This article was published on January 4, 2016

Tech news in Eastern Europe: December


Tech news in Eastern Europe: December
Andrii Degeler
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Andrii Degeler

Andrii is the Head of Media at TNW, with over a decade of experience in covering the European tech ecosystem. Talk to him about new and exci Andrii is the Head of Media at TNW, with over a decade of experience in covering the European tech ecosystem. Talk to him about new and exciting developments in tech, especially those involving vastly underreported industry niches and geographies.

Even though December is a traditionally slow month for tech news, it has brought quite a number of stories worth your attention from eastern Europe. Check out the most important headlines in our round-up and make sure you keep up with the pace of the region.

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Startups, VCs, accelerators

Funding deals and M&A

Government and policy

 

Bigger companies

In other news

  • Innoventure wants to help Polish scientists take their scientific breakthroughs to market.
  • Vilnius will host the Baltics’ largest bitcoin and blockchain conference in April.
  • Russia’s development of its Glonass global navigation system is nearing completion and it is now undergoing final tests at the Defense Ministry.
  • 20 tons of black market smartphones have been seized at the Pulkovo Airport in St Petersburg, Russia.

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