Warsaw is to receive Europe’s largest network of sensors for air-quality monitoring after a deal signed between the capital’s city hall and Kraków air-quality analysis company Airly.
The EU should take a stand against the spreading of disinformation about 5G networks and do more to increase public awareness on the issue, 15 countries, including Poland, have written in a letter to the European Commission (EC).
Although Mateusz Morawiecki made no mention of China by name it was clear he had the Asian super-power in his sights when he issued his warning in an opinion piece for the UK’s Daily Telegraph newspaper, published on Thursday.
Poland's Border Guard and Internal Security Agency (ABW) detained, on April 16, a Lebanese citizen suspected of terrorist activities, the spokesperson of the Minister-Special Services Coordinator, Stanisław Żaryn, said on Monday.
The companies said that a proof of concept project being tested since April last year had been a success and that it can now be rolled out internationally.
The government on Tuesday passed amendments to Poland's National Broadband Plan, which has been adjusted to meet the EC's new e-communication targets.
The Airly app monitors air pollution and can even predict when will be the best and worst times to be out and about.
At its launch, Golem managed to raise $8.6 million in investment in just 29 minutes as it wowed the market with its ‘computing power for rent’ idea.