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iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro’s Cinematic Mode Reviewed in a Music Video
All of the iPhone 13 models have a new Cinematic mode that’s essentially “portrait mode for video.” It’s a potentially cool feature but it needs work.
IMF confirms GDP growth, inflation forecast for Hungary
The Hungarian economy is expected to grow at the third fastest rate in the European Union this year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) confirmed in its revised regional grow...
How green politics are changing Europe
An ocean of conservative blue blankets the electoral map in Germany's southern state of Bavaria.
October 23 - Budapest Commemorations of 1956 Revolution
On the occasion of the Hungarian National Day on October 23, there will be numerous events across the country without restrictions, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
PMO Head: Gov't Committed to 'Protecting Utility Bill Cuts'
Hungary’s government opposes a tax Brussels wants to impose on home and car owners on the grounds of fighting climate change and is committed to protecting the achievements of i...
Share Now debuts long-term carsharing in Hungary
Carsharing service Share Now is the first provider to make long-term carsharing available in Hungary, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
How did Vespucci Partners open the doors for world-renowned startup Poliloop?
Júlia Sohajda, the co-founder of the Vespucci Partners venture capital fund, and Liz Madaras, the co-founder of Poliloop, were guests of the Hibrid Startupper radio show on Spir...
London has more statues of animals than it does of women and people of color, a new study says
London has more public sculptures of animals than it does of women or people of color, a new study has revealed.
2,361 new COVID cases registered in Hungary - BBJ
Some 2,361 new coronavirus cases were registered in Hungary yesterday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 841,277, according to data by koronavirus.gov.hu.
EU leaders lambast Poland over its challenge to union
The European Union is facing mounting pressure from its own lawmakers to withhold funds to Poland as an ongoing spat between Warsaw and Brussels intensifies.
Budapest seeking transfer of Biodome project to state
The city of Budapest has offered property rights of the Biodome, now under construction in the City Park, to the Hungarian state in return for the government completing the cont...
Moscow is going back into lockdown as Covid-19 deaths multiply in Russia
Moscow will impose a 10-day lockdown from next week in an effort to curb soaring Covid-19 cases, the city's mayor has said, as Russia endures its worst-ever phase of the pandemic.
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