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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 20.09.2014, 10:55

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The digital gap between the younger and older generation is decreasing in Estonia

The digital gap between the younger and older generation is decreasing in Estonia

19.09.2014

According to Statistics Estonia, in the 1st quarter of 2014, 83% of households in Estonia had access to the Internet at home. The gap between the younger and older population in computer and Internet use is decreasing.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Estonia, Internet, Society, Technology



Google – the most popular brand in Latvia

Google – the most popular brand in Latvia

19.09.2014

Google is the most popular brand in Latvia in 2014, as a survey carried out by DDB Latvija in collaboration with GfK Custom Research Baltic, PHD Latvija, and magazine "Kapitals" indicates, cites LETA/Nozare.lv.

Latvian Saeima approves mechanisms to compensate needy residents for of electricity price growth

Latvian Saeima approves mechanisms to compensate needy residents for of electricity price growth

18.09.2014

Saeima passed amendments to the Electricity Market Law in the final reading today, the amendments stipulate mechanisms to compensate low-income earners, needy residents, and large families for electricity price growth, reports LETA.


Estonia's birth rate slightly higher than death rate in August

Estonia's birth rate slightly higher than death rate in August

18.09.2014

According to the data of the population facts department of the Estonian Ministry of Internal Affairs, 1,246 births and 1,180 deaths were registered in August 2014 in Estonia, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

Estonian Riigikogu makes a step ahead for lowering voting age

Estonian Riigikogu makes a step ahead for lowering voting age

17.09.2014

The Estonian Riigikogu discussed on Tuesday the bill of lowering the voting age, initiated by 41 MPs and completed the first reading of the draft law, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

16.09.2014

Support to Rail Baltica has decreased somewhat in Estonia

A Factum & Ariko fresh public opinion survey showed that, as compared to May, the share of Rail Baltica project supporters in Estonia has fallen by 5% to 68% of respondents, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

15.09.2014

Latvian residents require monthly salary of EUR 2,769 to fulfill their dreams

Latvian residents would want to earn EUR 2,769 a month on average in order to fulfill all of their dreams, according to a survey conducted by SKDS, cites LETA.

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