS.


18.07.2018

“Big data” technologies to assist business, education and public management

Politicians and economists in the EU states are striving to align industrial development with business and education. The same is the problem for the Baltic States. To solve the issue, some suggest a more extensive use of digital society’s opportunities. Numerous EU programs provide a feasible assistance: politicians just have to be more active.

12.07.2018

Lithuanian and Latvian foreign ministers in the 10 Best Connected World Leaders 2018

All the world’s atwitter! Or almost. 97% of all 193 UN member states have an official presence on the platform. The governments of only six countries, namely Laos, Mauritania, Nicaragua, North Korea, Swaziland and Turkmenistan do not have an official presence on the platform, told in the BCW`s Twiplomacy study.

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