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Ukraine’s booming IT sector is good news despite the war

Ukraine’s booming IT sector is good news despite the war

A plain Soviet-era office block squats on a residential street in the beautiful historic city of Lviv, Ukraine. The lobby is dimly lit and there is no seating, only a stern guard who points to the elevator to access local software engineering firm N-iX. The doors part and the offices are an orange and white ... Read More
 
Ukraine Is Silently Leading A Digital Currency Revolution

Ukraine Is Silently Leading A Digital Currency Revolution

There’s a witticism sometimes used among Ukrainians: “may you be forced to survive only on your official salary.” The quip is both a tongue-in-cheek nod to the endemic corruption that is a daily, often necessary, reality of life in Ukraine and also emblematic of a certain self-effacing, survivalist mentality constituent to the national character. In ... Read More
 
Ukrainian agricultural boom: Why it matters to Irish farmers

Ukrainian agricultural boom: Why it matters to Irish farmers

Ukraine has officially reported yet another record grain harvest for 2016, exceeding 66m tonnes in the process. Of this, wheat accounted for 26.8m tonnes, maize came in at 28m tonnes and the barley harvest amounted to 9.9m tonnes. Aside, 4.3m tonnes of soy bean were also harvested. Agriculture-related products are now the largest exports from Ukraine, accounting for €14.6 billion, or 42.5% ... Read More
 
Black Iron: Suspensions Lifted on the Shymanivske Project

Black Iron: Suspensions Lifted on the Shymanivske Project

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – March 22, 2017) – Black Iron Inc. (“Black Iron” or the “Company”) (TSX:BKI) is pleased to report that the Company has received written notice from the Dnepropetrvosk Ecology Department (the “Ecology Department”) that the suspensions on exploration activities imposed by the Ecology Department on the Company’s Shymanivske project in 2011 and 2012 have been lifted. Matt Simpson, Chief Executive ... Read More
 
Ukraine’s IT boom could speed up EU integration

Ukraine’s IT boom could speed up EU integration

Ukraine has a literacy rate of 99.7 percent, which is higher than most EU states June 2017 will mark the three-year anniversary of the association agreement between the European Union and Ukraine, and while the Eastern European state has taken major steps towards European integration, its progress has been slow. With the signing of the ... Read More
 
An end to overhearing annoying phone calls? This mask silences private conversations

An end to overhearing annoying phone calls? This mask silences private conversations

Abizarre black mask that blocks the sound of its wearer’s voice so nearby listeners can’t hear could be the latest way to protect your private phone calls – as well as silencing loudmouth colleagues. The Hushme, a device that fits around its user’s mouth and connects to a mobile for phone calls, claims to be able to ... Read More
 
LIMA 2017: Ukraine looks to boost presence in Thailand and Malaysian

LIMA 2017: Ukraine looks to boost presence in Thailand and Malaysian

Ukraine’s state-owned defence holding company Ukroboronprom is looking to boost its presence in the Malaysian and Thai defence markets through government-level commitments to support the growth of the two Southeast Asian country’s respective defence industries. Ukraine and Malaysia proposed a joint commission on military technical co-operation in late 2016, Pavlo Bukin, the CEO of Ukrspecexport ... Read More
 
Senstone Smart and Intelligent pendant that converts your voice into text

Senstone Smart and Intelligent pendant that converts your voice into text

Ukranian based programmers team came up with the idea to transform the user’s voice into notes. Senstone is a 21st century note taking device. The idea is basically a Kickstarter funded project of smart wearable device which makes it possible to convert user’s thoughts into text on the go. The idea is named as Senstone which ... Read More