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  • Latvia struggling with eSignatures

    Few Latvian ministers have advocated the idea of obligatory eSignature in order to emphasize the usage of ID card and various eServices that are available from public institutions.
  • Mobile phone spam from Madagascar

    During the 2-day period of 16th - 17th July thousands of Estonian mobiles received a call from a Madagascan number. Those who called back were charged at 1,63€ a minute.
  • Adobe to enhance SEO for Flash

    Confirmed by the latest press release from Adobe, the software giant aims to resolve the SEO issue for dynamic Flash sites and Rich Internet Applications in collaboration with search industry leaders, Google and Yahoo.

  • World record for the most digitally signed document

    Estonia set a new milestone in the history of digital signing when during the campaign 11 126 Estonians gave their digital signature for the record.
  • 3G iPhone pricing announced for Sweden

    Telia announced iPhone3G prices for Sweden. It will be available in all 84 Swedish Telia stores with 3 subscription options, iMini, iMidi and iMaxi.
  • Free M-internet for the summer

    Elisa has launched free M-internet campaign in Estonia by which all M-internet packages are free until the 1st September.
  • e-tickets in function at Tallinn Airport

    At TLL, in addition to open WiFi network available throughout the terminal, you can now also use the computers for free.
  • tail functionality in PHP

    PHP code snippet that makes it easier to display most recent entries in a heavy text file, e.g. Apache log.
  • Linxtelecom Estonia reports 52% increase in sales

    Linxtelecom Estonia, Estonian branch of Dutch Linx Telecommunications B.V., reports their turnover has grown to 4.4 million Euros in 2007. It's a 52% raise compared to 2006 concluding the year with approximately 160 000 Euros profit.

  • BoutiqueCaprice.com launched

    Fully content managed multilingual Flash website of Boutique Caprice, jewellery retail store in Tallinn, has been launched.

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