They say that location, location, location is everything. Well, now a first-of-its-kind app lets users filter for their dream amenities and, by analysing a map of Warsaw, use 16 filters to find a place best suited to their needs.
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The free application is intended to help people addicted to substances such as alcohol, cigarettes, drugs and legal highs, as well as to compulsive behaviours such as uncontrolled overeating, playing computer games, using pornography or gambling.
The brainchild of convenience store chain Żabka and Kraków tech firm VeloxAlpha SA, the one-armed sausage server called Robbie can complete its task in three simple steps.
The companies were chosen to join the three-month-long programme, along with 12 other companies from Europe and Israel, that Google says are the ‘most promising European tech start-ups’.
Afghans evacuated from Kabul following the Taliban takeover make up the majority of applications for international protection in August, a spokesman for the Office for Foreigners (UdSC) has told PAP.
The addition of original games based on popular content will offer Netflix subscribers something that they aren’t receiving elsewhere and could be the key to continued growth of the service.
Belarusians have been responsible for most political asylum applications in Poland this year, according to the country's Office for Foreigners (UdSC).
With livestream online sales becoming the new norm, a Warsaw firm is looking to help both big and small businesses take their products directly to the customers’ virtual door.
The mobile app from Warsaw-based firm Immersion VR presents NASA’s ‘Perseverance’ rover mission and the surface of Mars in an interactive way.