Lately, Russian businesses have been actively adopting solutions based on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), while the government is also incentivising the use of these technologies.
Engaged in sweeping transformations since the death of dictator Islam Karimov just seven years ago, Uzbekistan is seeing first results in the investment they’ve made to boost their IT sector.
The quality of the internet has been severely compromised by restrictions placed on the market.
Activists were openly critical of Serbia’s government, which NGOs say has a track record of deploying spyware and other digital surveillance tools.
Officials say that it will make government spending more transparent.
Romanian entrepreneur Adrian Tomşa has pledged to transform Telekom Romania Mobile if he succeeds in taking it over from OTE.
Armenia's flourishing technology sector has been given a boost by the influx of Russian IT specialists fleeing Putin's authoritarian rule.
While cryptocurrencies remain banned in Russia, their underlying tech, blockchain, is more and more actively used by the country’s major companies.
The Dutch holding company of Russian internet major Yandex is considering selling all of its Russian assets, rather than a controlling stake as discussed previously, Reuters reports citing unnamed sources.
Robust growth continued into 2023 despite issues with costly delivery and customs duties.
Rapid groceries company looking for change in fortunes following collapse in valuation.
Invenio Partners and Vienna-based Accession Capital Partners have acquired the vocational education unit of Serbia's Link Group.
Websites of Republika Srpska’s government, presidency and civil service were taken down as part of US sanctions on top politicians in the entity.
Decaying urban landmark built as museum of communist leader Enver Hoxha now houses startup offices, incubators and classrooms providing free tech education to young Albanians.
Russian Internet company Yandex has become the first firm in Europe to successfully complete tests of a self-driving car without a human being present in the car, the company said on October 25.
Ananas.rs, a pioneer in the Serbian e-commerce arena, has embarked on its regional expansion, with the debut of Ananas.mk as the initial step.
Unmanned surface vessel developer Aselsan linked up with missile maker Roketsan for the exercise.
Ginkgo to support local startups with know-how and technologies as Serbia aims to become a hub for bioeconomic innovation.
Russian IT companies have made a truly global impact in cybersecurity, and the best known player in this field is Kaspersky Lab. But it chose to stay in Russia after the war started, which has crippled its international sales.
Russian IT group Astra has successfully completed an IPO on October 13, raising RUB3.5bn ($36mn) through the sale of shares at a price of RUB333 each, Prime reports.