European Commission has awarded the Spanish wireless telecom infrastructure and services company 4 works and 2 studies for the deployment of 5G infrastructure in cross-border corridors.
After the European Union passed a directive by which all electronic devices will have to use a universal charger, the official date when this directive comes into force has been determined.
The European Commission’s foreign aid department invested €387,000 to throw a party in the metaverse in an attempt to get young people interested in the European Union, but only five people showed up, Politico reported.
“The sky is no longer a limit when it comes to possibilities offered by super-fast, high-capacity connectivity,” Thierry Breton, Commissioner for the Internal Market, told European media.
The neighboring countries joined the initiative to ban the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles after 2035 – five years earlier than the previous plan – as part of efforts to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Regulation which aims to limit the dominant role of large online platforms, entered into force on November 1st, and will be enforced from 2 May 2023.
IE-Energy, a startup company based in Rijeka, received approval for a subsidy of 19.8 million euros for the project to build an electrical energy storage system at the grid level.
US-based financial and technological executives want Croatia to be the future Silicon Valley of Europe.
The Italian interference that hindered the reception of Croatian TV channels along the Adriatic coast for decades has been eliminated, ensuring the conditions for the unobstructed reception of existing Croatian radio and TV programs, further development of terrestrial television services, and free implementation of the 5G network in Croatia.
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.