• Generation Z Prefers Social Media

    Generation Z Prefers Social Media

    • 20 Oct 2017 8:59 AM

    Generation Z, persons who fall between the ages of 14-25, use social media one to two hours a day in Hungary, according to a survey conducted by opinion pollster Medián.

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  • Hungary’s First 5G Data Connection Presented

    Hungary’s First 5G Data Connection Presented

    • 20 Oct 2017 8:52 AM

    Ericsson and Magyar Telekom presented on Thursday the first 5th generation data connection in Hungary, reaching 22 Gbps downlink speed. The 5G connection was presented in Ericsson Magyarország’s Budapest research hub. The integrated radio technology of a 5G network enables 20 times faster downlink speeds than current mobile technologies, Ericsson Magyarország managing director Gábor Éry said.

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  • Hacktivity Conference, MOM Cultural Centre Budapest, 20 October

    Hacktivity Conference, MOM Cultural Centre Budapest, 20 October

    • 19 Oct 2017 9:00 AM

    Hacktivity Conference will be held for the fourteenth time in 2017. The conference traditionally brings together the official and alternative representatives of the information security profession with those who are interested in this field in an informal and informative and sometimes deeply technological way.

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  • 5G: Seven Out Of Ten Internet Users Keep An Open Mind In Hungary

    5G: Seven Out Of Ten Internet Users Keep An Open Mind In Hungary

    • 27 Sep 2017 8:56 AM

    The next few years will see the world go through some major changes as the era of 5G technology approaches. The question is: how will that affect us, users? Fifth generation mobile networks will open up new horizons, and intelligent traffic management systems, smart cities and telemedicine will undoubtedly make our lives easier.

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  • Hungarian Apple Fans Shocked Over New iPhone Prices

    Hungarian Apple Fans Shocked Over New iPhone Prices

    • 15 Sep 2017 8:54 AM

    US technology giant Apple unveiled its most expensive handsets ever this past Tuesday. While the basic iPhone X model costs a $999 and the more premium 256GB model retails at $1,149 in the United States, iPhone-buyers in most European countries, especially in Hungary, will have to pay significantly more for Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone.

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