Following several rounds of leaks, the South Korean giant has finally launched its Galaxy A23 5G device, albeit quite unceremoniously.
The first 200 street lamps have recently been installed by the authorities in the city’s outer neighborhoods, but they should shortly total 1,000.
“As consumers’ viewing behaviors are shifting to short-form video, we are shifting our focus to Reels on Facebook and Instagram,” Facebook explains. Live shopping will still be available on Instagram.
From Županja all the way to the coast – Google’s Street View cars have returned to Croatia! They will photograph a number of cities and roads in Croatian counties, starting August 2.
The new round will auction about 8,000 county-based licenses in the 2.5 GHz spectrum band – mostly in rural parts of the United States of America.
Meta’s revenues fell to 28.8 billion dollars, while net profits plummeted by 27%, to around 6.7 billion dollars. This marks the end of an era for Facebook, which has been on a consistent rise since 2012.
It’s official! Croatian Infobip has completed the purchase of global VoIP provider Peerless Network, based in Chicago, for more than 200 million dollars.
The telecom giant has once again been recognized by umlaut and Opensignal for its 5G network.
Google developers are working on the new feature as we speak.
Mayor Tomislav Tomašević presented the app through which citizens and entrepreneurs can obtain information about the solar potential of their own roof, and the resulting savings and return on investment in case of installing a solar power plant on top of their premises.