Vodafone to buy CyTA Hellas

Vodafone said on Tuesday it had agreed to buy Athens-based CyTA Telecommunications Hellas SA for €118 million to expand its fixed line network in Greece. The purchase will add around 40,000 mobile [...]

Our laws surrounding title deeds reflect badly on the state

The government will have another try at solving the problem of the title deeds, said Interior Minister Constantinos Petrides. He did, however, acknowledge that this is a very complicated legal issue w [...]

Presidential candidates cross swords in TV debate

The big debate between the five main presidential candidates is now being aired by all major television. The two-hour debate,  hosted by state broadcaster CyBC, began at 9.05pm. Five journalists of [...]

Illicit streaming highlights cost of legal viewing for Cypriot consumers

WHEN hundreds of television sets in Cyprus went blank, people first wondered what it was that went wrong. Perhaps they checked their innocuous device that so cheaply allowed them to view hundreds of c [...]

Amazon’s automated grocery store of the future opens Monday

Amazon.com Inc will open its checkout-free grocery store to the public on Monday after more than a year of testing, the company said, moving forward on an experiment that could dramatically alter bri [...]

Cut internet cables slow down service

Some internet users in Cyprus were faced with slower internet on Friday after two underground cables were cut a day earlier. Providers were quick to move towards fixing the problem when the Alexander [...]

Applications for registration of new companies increase

The number of applications for the registration of new companies in Cyprus increased for the fourth consecutive year in 2017, according to the Department of the Registrar of Companies and Official Rec [...]

Bitcoin Watchers Are Blaming the Slump on the Moon(Video)

If regulatory concerns aren’t enough to explain Bitcoin’s 50 percent slump from its record high reached last month, how about blaming it on the moon? The Lunar New Year, which marks the first day [...]

Government trying to expedite title deeds problems’

The government is trying to expedite a bill hoping to resolve the “very important” title deeds issue, Interior Minister Constantinos Petrides said on Tuesday as he cautioned that it was a complex [...]

Tallest hotel in the world set to open in Dubai

The world’s tallest hotel is getting ready to open in Dubai, consisting of a whopping 75 floors and measuring 356 metres in height, as confirmed by the property to Time Out Dubai.   The Gevora [...]
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