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The number of Poles who use the internet everyday has almost doubled in ten years, according to a new survey.
Most Poles aged 18-29 use smartphones to do their online shopping while older people tend to rely on desktop computers and laptops, a survey has found.
Dominika Koszowska, a graphic designer and part-time photographer scooped first place in the annual World’s Top Mobile Photographer 2020 Competition run by One Eyeland, for her collection of stunning pics.
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Youngsters addicted to smartphones and computers are set to receive help from a pilot project designed to help them with their high-tech addiction, the Health Ministry announced.
The entries, all of them taken with mobile phones, cover a huge range of subjects.
Poland will on Thursday afternoon launch a mobile application for people under quarantine due to the coronavirus epidemic, President Andrzej Duda announced on Thursday.
Started in 2014 by Miron Mironiuk, 29, from Wrocław, clients include luxury brands L’Oreal, Gucci, Cartier, LVMH, Bulgari, Fendi and Mercedes-Benz.
The app allows people to follow the sheet music and see what it is like to be at the heart of an orchestra during a live classical concert.
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