Social Hackers Academy Teaches Refugees to Code in Athens

A new NGO started by coders and software engineers quit their jobs, and a handful of volunteers are teaching refugees, migrants, and unemployed Greek...

Vodafone Greece to Buy Cyta Hellas for €118M

The Greek subsidiary of Cypriot telecommunications company Cyta will be bought by Greek telecoms giant Vodafone Hellas, after an agreement between the two companies...

‘Anonymous Greece’ Claims Hack of State TV

The Greek chapter of the Anonymous hacker collective has claimed to have infiltrated state broadcaster ERT, but the channel has denied there was any...

Russian Bitcoin Fraud Suspect Applies for Asylum in Greece

Russian Alexander Vinnik, accused of laundering $4 billion through Bitcoin crypto-currency exchange in the US, has petitioned the Greek authorities for political asylum. “Vinnik has...

Greece Announces University Wi-Fi Plan

University students across Greece are to get access to Wi-Fi at their campus accommodation, according to a new government initiative revealed on Friday. Greek media...

Greek Engineer Helping Concorde Return to the Skies

A Greek engineer is at the forefront of plans to re-design the supersonic Concorde jet which could cut transatlantic journeys to just 3.5 hours. Lockheed...

Augmented Reality Device Offers Unique 3D View of Acropolis

A new application created by a Greek entrepreneur gives visitors the chance to have 3D virtual tours of archaeological sites and see them the...

Digital Radio Debuts in Greece

Digital radio arrived in Greece this week, with a first pilot broadcast coming from public broadcaster ERT’s facilities on Ymittos mountain overlooking Athens. Unlike many...

Greek Startups: Marathon VC Doubles Down with EIF and NBG

Greece's startup ecosystem is steadily growing as Athens based VC fund Marathon Ventures announced an increase to their fund with the addition of European Investment Fund, National...

New Report Warns Of Cybercrime Rise in 2018

US tech giant McAfee warned on Wednesday that 2018 will see a rise in online attacks, at a time when the EU is deliberating...

IAEA: Greece has made Significant Progress in Nuclear Safety Regulation

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said Greece has significantly strengthened its regulatory framework for nuclear and radiation safety since 2012,...

EU Court Rules Against Greece in 2005 Wiretapping Death

A European court has ordered Greece to pay damages to relatives of a Vodafone Telecoms executive who was found dead on the eve of...

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